There are more appealing, less prehistoric alternatives, but it’s a Lexus — which means it’s supremely well-built, easy to drive, easy to live with.
What we have here is the first McLaren hatchback. But don’t for one second think that this British-built projectile has gone soft on performance.
This is without doubt the most fun sportster I’ve driven in ages, delivering more smiles per mile, more giggles per gallon than anything out there costing under $50,000.
Cart owners are spending big bucks on customized color schemes, jacked-up suspension and fancy upholstery.
The nostrils at Mercedes-Benz created a unique fragrance to spritz the cabin of the GLS 600. Don’t worry: It’s not the aroma of bratwurst and sauerkraut.
When you go into Drive and haven’t quite closed your door, all you hear is a touch of percussion with a background sound of violins and violas — thanks to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
The first surprise? Maybe that this beauty pageant shoo-in is a Kia. Biggest surprise? The astonishing value for the money.
The Infiniti’s cabin design continues to draw potential buyers like a moth to a flame, though I still can’t look at the big QX with its evil-eye headlights and not see a Star Wars Stormtrooper.
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