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Something about Mercedes Benz S550:
Built on a shortened version of the all-singing, self-driving S550’s bones, the S550 coupe is a stunner in person. There’s real presence here, from the lack of a B-pillar, to the chrome ring around the greenhouse, to the small chrome dots on the grille that look like the knobs on a dresser drawer. The S-class-based coupes have always drawn envious stares from men old enough to remember when personal luxury denoted two-doors with names like Toronado and Eldorado, but this Benz’s new styling had strangers of all ages eyeing it.
We couldn’t stop staring at the leather-lined interior. Most cabin pieces are shared with the S-class sedan, but the coupe receives a unique upper instrument panel. It’s a more playful design, as if Italians had been asked to redo the S-class’s interior. Our test car arrived with the optional Designo package ($3250) that wraps even more surfaces in leather. Add the Premium package’s massaging front seats and the Warmth and Comfort bundle’s heated seats, steering wheel, and armrests and you won’t want to get out. You’re putty in the S550 coupe. Just sit back and melt into the heat while the $6400 Burmester audio system plays whale sounds. Driving? You should probably park if you’re that relaxed, but the $2800 Driver Assistance gadgets mean the S550 coupe can practically drive itself. Back-seat riders might want to get out, though. There’s adequate space for two adults back there, but rear legroom is limited despite a long 115.9-inch wheelbase.
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Practical and functional, enthusiasts might find the “sport” part missing from sport utility. The gas-powered RAV4 has a 176-hp 2.5-liter four mated to a six-speed automatic. A hybrid powertrain features a 2.5-liter four paired with a CVT and two electric motors for a combined output of 194 hp. Front-wheel drive is standard for the gas version and all-wheel drive is optional; it’s standard on the hybrid. A low rear load floor and ample cargo room yield a useful all-weather ute.
While the SE gets all of the cosmetic updates enjoyed by the entire 2016 Rav4 lineup—a higher hoodline, new headlights, simulated skid plates front and rear—it also gets its own touches. Those include a more aggressive-looking honeycomb insert in its grille, LED projector-beam headlights, unique 18-inch wheels, and a front “skid plate” that juts forward prominently like the lower lip of a giant, glossy carp. There’s also a special S-Code paint design, which replaces the lower black bits with silver ones and can be combined with Super White, Black Sand Pearl, or Electric Storm Blue paint on the rest of the body panels.
Inside, the SE gets contrasting stitching on its SofTex (artificial leather) seats and shifter. The seats themselves have slightly larger side bolsters as well as eight-way power adjustment and seat-position memory for the driver. The available interior color choices are Black and Black/Cinnamon combined with a black headliner and Gunmetal Gray trim.
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The CLA is the least expensive Mercedes-Benz available, but its swoopy “four-door coupe” styling makes it one of the more stylish cars on the road. The CLA250 is powered by a turbocharged 208-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder that hooks up with a seven-speed automatic and either standard front- or optional all-wheel drive; a hot AMG model is reviewed separately. Steering is heavy and the ride can be harsh. The overall interior design is handsome, but the multimedia display looks tacked on—and tacky.
The CLA is the first front-drive Mercedes to appear in the American market. (A four-wheel-drive CLA will be available in early 2014.) As it turns out, this move from rear-drive is not the worst affront to tradition. The transversely mounted, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is well matched to the car, its 208 horses enough to do the zero-to-60-mph chug in 6.3 seconds. The sole transmission, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, shifts smoothly in standard mode, keeps the direct-injected engine ticking and buzzing along at higher revs in sport, and offers a manual mode for deploying the paddle shifters.
The CLA exhibits no trace of torque steer unless you really hammer it mid-turn, in which case it will overwhelm the front tires, even if they’re the optional summer performance Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2s on 18-inch wheels ($500). The subsequent stability-control intervention is more of an event here than it is in a rear-drive Mercedes, but the CLA is a good handler overall, pulling 0.90 g on our skidpad. It also stops well, decelerating from 70 mph in 160 feet.
But those numbers don’t really reflect how the CLA drives. The typical light and fluid Mercedes steering feel is inverted, so rather than boosting assist to make a big car feel smaller, the CLA’s heavy helm stands in for more substance. Its on-center heft means the CLA tracks resolutely straight but feels isolated from the driver. Once you dial in some steering effort, the wheel is more playful, though feedback doesn’t improve much.
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The sporty Jetta offers an agile suspension and a range of powertrains at a price that won’t break the bank. The interior has upgraded materials and a modern design; the rear seat has room for three adults. The standard engine is a 150-hp 1.4-liter turbo four; optional are a 170-hp 1.8-liter turbo four or a hybrid that gets 48 mpg on the highway. Six-speed manual and six-speed automatics are available. 2015 and 2016 TDI diesels have been stop-saled until further notice due to EPA violations.
Five years ago, when Volkswagen brought out the current Jetta, VW miscalculated. It offered the strong-selling compact sedan in essentially two versions: Entry-level models were fitted with naturally aspirated engines, an inexpensive beam-axle rear suspension, and a basic electronic architecture. Only upmarket models like the GLI received the European-market multilink rear suspension, turbocharged engines, and more sophisticated electronics.
Riding on the four-wheel independent suspension originally reserved for the GLI, the Jetta is unfazed by uneven road surfaces, and body movements are well controlled. The electric power steering is precise and direct, and the crispness and agility of this compact sedan easily exceed the standards of its class.
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f you’re looking for the most serious of off-roading vehicles available, look no further than the legendary Wrangler. It takes all of the right features—four-wheel drive, ample ground clearance, and a nimble suspension—and puts them all in one go-anywhere package. A 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 is the sole engine; it teams up with either a six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic transmission. For the ultimate Wrangler, check out the Rubicon—it’s as tough as the legendary trail that inspired it.
Ford and Willys (say “will-is” not “will-eez”) built the original jeeps with which the Greatest Generation liberated Europe and the Pacific. Since 1950, when Willys finally won the right to turn the generic jeep nickname into the trademarked, Jeep Brand there have been countless variations on the classic. And make no mistake, this is the classic: The current body-on-frame design is a glimpse into auto production of the past, and the twin live axles remain. Those of the new Willys edition, a Dana 30 in the front and a Dana 44 in the rear, put torque from the 3.6-liter V-6 to the road with the haste of a freight train. Recirculating-ball steering returns the feel and consistency of rice pudding, and big mud tires don’t do it any favors on concrete, either.
So why is it great? As in the war, the current Jeep has an improvisational quality—pitching in wherever needed, filling many roles besides the one for which it was designed. The Wrangler is a great off-roader, sure, but despite its antiquated dynamics, it proffers its own kind of sportiness. Unzip the rear windows, peel back the top, and unhook the doors, and you’ve just converted the Wrangler from a winter safety cell to a carefree summer cruiser, ready to bomb down either a beach or a two-track with the same messy kind of joy.