5. 2015 Mercedes Benz SL-Class

This model comes with a V-6, 3.0 L twin turbo and 7-speed automatic transmission. It is quite powerful – develops 329 horsepower at 5250 rpm. There are some other cool features, like ABS, electronic stability control, collision prevnetion assistance, plenty of airbags (including knee airbags for both the driver and passenger).  This car is not really a sports car, it is more like a luxury vehicle with some sports features. It is a good mixture of power and elegance.

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The 2016 McLaren 570S is the Most Attainable and Useable McLaren to date

McLaren’s first ever Sports Series Model for 2016 is already creating quite a stir amidst automobile lovers, thanks to its supreme-performance engine and impeccable design. Described as the ‘most attainable and usable McLaren to date’, by Donna Falconer, product manager for the Sports Series, the McLaren 570S encompasses all the qualities of a race car with slightly altered design and other specifications in order to accommodate the everyday driver.

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2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class SUV

This is the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class SUV, a renaming of the popular M-Class SUV that helped spark the luxury arms race in soft-road family haulers. While not a complete makeover, the updated GLE gets a new plug-in hybrid option, an improved interior and a more intelligent off-road system, for those rare times when only a Mercedes can get through the mud.

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Genuine OEM Car Parts vs Aftermarket Parts – Which To Go For?

If, like many others, you enjoy carrying out your own repairs and maintenance on your car; you’ll generally find you’re faced with two options when purchasing parts. You either make the decision to stick with genuine OEM parts or go for the, often slightly cheaper, aftermarket parts. Of course, this isn’t necessarily always an easy decision to make and, as such, we wanted to take a look at this in a little more depth to try and help make it a little easier for you. In order to do so, we’ve teamed up with leading Honda parts retailer, Cox Motor Parts.

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Hamilton is surprised by Ferrari’s speed

Lewis Hamilton was the first to admit that Ferrari’s speed that the Maranellos showcased during Friday’s practice took him a little bit by surprise.

Although the reigning champion managed to beat Kimi Raikonnen’s time by fourth tenths of a second, he had to acknowledge the progress that the Italian team made since the previous season. “The Ferraris look great, they really do. Surprising to see how close they are this weekend.” – said Hamilton when they asked for his input regarding the Finn’s pace.

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Toyota RAV4 releases a teaser for Auto Show at New York

Toyota has released a photograph of the brand new RAV4 which only shows its rear end but does not give away a lot of information about it. All that is left to do to know more about the car is to wait for the Auto Show in New York which is only a few days away (April 2).

The only thing that can be seen in the photograph is the tail light and an impressive one at that. Toyota is trying to pull in a lot more crossovers with this car and RAV has already proven itself to be a very strong mover.

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U.S.-Spec 2016 Ford Focus RS Revealed, Still Looks Nasty

When Ford pulled the drape off the Ford Focus RS earlier this year, it was clear the Blue Oval meant business. All-wheel drive? Check. 300-plus horsepower turbo four-cylinder? Check. Torque vectoring? Check. Although Ford insisted the new Focus RS would be a true “world car,” many of us secretly feared that the U.S.-spec Focus RS might lose a little gusto in translation. As it turns out, our worries were unfounded. Ford has confirmed that when the 2016 Focus RS hits stateside dealerships in the spring of 2016, its powertain, performance, and styling will be virtually unchanged from the car that debuted earlier overseas. As proof, the maker offered up these images of the U.S-spec car ahead of its official debut. Aside from the wheels and U.S.-spec lamps, it’s a near doppelgänger of its European cousin. We’ll have all the latest details and specs of the 2016 Ford Focus RS when it makes its American in-the-metal debut next week at the New York auto show.

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