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It’s a Dodge double feature packed with action and thrills. One thing’s for certain, it’s hard to resist the stars of the show.
There’s a trend in the industry to take small cars upscale, offering fancy stuff like leather seating, navigation and premium sound systems. Not Mazda2. At $16,400 nearly loaded this isn’t competition for Mercedes S Class.
Schooled in Italy. Enjoys sports. Does chores. Seen on TV. Sounds like a puffed up profile on Match.com. If you’re bringing home something with that description it might be wise to choose a Suzuki SX4 SportBack. For starters cars don’t lie about their age.
Over the years automakers have made hundreds of “special editions”. Pace car replicas, movie tie-ins, even cars with denim interiors. Now Honda has one for Beethoven. No, they haven’t brought back the Prelude, I speak of canine not composer.
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The Porsche 911 Turbo does speed very well, a sensation which we humans either love or fear. This machine should appeal to both personalities since it tames velocity completely.
The CTS coupe isn’t exactly the practical choice. Who cares? The blend of luxury, performance, concept car design and value is unbeatable.
First an apology. This website should have been up years ago. Subscribers to the Drive podcast deserve a better website experience than has been offered up in the past. Driven Car Reviews is my chance to right that wrong. Right now we’re in beta so keep that in mind.
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A bumper sticker spied on an old battered Land Rover Discovery sums up the brand- “Don’t follow me, you won’t make it”. Land Rover has always made rugged off-road vehicles that are designed to go anywhere in the world. Videos show these machines slogging through mud that should swallow them whole.
Really wringing one of these [...]