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The Lexus SC 400 was ahead of time when it entered the stage back in 1991. It was flawless and offered owners interior prestige and comforting opulence alike. The sports coupe’s futuristic styling comingled Japanese craftsmanship into a package Lexus owners would continuously come to expect. However, if there had been an SC F variant then wagers would have increased tenfold since the combination of attraction, luxury and performance in today’s auto market is what separates the norm from the pursuit of pure perfection.
When the all-new Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk first came out, people were immediately attracted or quickly repelled thanks to its exterior styling. Jeep defended the look by pointing out, it is what’s inside that matters. After driving it around for a week, we can’t help but agree.
Earlier this year, Ford unveiled the 2015 Mustang, with retro sheet metal and styling cues that were inspired from the first generation fastback model. Ford maintains that despite the similar looks, major revisions to everything under the curvy body mean that the new Mustang can be considered an all-new car. Inside, the retro-inspired look continues […]
We tested the 2015 Acura RLX Advance and at $61,345 as equipped, it includes a lot of equipment that included the Tech, Krell Audio and Advance packages (all rolled up into the Advance model). Since the RLX is the flagship sedan in Acura’s lineup, we had high expectations and were not disappointed. Its refined ride and handling, and a roomy, smart-looking interior sets the RLX on a level that surpasses the old Acura RL it replaced.
Middleburg, Virginia is only an hour’s drive outside of metropolitan Washington, D.C., but it is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of our nation’s fair capital. Instead of crowded city streets where cabs, buses and bicycles vie for space between tall buildings, there are two-lane country roads meandering their way around horse farms […]
The 2014 Volvo XC60 is a mid-size crossover/SUV that has distinguished styling, an extensive list of safety equipment, and all-weather capability. Handsome and chiseled from almost any angle, the XC60 defies the stodgy look of its Swedish wagon brethren and carries a certain savoir faire attitude. The interior is distinctly Scandinavian — with its floating center stack, dial-operated console, and supportive leather seats that are comfortable for hours — it has a look and feel that can match up to the best European cabins on the road today.