Porsche 911 (RUF Kompressor) Review

Posted on 08. Jun, 2006 by .

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If you clear the Walther P22 in hand is no match for your opponent's Colt Python .357 Magnum … that's a bad thing. For the same reason, watch a bedside power of a force-fed AMG cruise missile or a look at the latest big-cube 'Vette, the fashion-conscious Porsche Phile the entire day to ruin no […]

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Lincoln LS V8 Sport Review

Posted on 24. May, 2006 by .

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Before these days of endless, shameless bling, V8 sedans sporting nature took their jobs seriously. Flat black chrome and wood trim sold by a whopping margin. Intrusive electronic nanny, TV screens, time-consuming and promiscuous style joysticks were notable by their absence. Q-ship owners reveled in her car, the ability to speak softly and carry a […]

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Mercury Grand Marquis Review

Posted on 06. May, 2006 by .

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The way forward. Bold Moves. Screw. If America wants a bold, innovative car, they will buy a Toyota. If something they honestly want affordable and comfortable, they will buy a Ford if they want an honest car with added spizzarkle, they will spend a little more for a Mercury. Now that's something to be there […]

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Porsche Boxster Review

Posted on 05. May, 2006 by .

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Last year, the Boxster S TTAC named Car of the Year. I thought the award ridiculous. A decade ago, under-equipped Porsche-lite outdo the best and brightest from the U.S., Italy, UK, Japan and the rest of Germany? It is argued, that the "S" in "SUV" means "Sport". With the possible exception of my false belief […]

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Cadillac Escalade Review

Posted on 19. Apr, 2006 by .

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The new Cadillac Escalade is a mission-critical machine. It is one of the few remaining General Motors products whose sales do not depend on Mexican big bribes and / or a Day-Glo "Closing Down, everything must go" sticker on the windshield. What is more, as a badge-engineered Chevrolet Tahoe, it is only slightly more expensive […]

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Saturn SKY Review

Posted on 13. Apr, 2006 by .

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Can GM, Master of the big iron, to build a real sports car? Not just something that was killing straights and handles like grim death to the Corvette that covered. Rather, a roadster that takes the curves with the eager playfulness of a puppy overwrought and agility of an All-Star point guard. Could the Saturn […]

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Jeep Liberty Renegade Review

Posted on 11. Apr, 2006 by .

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A certain Mr. E. Ferrari used to refer Jeep as "the only true American sports car." I never quite understood the Italian automaker claim until I gave the keys to my Cherokee SUV hating my girlfriend. Employed as my liver is processing bourbon, she entered the Jeep 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder to life. Carving through the […]

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Lamborghini Gallardo SE Review

Posted on 28. Mar, 2006 by .

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Testing a Gallardo SE in Miami is like sipping Chateau Lafite Rothschild in a public urinal. The little Lambo was born to destroy the rotating mountain roads surrounding Italian supercar valley or flirt with V3 on a derestricted German autobahn. Miami geometric roads and traffic choked highways offer no more than a half-mile winding driveway […]

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Chrysler PT Cruiser Review

Posted on 14. Mar, 2006 by .

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When Chrysler introduced its PT Cruiser in 2001, it was celebrated as a fun, versatile retro-mobile. The Toyota Matrix / Pontiac Vibe twins, Mazda 3 and Chevrolet HHR under (aka 'me-too Cruiser') them: While sales remained relatively robust, virtually every car manufacturer has introduced the cruiserweight class a new or revised little car. Even the […]

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Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Review

Posted on 03. Mar, 2006 by .

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The Range Rover Sport was just as Britain's Parliament banned fox hunting. Call it random chance. Hunt vibrating at the precise moment the UK Shotgun aristocrats lost their main motivation for each other over hill and dale, the Ford subsidiary plying on the road was more aggression. If these frustrated supporters of the British Blood […]

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