All Car Reviews

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2023 Audi e-tron S line Premium

I drove out of the lot with a new vehicle. I have never had such a great experience at a car dealer before this. Staff was amazing and professional. Our transaction went so smooth. Thank you again!!!

Peter A. . Nov. 2022
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2023 Audi S8 4.0T quattro

To put it simply, if Audi retained the use of the previous A8 MMI infotainment system, the A8 would have received a higher score. The dual-screen system, though not impossible to figure out, is not intuitive and the screens can look dirty after a day use. It offers a lot of features, but the learning curve is steep. We do, however, like the standard digital instrument cluster.

Visibility and interior space are difficult to fault thanks to the large windows and thin roof pillars. As a result, this large car is relatively easy to park. There is plenty of space, especially for rear passengers. The optional four-seat setup offers the ability to slide the passenger seat forward for more rear legroom.

Chris Jordan . Nov. 2022
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2023 Audi Q8 55 Premium

Like any good luxury SUV, the Q8 provides comfort in spades. We love the front seats' wide range of adjustment and cushy armrests. The seat padding is firm yet comfortable. Heating and ventilation functions seem subtle but are effective over time. The Q8's suspension manages both compliance and body control very well. While this Audi isn't the cushiest of rides, it provides a sufficiently comfortable ride quality. At highway speeds, there's a marginal amount of road noise and slightly more wind noise around the windshield. Otherwise, all other ambient noise is nicely isolated.

Beatrice. T . Nov. 2022
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2023 BMW i4

I have owned the BMW i4 now for 2 weeks and it has not disappointed. The comfort level is outstanding and battery distance is unbelievable 300+ miles. It rides so nice and have receive multiple compliment on the choice of color, the San Remo Green. If anyone is contemplating an EV and wants something other than the same old Tesla I would highly recoutaki g a look at this beauty.

Noel Ward . Nov. 2022
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2022 BMW X5

Fitted with its optional air suspension, the X5 rides fairly smoothly, but harsher impacts and pavement seams can still be felt in the cabin. Sport mode is stiffer and transmits more of the road surface into the cabin, but thankfully the X5 isn't ever uncomfortably harsh. At highway speeds, road and wind noise is minimal.

The front seats are firm and supportive and have a broad range of adjustability to contour to different body types. Lumbar and upper bolsters are adjustable for cruising or sporty driving. The rear seats are softer and designed for long stints, but they're flat and don't have enough bolstering.

Frank. D . Nov. 2022
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2023 BMW 2 Series

Sporty. Handles like a dream. Base engine is enough power for us, spec say top speed is 130+. Donít doubt it. Point an shoot. Interior is beautiful and upscale. Well made. Voice recognition is unusually good and spot on.

Bit sporty over bumps. Good ride, but not cushy. Safety tech is wonderful and straight forward. As advertised. Other technology is good, but esoteric. Big learning curve. Need to read all the manuals and videos to feel comfortable with the infotainment, even for nerd types. Definitely not intuitive to the non-german mind. GPS map is crazy complicated graphic, too much detail. Hard to read at a glance. Not usable. Rather use Apple Car Play instead

Nancy. S . Nov. 2022
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2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Tested a Silverado crew cab in the High Country trim with the 5.3-liter V8 and four-wheel drive. Acceleration and braking are sufficient for daily driving or towing. Our test truck covered 60 mph in about 7 seconds from a standstill at our test track. An equivalent F-150 is a little quicker, but there's nothing wrong with the Silverado's power. Around town, the transmission shifts smoothly and makes the most of the engine's low-end torque.

Andrew Davies . Nov. 2022
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2023 Chevrolet Corvette

The Corvette is one of the more comfortable cars in its class. Our test car had the optional MagneRide adaptive suspension. We found that it offers excellent compliance over a variety of road surfaces and smooths out bumps that would likely upset other sports cars. Adding to the comfort is the relative lack of wind and engine noise, though tire noise can be prominent on rough road surfaces.

Natasha Simmons . Nov. 2022
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2023 Chevrolet Trailblazer

The Trailblazer has a comfortable ride for a small SUV, especially at highway speeds. The front seats feel a bit firm at first, but after a few hours they remain comfortable and supportive. Around town, you'll feel some jostling when driving on rough roads, but the Trailblazer never crashes into potholes or feels too stiff. On the highway, the Trailblazer exhibits excellent ride comfort.

Tim G. . Nov. 2022
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2022 Chevrolet Malibu

What the 2023 Chevy Malibu lacks in standard driver assists it makes up for with its roster of desirable infotainment features, including wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Plus, folks who want tech such as blind-spot monitoring or adaptive cruise control can add them

Phil Raymond . Nov. 2022
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2022 Ford Bronco

While far from a luxury vehicle, the Bronco is more comfortable on the road than an equivalent Jeep Wrangler, its most direct competitor. The Bronco's seats feature better support and enough adjustments to reduce fatigue on long freeway drives. A truck-based construction means the ride is a bit firmer and bouncier than in other SUVs, but not enough to make you want to drive it any less.

Luke . Nov. 2022
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2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E

Mach-E may be a wagon-like SUV, but it delivers the speed and agility you'd expect of anything wearing a Mustang badge.Ford tuned the handling dynamics to make even this all-wheel-drive SUV feel more like a rear-wheel-drive sport sedan. Around turns, it's playful and engaging. You'll feel a lot of body movement in transitions, but it's composed and stable.

Anton Raul . Nov. 2022
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2022 Ford Maverick

When it comes to comfort, the Maverick embraces more of the truck vibe than its rivals. Over broken or bumpy roads, it has a choppy ride quality that never seems to go away. The seats are firmly padded but supportive, and they hold up over long trips. But there are hard plastic door panels right next to your knees, and they're uncomfortable to brace against when navigating down curvy roads.

Donald R. . Nov. 2022
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2022 Ford Expedition MAX XLT 4WD

My wife and I were really impressed with the V6 engine's muscle. Any SUV this large can't really be this quick, can it? We tested an Expedition Platinum with 4WD, and it accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in 6.9 seconds. That's almost a second quicker than a comparable Chevy Tahoe. The Expedition is responsive and easy to drive when you aren't burying the accelerator into the ground too.

The brake pedal is slightly squishy when you first press on it, but ultimately it's pretty easy to come to smooth stops, which is the important part. The steering has a light effort and helps to make this Expedition feel a little less humongous.

While you won't likely be driving your Expedition with Secret Service-like urgency, there are some pretty admirable qualities here for such a large SUV. It's no Mercedes GLS, but this does not feel clumsy.

Greg and May . Nov. 2022
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2023 Land Rover Defender

The Defender travels down the road with the refinement you'd expect of a luxury-priced Land Rover. The interior remains quiet and relatively free from road vibrations even when riding on the optional 20-inch wheels and all-terrain tires. In terms of ride quality, our test vehicle was on the firm side when going over bumps and road imperfections, but it was likely the result of those larger, heavier wheels (18-inch wheels are standard).

Scott D. . Nov. 2022
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2023 Land Rover Discovery P300

The Discovery is comfortable overall. The first two rows of seats feature nicely shaped seats that hold up after hours of driving, even though they don't have much thigh support. The interior is impressively quiet, and the four-zone climate control system works well to heat or cool to your liking. One downside we noticed: The Discovery's standard air suspension can produce a mildly floaty ride at time

Michelle H. . Nov. 2022