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2012 Lexus GS Review: If sport is the spice of luxury…

…then the redesigned Lexus GS is the recipe you are looking for. It saves you the bother of choosing among luxury, looks and a sporty drive. As we cross the milestone of our 100th post, we bring you the new line of Lexus: essentially designed for a sporty experience with a …

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2012 Mercedes C 350 Review: Live for today. Think for tomorrow.

Crossing over to the 300 hp club for the first time; sipping sparingly on the planet’s fossil fizz; and pinching the whole stock of those awesome features from its larger siblings; the C class almost steals the limelight from the E class – at least for this year. So much …

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Renault Koleos 2012 Review: A bundle of bonuses

As the Renault-Nissan alliance completes thirteen fruitful years, the Koleos 2012 proves to be a worthy offspring and a bundle of joy to those looking for an SUV with comfortable interiors, confident handling and one that can actually take the great outdoors in its stride even if not the outback. …

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2012 Volvo XC 60 T5 Review: Turbo Charged Comfort

One of a handful of torchbearers of Volvo in its transitional journey to a stylish, sporty image, the XC 60 shares many things besides innovative design with its sedan counterpart – the recently renewed S60 – like the awesomely powerful and even more fuel efficient 2.0L turbo engine. The Drive …

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Peugeot 5008 Review: Built for families. Loved by drivers.

Built on the same platform, the 3008 and 5008 present two entirely different options for the family, with the former tending to please young families or individuals with a penchant for change. While the 3008 scores much higher in looks and seating comfort, the 5008 is the practical ride that …

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Peugeot 3008 Review: A Crossover for the city

Peugeot 3008 and 5008: Double scoop for families Unlike 007 of British Intelligence, the 008 is a family man (and French), but not without his share of fun in life. Peugeot plays it out in dual role, with the 3008 and 5008. While the latter with its seven seats merely …

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2012 Chevrolet Camaro Review: The pure pleasure of power

In an era when muscle cars are adapting to the need of fitting in a family and graceful family sedans are masquerading as sporty sedans, there are very few samples of classic metal that grip their raison d’être just as fiercely as they claw on the tarmac. The Camaro belongs …

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2012 Ford Fiesta Review: A class above

With its level of refinement and ride quality, the Ford Fiesta could bid for the next category. But the penny-pinching subcompact segment would be left poorer for it.     I settled down, shifted, and settled down again in the refined cabin of the Fiesta – but the air of …

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Toyota Yaris 2012 Review: Safety scores over style

Celebrated as the miniature embodiment of Toyota’s legendary reliability and residual value, the Yaris has enjoyed walkovers when it comes to accolades. But at a time when compact cars compete to stack up their space with more, is it a hands-down victory?   Overheard between the Yaris and a reviewer… …

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Kia Rio 2012 Review: When first car demands a second thought

Every car in the compact segment seems to be obsessively attempting something or the other to stand out in design while, ideally, they should be focusing more on the extra inch they can spare and the extra mile they can reach. Kia has done an impressive job here with its …

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