For a long time now, Newsweek has been a vehicle of choice for people looking to buy a cheap car. I have been a fan of the magazine since it began, and not only did it give me great insight into what cars were worth and what dealerships had on their hands, but it also gave me great stories of people getting their dream cars at bargain prices. It was like getting the inside story on every car that rolled off the assembly line, or seeing a side by side comparison of comparable vehicles from different manufacturers. The magazine was also very consumerist in a way that it pushed all sorts of advertising in its pages, often times with coupons and discounts attached. That’s changed somewhat, but not enough to keep me as a fan.
There are some good things about the newer style of Newsweek publications. One of them is that they have actual professionals writing the feature stories. You no longer have the hackneyed "well, they look nice" kind of thing from olden days magazines. The writing has become more serious and informative in recent issues, and that can be a good thing. You still get a good dose of cars and car culture, but perhaps a little bit more of an editorial feel about it.
The other thing that has changed is the delivery method for the magazine. I used to get it in the mail every week, and while that worked fine for me it certainly wasn’t convenient for others. For example, I live in Pennsylvania so I have to drive several hours to go down to New York City to pick up the copy that I needed. That means that I have to make several trips, one each way, just to be able to read a magazine.
This means that I have other hobbies that I can do while my spare time is filled with the Newsweek version. One of my favorites is collecting older articles, which I have picked up from many of the supermarkets in my hometown. I particularly enjoy the vintage tractor magazine that Newsweek sent to my home when they came out with the new "Tractor" brand. The subscription cost is only a few dollars per month, but it gives me so much great information about the things that I use and collect.
In the past, I have also subscribe to Money Magazine, Ladies Home Delivery, Cricut, Cook’s Illustrated, and a few others. These gave me even more opportunities to share what I know about the world and how I like to spend my free time. Another advantage to having a subscription to these magazines is that the delivery is usually in the form of paperbacks or hardcovers. These are the best options for reading and preserving your magazine. They also come in handy when you need to present something fragile to a friend or family member.
If you are looking for a new magazine subscription, I would recommend that you check out Newsweek Fiat Auto Poland. It has been coming since 1960, so you know that it is a well respected publication. I especially like the monthly magazine because of the articles on automotive news that you get each and every issue. My favorite magazine is called "Car Magazine" and I get it delivered to my home through the United Kingdom.