Mitsubishi Eclipse GT Review

Posted on 20. Jun, 2005 by .

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It's been a while since I've driven a car death. My mind casts back to the tail-happy 911 is, centrifugal Corvettes, terrifying TVR and burning Ferraris. These days, very few automakers build cars that tempt you in earnest, then explode, fall apart, turn around and / or throw in a solid object. I think I […]

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Jaguar XJR Review

Posted on 23. May, 2005 by .

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The Jaguar XJR is an iconic car. Do not wait. I mean, it is an ironic car: a car with a huge gap between expectation and reality. For example, features a leather-lined British luxury sedan class literally stink. The XJR smells like … nothing. They expect to treat the torchbearer for Jaguar Performance heritage corners […]

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GMC Sierra Review

Posted on 21. Apr, 2005 by .

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Enzo Ferrari used to sell its customers a motor and throw in the car for free. While Ferrari still retains the right to sell what they know who they want, without worrying about what others would want, are Maranello is crazy machines now at least as dynamic cohesion and ergonomic as your average John Deere […]

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Chrysler 300C SRT-8 Review

Posted on 08. Apr, 2005 by .

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I love HP. I love the feeling of his lingering feet, ready to explode in neck-snapping, stomach-churning, tire-shredding power. I love the sound of it: the blend of Fortissississimo roar and heavy metal madness. I love the power of it, the ability to "normal" machine look as if God grabbed her rear bumper and pulled […]

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Volvo XC90 V8 Review

Posted on 06. Apr, 2005 by .

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Porsche salesman Kirk Stingle calls it "top." It is these first few seconds of acceleration, if a vehicle tries to the motor, the stationary mass that surrounds it is made at the time, the road, Jack convince. A surprisingly large number of SUV-tip in as racing for pink. Not so the XC90 V8. With a […]

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Subaru Forester XS LL Bean Review

Posted on 15. Feb, 2005 by .

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Remained Subaru "willfully odd 'for eons. Japanese brand long-held construction tenets boxer engines, all-wheel-drive and eccentric styling have been taken over recently by the masses. Okay, so America's roads are not exactly in boxers engines flooded, but controversial styling is certainly as a resurgence, and we all know how the AWD cars / trucks, which […]

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Scion xA Review

Posted on 27. Jan, 2005 by .

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Sciontologists are scary people. Who else would repack a Toyota Echo and sell them to American 20-year olds? We look forward to a Japanese small car with all the edgy excitement speak of a five-year-old Readers' Digest (Large Print Edition). You could not imagine a cynical marketing ploy. Still props Toyota with the stones that […]

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Acura RL Review

Posted on 03. Jan, 2005 by .

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After a foot fresh snow fell on New England, I was ready to take the Acura RL for an action traction Thrash. Unfortunately, the RL is a keyless miracle. If you turn the ignition knob in the off position, it's not really off, it is in accessory mode. You must press the plastic do-hickey and […]

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Scion tC Review

Posted on 13. Dec, 2004 by .

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The Scion tC and I got off to a bad start, I had the audacity to take it shopping. Hey, it's a hatchback, is not it? Well most hatchbacks have cargo covered with a hinge on the front and stringy-things that tie it to the hatch cover. Open the door and the cover swings out […]

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Cadillac STS Review

Posted on 10. Dec, 2004 by .

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I like Cadillac. Them is the perfect American success story: a lack luxury car company through hard work, clever engineering and Gangbangers saved. Meanwhile, the brothers Mainline manufacturer is safe and the word is out: Cadillac is back, and it's bling. Know old white men in shiny shoes that the Escalade is all that is […]

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