There’s simply no learning curve to driving the Conti GT; you just put your foot on the brake, slide the gear lever into Drive, and go.
All Fiat 500s should be cabriolets.
As a baby Benz convertible, the SLK is supposed to be posh, flashy, comfortable, and quick–a top-down, feel-good machine.
Even though everything about the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is brutal, except for the ride quality on MR trim cars with the Bilstein/Eibach combo, I pause each time I see one.
From the humble V-6 all the way up to the 200-mph Shelby GT500, the modern Mustang lineup delivers a rare blend of performance, fun, and affordability.
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A smaller Altima.
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The Altima V-6 certainly provides very eager throttle response and lots of power.
A high clutch engagement point, a wonky gear lever, and abrupt power delivery make the Hyundai Genesis coupe 2.0T a tricky car to drive smoothly.
The reason we wanted to test the 2012 Mini Countryman with an automatic transmission is our Four Seasons Countryman with a manual transmission didn’t win a lot of friends.
It’s amazing to us how far this model has come.
The GS F Sport feels like a serious sport sedan. All the Jello has been squeezed out of the suspension and steering, leaving an athlete that responds instantly to your inputs.
The SLK is relatively big and heavy, which is exactly what we’d expect from a Mercedes.
Wow, what a difference a roof can make. The GT500 coupe felt a little skittish during our huge comparison test with the ZL1 in June.
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The 2013 Taurus SHO feels tighter and lighter on its feet.
The 2013 Acura RDX is a bit of an anomaly.
The Focus is one of our favorites.