Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Review

Posted on 30. Nov, 2004 by .

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Jeep latest ads make SUV buyers to believe that the new Grand Cherokee a pleasure to drive on the road. It is a stunning example of the "big lie" (people are more likely to be a massive deception as a bit of a think). If there is one thing that the heavily revised Grand Cherokee […]

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Bentley Continental GT Review

Posted on 20. Oct, 2004 by .

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Once upon a time, a car identity was buried deep in his DNA. In these days of multinational parts and cross-platform use, brands are born in a marketing message, then programmed on a computer chip. Even the most demanding car hack struggling to say where one ends and begins a Mercedes SLK Chrysler Crossfire. All […]

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Lincoln Navigator Review

Posted on 11. Aug, 2004 by .

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So we were. Barreling on the highway in a Lincoln Navigator The music on the DVD suddenly swelled and filled the cavernous SUV with orchestral thunder. The kids were watching The Pirates of the Caribbean, the bit where Captain Jack Sparrow in the harbor on a sinking boat. Although the scene is played for laughs, […]

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GMC Sierra SLE Hybrid Review

Posted on 13. Jul, 2004 by .

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I think the average pickup the buckboard ride and apple cart handling a constant source of wonder. If they can put a man on the moon, why can not they make the lunar rover, the suspension on a pickup truck? Yes, I know: if you want to carry heavy things, coil / leaf suspension is […]

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Chrysler 300c Review

Posted on 09. Jun, 2004 by .

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Now and then a car arrives, the convention is to the head. Cadillac CTS-V is a perfect example. Who would have thought that would be the foremost proponents of the floaty-drifty handling school can produce a sport sedan with sharper reflexes than a BMW 5-Series? The Chrysler 300C is another example. The last thing you […]

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Pontiac GTO Review

Posted on 23. Apr, 2004 by .

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Nostalgia is not what it once was. Once thought heritage brand loyal customers. "I'm a Chevy man" actually meant something. These days, Chevrolet sold a Korean compact Chevy with about as much DNA as the Manchurian Ring-necked Pheasant. Ford offers a retro-Thunderbird, its driving dynamics, ergonomics and style would have found few takers in 1955. […]

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Acura TL Review

Posted on 27. Feb, 2004 by .

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FWD sucks. Case in point: the Acura TL. Here's a perfectly good car ruined by the simple fact that the front wheels to steer while driving need. Give the TL a push feed accelerator, the engine a few turns to unleash a bit of torque and, well, it's all a bit too much for the […]

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Land Rover Range Rover Review

Posted on 11. Feb, 2004 by .

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Evolution is a strange thing. You start with a single cell animal, wait a few billion years and end up with Eminem. For the same reason, you start with a rough and ready off-roader, wait 34 years, and end up with a luxury car on stilts. Evolution is not a good thing or a bad […]

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Ferrari Enzo Review

Posted on 04. Jan, 2004 by .

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It features a Ferrari Enzo to be quick, a "slow supercar" is also an oxymoron as a "fast moped". They also expect that an Enzo his temper; Ferrari freely admits that are after delivery mechanical malfunctions is an integral part of the development process. But above all, you expect it to be beautiful. Think of […]

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Lotus Elise S2 Review

Posted on 10. Mar, 2002 by .

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Driving a go-kart is something of an acquired taste. They sit at a dinner tray, a few inches above the ground. You get a steering wheel, an engine, four tiny tires, suspension and rudimentary. . . that's it. At the rate the forces of acceleration, de-acceleration and lateral G unfiltered, and vicious. Nanny jailed for […]

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