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The Mercedes-Benz B-Class B 180 CDI Edition 1 – Practical And Affordable
Among the smaller Mercedes cars you can buy, the A-Class hatchback gets all the press, being the heralder of what is becoming the German auto maker’s new ouvre. Comparatively speaking, it’s more conventional-looking twin, the B-Class gets no love at all. Sure, you do see them occasionally on the roads, but far less than the A, and quite understandably.
The Mercedes-Benz C400 4Matic – At The Expense Of Dynamic Charm (Part 2)
That old seven-speed auto isn’t particularly smooth either, but rough shifts are, at least, a Mercedes trademark. You can eliminate them by driving sedately—easy to do, as the C doesn’t encourage tomfoolery.
The Mercedes-Benz C400 4Matic – At The Expense Of Dynamic Charm (Part 1)
Mercedes introduced the baby Benz 30 years ago. The 190E was the first-ever tiny luxury car, and Stuttgart needed it to be taken seriously. To accomplish that, the subcompact was designed as a shrunken S-class in stature but not in substance.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG – Taller By Inches, Better By A Yard
The GLA45 doesn’t seem that fast. When you look down on the road from your slightly elevated perch, braced by a deep Recaro seat, you don’t ever feel like you’re pushing your luck. It takes a second glance at the speedometer to realize that Mercedes-Benz’s new compact hatchback is going to win a lot of friends in law enforcement.
2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith as One of Luxurious Car
The 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith is an extreme luxury vehicle that is available in coupe, sedan, and drop-head coupe (convertible) forms and it has been considered to be the real contender of the all new Bentley Mulsanne.
2014 Porsche 918 Review and Price
The 2014 Porsche 918 has been built with more unique and utterly unmistakable appearance as compared to its predecessor and competitors. This good-looking vehicle will look more powerful but not bulky and it looks muscular, elegant and highly athletic.
2014 Jeep Wrangler Test Drive
After being the top-selling pickup in Australian market, the 2014 Jeep Wrangler continues its invasion to the segment of large pickup lineup. Until now, there are more than 14 million trucks have been sold around the world, and about 700.000 units have come to Australian market.
2014 Mazda 3 Unveiled at Xbox Event
In order to celebrate the ten years anniversary of the Mazda 3 series, the company has unveiled the 2014 Mazda 3 at the Xbox Live event. Mazda announces that this event will be the very first in the world to put on air a live car introduction and concert internationally through Xbox consoles.
2013 Audi Allroad Review and Price
The German car manufacturer, Audi, has made significant changes to the second generation of 2013 Audi Allroad. Rumor has it, the new Allroad will be available to purchase in early 2014 and it may make its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show Auto Exchange in September 2013.
The Honda Jazz RS CVT – New Jazz Standard
Given how people regard light cars as conveyance rather than products that will bring them enjoyment, it's gratifying to find the occasional offering that thrills.
The Hyundai Eon 1.0 – Offer The Best In Class Quality
If you think this is one of those steal-a-car’s-engine-and-plonk-it-in-another-car job, you’re highly mistaken. Hyundai has not lifted the Santro’s mill and tossed it into the Eon’s engine bay to get it into the litre-class category. It’s made a new unit specifically for this tiny tot.
The Jaguar F-Type V6 S – A Thing Of Beauty
Our long-term Jaguar F-type arrived 50 weeks ago with a shade under 5,000 miles already under its wheels, in V6 S flavour and in dark blue with a tan interior.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT – The Big Boss
Topping off the Jeep range is the ornery, hairy-chested Grand Cherokee SRT (formerly SRT8) packing a 6.4-litre Hemi. Yeehaw. Costing what seems a not unreasonable $109,990, given the cost of high performance Euro rivals, it is packed to the gills with luxury, safety and performance gear.
The Lotus Exige V6 Cup R – A Pure Racing Car
The Exige V6 Cup R is the full race version of the Exige V6 Cup road car. The most obvious difference between them is the R's higher-downforce aero package, but there are countless detail changes that make it fit for racing.
Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Review
Regarded by many as the very best of the impact-bumper 911s, the Carrera 3.2 is a great all-rounder. One drive and you’ll soon see why!
