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The BMW 530 exhibits almost zero turbo lag, and throttle response is natural and immediate both off the line and in higher-speed passing maneuvers. The B46 produces just a smidge more power and less torque than the previous N20 turbo four (248 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 258 lb-ft of torque from 1450 rpm, an increase of 8 ponies and a drop of 2 lb-ft). Still, the new 5-series feels notably quicker, thanks to extensive use of aluminum—including in the trunklid, doors, and suspension parts—combined with other mass-reduction efforts that have yielded a claimed weight loss of 123 pounds for the 530i xDrive version that we drove. Given all that, we have no reason to doubt BMW’s claim that the 530i xDrive can accelerate to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds, if not more quickly.
More important is that the new 5 feels more predictable and easier to maneuver, thanks in part to the redesigned suspension largely made from aluminum, which helps reduce unsprung mass. Also helping matters was our example’s optional $2600 M Sport package with its upsized 19-inch wheels and tires and lowered ride height (along with blackout exterior trim, a sport steering wheel, an aero body kit, and aluminum interior trim). Our car also was equipped with BMW’s latest Integral Active Steering system ($1150), which combines a variable-ratio steering rack with speed-dependent electric assistance and rear-wheel steering. As we noted in our 540i first drive, IAS now has a more linear and natural feeling, a boon to handling predictability.
As the roads dried out, we became less shy with our corner-entry speeds and found lateral-grip levels to be tremendous. When the time came to slow, the strength and pedal feel of the optional M Sport brakes stood out as excellent. Meanwhile, the dynamic dampers provided a supple cushioning of harsh impacts.
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Mercedes Benz S450:
Mercedes Benz S450
gave its flagship lineup a refresh that includes redesigned front and rear fascia, updated headlights and taillights, a new three-spoke steering wheel, and the latest generation of the automaker’s COMAND infotainment system. Two new models, the S450 and S450 4Matic, join the lineup and are powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6. A revised 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 with two different power outputs is also new, as are a host of advanced driver assist safety features, and three new upholstery choices: Silk Beige/Deep-Sea Blue, Magma Grey/Espresso Brown, and Mahogany/Silk Beige.
The new optional Energizing Comfort feature links the climate control system, fragrance system, heater, ventilation, and massage seat functions, console heating, ambient lighting, and music to create six different comfort programs. Each program runs for 10 minutes and displays visuals on the headunit with colorful graphics, backed by suitable music.
Another newly available comfort feature is the Curve function, which allows the car’s body to lean toward the inside of the turn by up to 2.65 degrees, reducing centrifugal forces felt by passengers. Standard for the S-Class are the two impressive-looking high-resolution display screens that each measure 12.3 inches diagonally and share a single glass cover. Available options include interior ambient lighting with 64 colors, Qi wireless smartphone charging, a Burmester High-End 3D Surround Sound 1520-watt audio system, and mbrace Concierge service that can make restaurant reservations and gather information for sporting events. The AMG models can be optioned with high-performance features like the powerful AMG Ceramic Composite Braking system and the AMG Track Pace App that records vehicle data and lap times when on a race track and displays the information on the COMAND display and the dual cockpit displays.
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When the Dodge Challenger originally debuted for the 1970 model year, it arrived after the Mustang and Camaro, but offered a great number of powertrain choices from the 145-hp, 225-cubic-inch “Slant Six” to the fearsome 426 Hemi, the “Elephant Motor.” The Challenger only lasted five model years, but in that short time, it became one of the most storied muscle car nameplates in the industry. So much so that certain meticulously restored examples have sold at auction for six-figure sums.
The Challenger then returned for a six-year run from 1978-1984, but this new Mitsubishi-based compact coupe only offered two four-cylinder engine choices. The Dodge Challenger finally returned in 2008 ready to make a lasting impression with a massive 6.1-liter Hemi V-8 before later offering a 5.7-liter V-8 and 3.5-liter V-6.
The latest major refresh arrived for the 2015 model year, bringing a revised exterior and an available, more powerful 6.4-liter Hemi V-8. For 2017, Dodge has brought even more performance and menacing looks to the Challenger lineup by introducing the all-new Challenger T/A.
If comfortable highway cruising, a nice interior, and aggressive looks are on your priority list, then the Dodge Challenger is worth a test drive.
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Tesla Model X:
The base Tesla Model X comes equipped with a battery large enough to cover a claimed 270-mile driving range but Tesla allows buyers to expand its range by opting for the Extended Range package which boosts it to 295. A high-performance variant is also offered which comes with a 289-mile range and a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 3.5 seconds. Not quick enough for you? For $20,000 more, Tesla will unlock the Model X’s Ludicrous Mode which lowers the acceleration time to an incredible 2.8 seconds. Handling is respectable but the Model X’s party piece is really the strong acceleration generated by its electric motors. Recharging is quick via one of Tesla’s Superchargers, which are located across the country. Charging at home via a 240V or 120V connection will be slower, but may be more convenient for owners, so Tesla offers in-home charging
A stark and nearly buttonless interior design is classic Tesla. A huge touchscreen infotainment system dominates the dashboard and faux leather wraps everything from the seats to the door panels. The Model X’s unique windshield/glass roof runs seamlessly from the base of the hood up over the front-seat passengers for a nearly uninterrupted view of what’s ahead and what’s above. Despite these whiz-bang features, the Model X’s cabin leaves us wanting, especially considering its price can easily break the six-figure barrier, with non-descript air vents, misaligned panels, and flat-backed seats that don’t offer enough adjustments.
Most buyers are looking more for tech features than luxury, though, and the Model X can be optioned with the feature that is possibly the most buzzworthy: Autopilot.
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Ford Mustang GT:
Now as ever, the Mustang provides terrific bang-for-your-buck performance and plenty of style. We prefer the V-8 Mustang GT and standard six-speed manual. The Premium model includes an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a leather-trimmed interior, heated and cooled front seats, and an upgraded audio system. We’d check that box and also opt for the GT Performance package, which includes Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels wrapped in summer rubber, Torsen limited-slip differential, and unique chassis tuning. We’d add the active exhaust system for its sensational sounds and delete the awkward rear wing that’s included with the GT Performance package.
This latest Mustang generation brought with it a much-needed independent rear suspension, which replaced the archaic solid rear axle. The switch-up improves its handling and takes its ride quality into the 21st century. Even with the less powerful engines, the Mustang’s modernized chassis delivers a comfortable and controlled driving experience. For added sportiness, there is an optional Performance package for EcoBoost and GT models. The electrically assisted steering on our test car featured selectable modes (Normal, Sport, and Comfort). It’s appropriately light in Comfort mode and nicely weighted in the other two. The Mustang’s brake pedal had a firm feel that was touchy in stop-and-go traffic; it’s easier to apply smoothly at higher speeds.
The Mustang and its competitors even have (gasp!) fuel-efficient four-cylinder engines. While the Ford V-8 has competitive EPA estimates and real-world fuel economy, the Mustang’s four-cylinder woefully underperformed in our highway test. In our testing, the four-cylinder with the six-speed manual returned 24 mpg, a whopping 7 mpg fewer than its EPA rating. The V-8 with the 10-speed automatic saw 24 mpg in our hands, just 1 mpg off of its EPA number.