posted by Adi Desai
Proof that luxury does not need to be compromised for efficiency
The A7 offers S-Class levels of comfort and smoothness, with fuel efficiency numbers quite similar to my dearly-departed Mini Cooper.
Easily the biggest 4-door surprise driven to date
The music coming out of the new RS7 swayed me though, and it started almost immediately after I pushed the “Engine Start/Stop” button located in close proximity to the shifter.
The proof is in the pudding
The BMW i3 is an electric vehicle that legitimately blew me away.
A look from the LA Auto Show
Subaru generously invited me to the Los Angeles Auto Show this year, where they unveiled two groundbreaking vehicles.
The two-door 3-series has grown up
With the 2-series just around the corner, the 435i isn’t intended to be BMW’s entry-level coupe; and an entry-level coupe it most certainly is not.
Is it really a #GameChanger?
Styled similarly to the Mazda6, the 3 stands out in a crowd. The lines are sleek and flow beautifully.
I knew the ST would be fun, but I had no idea that I would have this stupid grin on my face every single time I drove it.
“Entry-Level” is a subjective term
When purchasing or leasing a new car, the engine and driving dynamics are my main priorities.
The best of the best
The S4 is quite possibly the best everyday car money can buy right now.
A full week with one of my favourites
Misconception number one: The Q50 is just a rebadged G37. This one could not be more incorrect.
Catera no more
The CTS has moved slightly upmarket and has focused on the BMW 5-series as the main target competitor.
On to the next one…
The day Land Rover unveiled the all-new 2014 Range Rover Sport HSE, it instantly became the best-looking SUV on the market in my eyes.
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