The first ever 4-door coupe to hit the market back in 2004. Mercedes-Benz shows off the completely redone 2019 CLS450 at the 2017 LA Auto Show. While the design may not appeal to everyone, the new twin-turbo straight 6-cylinder engine under the hood, represents a return to its roots for Mercedes. We can’t wait to drive this potent new engine and hope the looks will eventually grow on us.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
With a large crossover absent from the Subaru lineup, the 2019 Ascent looks to fill that void with the largest and most capable SUV the company has ever produced. A new 2.4L turbocharged boxer engine allows the Ascent to tow up to 5,000 and carry up to 8 people. It should be a huge hit for Subaru when it goes in sale in the spring of 2018.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Although already the best-selling luxury vehicle in the US, Lexus dealers and consumers have constantly begged Lexus to introduce a 3-row version of the RX crossover. For 2018, it finally arrives in Dec, with 4.3″ of additional length and a $4,000 premium over the standard RX. It should be able to steal some sales from the very popular Acura MDX.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
The latest F90 M5 is finally here, with an even 600 horsepower and AWD grip, this new one looks to reclaim its title as the benchmark midsize performance luxury sedan. With strong competition from Mercedes-AMG, BMW needs to bring their A-game with the 2018 M5.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
With more muscle under the hood in the form of a 2.5 turbo engine from the 3-row CX-9, the 2018 Mazda6 looks to challenge new rivals from Honda and Toyota. A redone interior with more features and premium materials further bring the latest Mazda6 into a premium class. It should put up a good fight against the latest Accord and Camry.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
With handsome styling, powerful turbo engines, and tempting lease deals, the refreshed 2018 Infiniti Q50 certainly has a lot to offer buyers looking for a compact, entry-level sport sedan. Go for the RS 400 model and you’ll be treated to a truly potent 400 horsepower 3.0L twin-turbo V6. Too bad the interior tech reminds you too much of a Nissan and the sluggish 7AT lags behind the excellent 8,9, 10, and DCT transmissions in competing vehicles.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!