Highway Hatchback – Maruti Suzuki Baleno

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The spankin’ new Maruti Suzuki Baleno looks like it’s ticking all the right boxes. To answer a question  you’re probably thinking… No, this Baleno has nothing to do with the trusty sedan we got used to in the late ’90s. We’re not quite sure why they decided to christen a completely different car with the same … [Read more…]

The Most Sold Car in the US in 2014

Vehicle Highlights Max Seating Capacity 3 (Regular Cab) 6 (SuperCab, SuperCrew) Drive Type 4×2 4×4 Horsepower 302 @ 6500 rpm (3.7L V6) 360 @ 5500 rpm (5.0L V8) 411 @ 5500 rpm (6.2L V8)* 365 @ 5000 rpm (3.5L EcoBoost®) Torque 278 @ 4000 rpm (3.7L V6) 380 @ 4250 rpm (5.0L V8) 434 @ … [Read more…]

Porsche Boxster Spyder 2015

Porsche is celebrating the start of the 2015 convertible season with the World premiere of the new Boxster Spyder, a purist sports car making its debut at the New York International Auto Show.

The $3.4 Million Lycan Hypersport Car

The Lycan Hypersport is a beast of a car. Below you can see the specs. ENGINE Boxer Type, 228.6 in3, 3746 cc Flat 6 Twin Turbocharger with Independent Intercooler Mid-Rear mounted engine Rear Wheel Drive Fully Catalyzed, stainless steel exhaust system with active bypass valves Max Power 552KW (770hp) at 7100 rpm Max Torque 960Nm … [Read more…]

2015 Honda CR-V spotted testing

The facelifted Honda CR-V has been spotted testing months out from its official reveal. Drive photographers spotted the diminutive SUV undergoing hot weather testing in the US. As the photographs show, the mid-cycle refresh of the fourth-generation model will be headlined by cosmetic updates to the front fascia, including as revised headlights, grille and a … [Read more…]

2015 Ferrari California T

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Pragmatism gets a bad rap, seen as a cop-out in the face of adversity to one’s dogma, a submission. I tend to see it more as an acceptance of often uncomfortable facts and the willingness to make the best of things.

Audi v BMW v Mercedes-Benz

Hands up those of you who spent their childhood in the back of a good old-fashioned family wagon? There’ll be plenty, I’ll bet, although most will have a birth date settling comfortably in the meat of the 20th century. Things are likely to be different for this generation of back-seat riders. Years from now they’ll … [Read more…]