Renault Clio RS Cup Versus Ford Fiesta ST – Ready To Race (Part 2)
However, it is noisier in the Fiesta ST cabin, a 76.3dB average being 1.6 units higher than for the RS. And that's probably due to less soundproofing and Potenza rubber. The RS is on similarly sized Dunlop Sportmaxx tyres.
Renault Clio RS Cup Versus Ford Fiesta ST – Ready To Race (Part 1)
Renault re-launched (again) recently in New Zealand and it will soon add the Clio RS to the local range. We got a preview drive of the new bottle rocket, and brought a Fiesta ST along to see how the RS fares against the class leader
The BMW 435i Gran Coupe – With More Four
BMW has lobbed another model into its expanding local line-up, the 4 Series Gran Coupe bringing the total of 3 Series based offerings to six. Catching more sales requires many hooks, and BMW is casting out the long line.
The BMW X4 XDrive30d M Sport - Effectively A Smaller Version Of BMW X6
BMW considers the X4 a tried and tested formula. And a profitable one. It’s primed to snare one in four buyers of the X3, a proportion based on the success of the X6, its progenitor.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 6)
A couple more hairpins sit exposed in what looks like a vast wild meadow before the road scores a long line into the landscape and allows a sustained blast through the gears as you continue to climb. Spectacular though it is, the best is yet to come.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 5)
It's still raining when we set off again the following morning. This is annoying because in some ways, yesterday was just the warm-up act for today. What we're heading for this morning is a road called the Transalpina. Originally it was a Roman route through the mountains, but in the 1930s the Transalpina in its current form was laid down by King Carol II and it's still known today as The King's Road.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 4)
As evening approaches, the tourist traffic thins and my final drive down as the sun flares over the ridge line to the west is wonderful. The V8 F-type is definitely a little softer and a little heavier than the V6 so it doesn't have quite the sharpness on the way into corners and the front tyres need coaxing a little more, but it counterpunches down the straights and then some.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 3)
Gradually, like a small red ant, we skirt the edge of a huge natural amphitheatre, climbing all the time so chat we can then look back down on where we've just come from. The road is remarkably wide and you can see a long way ahead, so it's relatively easy to have a play on the corners.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 2)
Mixed in with the motorised stuff was the occasional skinny horse and ramshackle cart. To be honest, this was something of a shock. Romania has been a full member of the EU since 2007 and sections of the population are as wealthy and modernised as this would suggest, but they are living cheek-by-jowl with many who appear to be subsisting at a level that is borderline third-world.
The Jaguar F-Type V8 S – Second Best (Part 1)
The road, the Transfagarasan pass, did look incredible and I remember being really quite annoyed that some clever BBC researcher had found it first – largely because it meant we couldn’t go there without looking like simpering copycats. Damn and blast.
1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe Review
In the mid-1970s, and the launch of the new ‘impact bumper' models, it took Porsche a while to bring some semblance of order to its product line, with a few lacklustre models muddying the waters. But the arrival of the 3.0-litre 911SC in the 1978 model line-up changed all that.
1998 Porsche 911 Carrera (996) Review
Arguably the most convincing ‘starter' Porsche among those showcased here is the 986-model Boxster. The simple truth is, though, that for many newcomers - and old hands, too - it is only the iconic rear-engined 911 that will ever hit the spot.
Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Versus Volvo V40 Cross Country D4 – Hoisted Hatches (Part 2)
The GLA 200 brings with it an enhanced 2.2-litre turbodiesel, revised for efficiency chiefly with work done to ease friction and it gains fourth generation common rail technology with higher pressure solenoid valve injectors.
Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Versus Volvo V40 Cross Country D4 – Hoisted Hatches (Part 1)
When will the proliferation of the SUV sector end or will it just keep growing, like some virus, eventually consuming all the traditional segment players? Seems everyone is in on the act of SUV-ing things: VW is soon to release a jacked-up version of the Beetle, while Toyota looks to be working on a high-rise Corolla too.
Mopar Muscle – Getting Juiced (Part 2)
The first thing we needed to do for the install at Razor’s Edge was get access to the factory windshield washer bottle. By removing the passenger-side inner fender, we were able to easily remove the bottle.
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