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By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 16:43:37 PM. Big-bolstered sport seats are borrowed, not quite whole cloth, from the Q5’s optional chairs: Leather is white-stitched and of a higher grade, especially with optional nappa hide. “S” upgrades include a bulging, flat-bottomed steering wheel, gray-faced instruments, aluminum-insert pedals, and optional inlays of carbon fiber or Audi’s lovely, wafer-thin slices of aluminum sandwiched between wood.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 16:28:11 PM. For its third birthday, the Dodge Magnum gets a bit of cosmetic surgery, chiefly around the headlights, seeking to correct what Chrysler design chief Trevor Creed described as the Magnum‘s “wide-eyed look.” In addition to scowling new headlights, the ’08 Magnum also gets a new grille and the new interior.
By Mario Dresdner. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 14:24:38 PM. If looks alone don’t sell the Touring, perhaps the increase in cargo space will. BMW says some 19.4 cubic-feet of cargo space is available with the rear seats up, two more cubes than the outgoing model and approximately five more than the Gran Turismo. If you place the rear seatbacks in a more upright position (they recline more than 11 degrees), BMW says owners will gain an extra cubic foot of storage while still seating three passengers.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 13:46:09 PM. The Cayenne could hardly be called a knockout when it stepped onto the scene back in 2002. But in the time since, the SUV with the Porsche snout has become the automaker’s best-selling vehicle. Even if the Panamera remains the way we see it now, it may still have a chance for success in the same way.
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 10:53:24 AM. What is its mission?While the S60 R-Design performed admirably at the track, Volvo admits that it isn’t really a track car. For one thing, the brakes, which are unchanged from those on the regular S60, become quite soft as they heat up under hard braking. You’ll never mistake the S60 R-Design for a BMW M3, but then again, Volvo doesn’t expect you to. Instead, they liken it to a BMW 335i xDrive with the M sport package or an Audi S4, both of which are exceptionally capable cars but not necessarily track-day toys.
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