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.
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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.
Honda began selling the Civic in 1973 with the ad slogan “It will get you where you’re going”. The 2012 Civic Si Coupe will do the same thing, only much more rapidly.
Scion has done “sporty” cars before, now they do a true sports car. Toyota might not be known for their performance chops, but the 2013 FR-S has the potential to become an instant classic.
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?
If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, nearly every auto manufacturer on the planet has been sending BMW love letters for the past 37 years in the form of cars that slavishly copy the design cues of the 3. And now there’s an all new one.
For 2012 Hyundai has given Genesis a new transmission, a big boost in horsepower and some cosmetic tweaks. Still, no logo on the nose.
Buyers who end up with this high-end sedan will get something that’s been in limited supply from Lexus- fun.
Just another reason why Audi is white hot these days.
Infiniti M37 S delivers the performance, handling, luxury and technology needed to play in this market. The only thing missing are enlightened buyers.
Like your transportation beige, bland and boring? Move along then. Hyundai Veloster is not your ride.