Getting to know Regular Car Reviews




Love them or hate them, you’ve heard their jokes. Regular Car Reviews burst onto the car culture scene in 2013 with their review of the NA Miata, and since then …

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  1. I absolutely love RCR and all his weird dirty jokes and rants about car culture. I just wish I was more of a geek so I could understand the various references to 90s pop culture he makes in almost every video.
    Also, now I have a bad habit of commenting on cars in RCR in public. That's gonna get me beat up some day

  2. Although I've seen "Mr.Regular" and "Roman" in previous Vagabond Falcon vids, in this professionally shot, well lit vid they both look way more attractive that I would've (or previously) thought.

    No homo.

  3. Most excellent.

    Mr. Regular, if you're ever in York and you want to review a really tired 2004 Sentra or a 2008 Outback that has cost me over 8000 dollars to keep on the road after its warranty ran out…….I'm your guy.

  4. Oddly enough, I found RCR to be very enjoyable and far from off-putting. Among the shit-jokes and masturbating grannies, no one else describes a car's historical context to the level he does. Both this and the detailed run down of every vehicle's quirks is something I have not found in any other automotive channel. I'm glad he took a risk, because sometimes you strike gold.

    Keep being weird, Mr. Regular.

  5. There's a "American Dream", kevin spacey vibe to this video. Its also interesting to see the face with the voice, like looking up Comic-Con videos of your favorite character.

  6. The most beautiful part of modern e-communications, particularly YouTube, is that you can be yourself and build a community without the restraints of geography.  When I was a tad and, like you, did not exactly fit the confining mold of suburban rectitude, the choice was simple: hie oneself off to a large city, or rot in place.  Now you can create the world you want, with legions of enthusiastic fans and sponsors, without giving up the comfort of Redner's at 11:45PM or the Lebanon bologna drop at New Year's Eve.

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