Test Drive Reviews 

2014 Infiniti Q60S Convertible

There is a dismissive, snarky old saw about convertibles: “Chop the roof off any car and you improve it at least 50 percent.” Now, forgetting momentarily that a fair number of enclosed cars treated to such shenanigans will snap shut like a bear trap, there’s truth in the sentiment. Structural engineers will go apoplectic, but open-top cars like yesteryear’s British roadsters bring you closer to nature, closer to the road, closer to the Sports Car Truth that lay in top-down driving, when Nigel Shiftright and Blippy McThrottlage rowed their own…

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Exclusive: Hyundai potentially considering diesel option for new 2015 Genesis sedan

Hyundai has really stepped up their game within the last decade or so and it’s hard to deny their transition from a nobody to a somebody fairly quickly. The 2015 Hyundai Genesis is thorough proof of this transition and recently, the AutoNation editorial staff got a chance to sample the latest and greatest model at a recent media drive event. There, Hyundai’s own Senior Group Manager for Product Planning, Brandon Ramirez, presented the car in the flesh. And without a doubt, the Hyundai Genesis once again steps up its game to…

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Exclusive Deep Dive: The all-new 2015 Ford Mustang comes with plenty of changes, new rear suspension and four-cylinder

Just recently, the AutoNation staff got an exclusive look at the all-new and highly anticipated 2015 Ford Mustang, which was completely made over, marking 50 grand years of success with the legacy continuing on into its sixth generation. Because of the new model, you can expect some pretty big changes to the new original Pony Car, most notably are a more curvaceous and “worldly” body, the addition of a turbocharged four-banger—the first four-cylinder Mustang since the loathed “Fox Body” version from third-generation—and a fully independent rear suspension in place of…

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