In the song “Against the Wind”, Bob Seger writes about maturing with the lines “deadlines and commitments, what to leave in, what to leave out”. That apples to the front-wheel drive version of Acura’s third-generation MDX.
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Chrysler’s 300 is a double-breasted suit in a world full of safe navy blue blazers. All-wheel drive gives it the traction to appeal to a whole new generation of corporate climbers.
Since it debuted in 2001, the seven–passenger MDX has often been Acura’s best selling vehicle. Now it’s all new. Lighter, faster, stronger, safer, handier, and more efficient, the 2014 model should keep that momentum going.
The new Kia Cadenza can by optioned up to the tune of nearly 42 grand. You can bet they’re not going to use dancing hamsters to sell it.
With serious scoot and the ability to change personality with the push of a button, the M5 is a car only BMW could make.
What do you call a Jeep Grand Cherokee that goes 160 miles-per-hour? Fun.
Chevy gives no hints on the outside of the new Malibu to what’s lurking under the hood. Too bad. You’ll want everyone to know you bought the right Malibu.
Accord is new for 2013. But is it really and truly back?
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.
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…
It’s easy to bolt on a few pieces to make a car look fast. The Chevy Camaro ZL1 takes the authentic path with good old fashioned excessive power. 580 tire shedding horsepower makes it hard to avoid a speeding ticket.
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?