Our pal Tim Esterdahl from Pickup Truck and SUV Talk got his hands on a vehicle that is neither a truck nor an SUV. The 2023 BMW 760i xDrive he reviewed is a $162,000 luxury sedan with a 536 hp, twin-turbo V8, a 48V motor, and a heaping helping of technology. Zoom from 0-to-60 in 4.1 seconds, or relax in the executive lounge seating while watching the 31″ 8K TV.
Awesome Car Reviews
Since its 2020 debut, the Kia Telluride has become one of the Korean automaker’s best-selling vehicles. The 2023 Telluride has seen some design changes, along with new packages. The X-Line and X-Pro give the three-row SUV added off-road capabilities while going upmarket in a swanky SX-Prestige trim. Read on to learn why it’s one of the best SUVs you can buy.
Luxury automaker Genesis continues to knock it out of the park with their first-ever SUV. The GV80 offers a smooth ride, premium materials, the latest technology, and incredible versatility, all wrapped up in a grand and sophisticated package. We spent a week driving the V6 AWD model and enjoyed every minute of it.
When it comes to smooth and comfortable sedans, the Lexus ES is among the best you can buy. When the weather gets rough, we’d prefer an all-wheel-drive model. We spent a week behind the wheel of the ES 250 AWD F Sport, which can send power to all four wheels, instilling confidence and control in inclement conditions.
The Mazda3 hatchback is one good-looking car, with its shooting brake profile and the sleek, sculptural design Mazda is known for. But beauty is way more than skin deep, especially now that you can equip the car with a 2.5L turbo engine and an all-wheel drivetrain. We spent a wintry week with one and are here to share our enthusiasm.
The Dodge Charger comes in many flavors, but those seeking max horsepower will want a Hellcat or Hellcat Redeye. After a week behind the wheel of the 707 hp SRT Hellcat Widebody in Hellraisin, we were blown away that a comfy, pragmatic family sedan can be this quick and fun to drive. Now look and listen to its awesomeness.
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