Think Cadillac can’t compete with the world’s best sport sedans? Then you’re not paying attention. The 2013 ATS is a strong competitor in the performance world. Believe it.
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The fourth-generation Avalon gets something it’s never had before- style.
XTS is the largest sedan Cadillac makes so many assume it’s positioned against flagships like the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S Class, and Lexus LS. Hmmm…
With performance, handling, good looks, and a great view of the sky, 2013 Porsche Boxter is pretty hard to resist. I say we all go out and buy lottery tickets. Think of me if you win…
Introduced in 1999, the Audi allroad was a cult favorite that had a six year run. Now it’s back, but not without significant changes.
The S60 sedan has been a breakout car for Volvo. Only trouble is, getting all-wheel drive meant buying the more expensive T6 model. Not anymore. The 2013 T5 can be had for significantly less. Is it still a desirable car?
Starting at 106K it’s clear the 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL550 is an expensive car. But just because you can’t afford one doesn’t mean it’s not a good value.
Infiniti has never had a seven passenger crossover before. The tech packed JX35 gives them a swoopy entry into the market. Can it compete with Acura MDX, Audi Q7, and BMW X5?
For years the Lexus ES sedan has been a car with soft lines and an even softer ride quality. Owners told Lexus to man it up a little. The sixth generation does just that and adds a hybrid version for good measure.
In the time it takes to change the engine oil, Volvo can make your car more fun. Who doesn’t want more horsepower and torque? Best of all, the fuel economy and factory warranty stay intact. Skoal!
Are you sure the crossover you want can handle your demands? The members of NWAPA have done your homework for you. Mudfest 2012 brings over two dozen SUVs and journalists together for two soggy days to pick the best rigs in a number of different categories. If nothing else, you’ll learn your vehicle may be more capable than you thought.
Car geeks loved the original RDX. Mainstream buyers just didn’t get it and headed off to buy more Lexus RX350s. Generation two proves Acura has been paying attention. The only question is, does it have enough tech to keep luxury car buyers happy?