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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Cadillac ATS Coupe

"Deriving itself from one of the most iconic American luxury car brands, the Cadillac ATS Coupe has plenty of sex appeal and class."



Without a doubt, the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe is unlike any other car I've driven.  Deriving itself from one of the most iconic American luxury car brands, the Cadillac ATS Coupe has plenty of sex appeal and class.  To say that it was love at first would be an understatement.  I, for one, have a slightly twisted infatuation with a structured vehicle with sculpted angles that make a car look incredibly seamless.  Aside from its athletic body, the performance serves up pure gratification.  I am particularly a massive fan of cars that have some pick-up, believe it or not, and cutting corners with the Cadillac ATS Coupe is every driver's thrill.  Let's just say I like my cars how I like my men - agile, sexy and quick on their feet.

In today's digital world, instantenous fulfillment is ideal, and this two-door beauty absolutely offers that.  From its keyless access, push-button start and high-tech interior, it makes the driving experience harmonious.  Essentially, the vehicle operates as an iPad, with a touch-screen cue and On-Star capabilities.  It serves as a Siri operated car, with sensing technology that vigilantly monitors the vehicle's surroundings to ensure safety for the duration of the driving experience.  

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For more detailed specs, visit www.cadillac.com.







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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport


Over the past week, I've been having an affair with the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV.  This octane blue beauty packed more punch than expected, with a streamlined chic look and substance.  Its sleek frame gave the SUV automobile a sexy and modern appeal without sacrificing comfort or safety.  Stepping inside the 5-passenger vehicle, the interior is minimal with a focus on the driving experience.  Exhibit A: start the vehicle at the touch of a button, fast-key entry system, heated front seats, automatic climate control, a rear view camera, and Bluetooth®3 2.0 and USB ports for easy access to your tunes.  All of this luxurious convenience, if you will, was important for me since I don't like to fuss with anything once I hop in a car (and I have a three-year-old with just about as much patience as me).

As for performance, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport combines the coasting of an automatic with the option for sporty thrill from manual shifting (thanks to paddle shifters).  The 2.0-liter engine packs some power, so it's perfect for city driving and riding along the coast.  It's also fuel-efficient so it won't leave a dent in the purse.   

Ultimately, this vehicle is a great choice for the discerning car buyer who loves the combination of sporty chic and comfort without the hefty price tag.

Visit mitsubishicars.com for detailed specs.







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