Mercedes-Benz SL-Class review

Mercedes’ current line of sporty SL Class hardtop roadsters are descended from the original (and highly collectible) 1954 300SL coupe, affording true sports car performance and low-to-the-ground exotic styling with a healthy dollop of luxury and an array of cutting-edge features for the deep-pocketed. Keep Reading

Mercedes-Benz CL Class review

The Mercedes-Benz CL-Class is a sophisticated and luxurious sports car that’s essentially a racier two-door version of the flagship S-Class sedan. Not quite a posh cruiser, not quite a low-slung exotic coupe, it competes with the likes of the BMW 6 Series and the Bentley Continental GT to raise the pulses of affluent enthusiasts. Keep Reading

Mazda RX-8 review

While not specifically a replacement for the long-departed RX-7 sports coupe when it debuted in 2004, the rotary engine-powered Mazda RX-8 filled that vehicle’s niche in the automaker’s lineup, but did so in a much different way than did its-predecessor. Keep Reading

Mazda MX-5 Miata review

Launched for the 1989 model year and drawing its inspiration from the classically seductive – but otherwise mechanically betraying – Fiat, MG, and Triumph two-seaters from the 1960’s, Mazda’s MX-5 Miata roadster remains true to its roots as a reasonably simple and affordable, peppy and nimble sports car. Keep Reading

Maserati GranTurismo review

The idea of a “grand touring” car dates back to the pre-World War II era. It’s either a luxury coupe that has sporting pretensions or a sports car that emphasizes passenger comfort over sheer performance, depending on your viewpoint. Keep Reading