Does your heart get fast and furious with the smell of NOS? Do your palms get sweaty with the thought of lifted Jeep rock-crawling? Perhaps you are the refined type and prefer the luxury of a smooth ride in a new 2007 Lincoln Town Car.

No matter which group of these you might fall into, you can sleep easy knowing you are not the only one. People love their cars and trucks. Luckily for us that do, there is no shortage on TV shows, websites, and cheap magazines dedicated to the subject.

Yes, I did say magazines, as in print magazines. Print isn’t quite dead yet and automotive magazines are still very popular. Bookstores often stock complete racks with a diversity of different magazines all with different special themes.

According to research the top five selling automotive magazines by subscription are:

  • Car and Driver – This magazine is for automobile enthusiasts interested in domestic and imported autos. Each issue contains road tests and features on performance, sports, international coverage of road race, stock and championship car events, technical reports, personalities and products. Road tests are conducted with electronic equipment by engineers and journalists and the results are an important part of the magazine’s review section.

  • Road & Track – This magazine is written for automotive enthusiasts and emphasizes cars and driving blended with wide-ranging feature stories, entertainment and event coverage. Its road tests run the gamut of domestic and imported sports cars and sports sedans. Additionally, it features technical articles on automotive subjects, nostalgic feature articles, humor and fiction and analysis of industry trends along with travel stories, book reviews and coverage of international racing events.

  • Motor Trend – Motor Trend magazine is an automotive publication devoted to domestic and foreign cars with an emphasis on performance, comparison tests, interviews, race coverage, new car previews and technical features, together with articles on the issues affecting the automobile in society.
  • Autoweek – For the car and truck enthusiast who just can’t wait to learn the latest auto news. This magazine features stories on the newest models, product test evaluations, industry trends, and car racing reports. It also includes spotlight stories on interesting people in the auto industry. The magazine also includes a large classified section selling cars and parts.
  • Hot Rod – This magazine is oriented to high performance and personalized cars and the sport of hot-rodding. It covers performance news, trends, technologies and auto events. It showcases a variety of different cars from custom built street machines to restored muscle cars. In addition, articles provide insight into the human side of the sport.
  • Looking at this list, you can see the diversity in the subject matter just on cars alone. No matter what your choice of ride is, a lifted pickup to an old Pontiac GTO, you can find a magazine covering it. Magsforless offers an assorted choice of magazine subscriptions to pick from.

    By airsoft