Luxury cars

BMW X3, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review

BMW X3, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review 1Like other hilly Central California roads, the drive to Pacheco Pass is not drastically steep, nor is it very high at 1,300 feet of elevation. But the 14-mile stretch of state highway 152 in Santa Clara County is also challenging.

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Mercedes Benz E350 2006: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Mercedes Benz E350 2006: The Weekly Driver Car Review 2The first luxury car I drove was a 1973 Mercedes Benz 240 diesel. My parents bought the vehicle new in Germany, drove it around Europe on vacation and had it shipped to California.

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Cadillac SRX, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Cadillac SRX, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review 3The Sport Utility Vehicle market is seemingly reaching its saturation point. One national consumer automotive publication divides the market into compact, midsize, premium, large and premium large SUV categories. And there’s also the crossover category — SUVs with car-based platforms instead of truck-based platforms.

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Acura TL, 2005: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Acura TL, 2005: The Weekly Driver Car Review 7Drivers have more stress during the holidays, alcohol consumption increases and patience in busy traffic can quickly wane. A 200-mile round-trip, therefore, is a less-than-ideal way to spent part of Thanksgiving.

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Cadillac SRX, 2004: The Weekly Driver Car Review

2004srxThe naming of new cars must be a curious process. Animals are popular choices for various makes and models, and those selections often make sense But in recent years it seems manufacturers have one only criteria — the more obscure the name, the better. Volkswagen has its Touareg and Phaeton. Toyota has the Prius. Pontiac has the Vibe. Oldsmobile has the Alero.

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Audi A8, 2004: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Audi A8, 2004: The Weekly Driver Car Review 8Value is an integral purchasing factor for many car buyers, and it’s often a simple equation. If a consumer has $2,000, $20,000 or $200,000 to spend on a vehicle, what can they fairly expect get for their dollars?

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