2013 Lexus GS 450h Hybrid first drive test and review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Lexus GS 450h Hybrid is no longer the speedy dragster of the hybrid world. Instead the newest Lexus hybrid is all grown up and ready for a serious job like taking you and your family to work or play. The newest and most fuel efficient GS now gets a combined 31 MPG. but is that enough to take on the German competition like the diesel version of the BMW 5 series Mercedes-Benz E class and the Audi A6. We recently had a chance to take the hybrid GS for a first drive spin around the Las Vegas desert to find out if the new 2012 Lexus GS 450h Hybrid is ready to take on the german competition.
2012 Hyundai Genesis 3.8 Review & Drive
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Hyundai Genesis is one of the most feared cars in the auto industry. For a base price of just $34,000 you get all of the luxury that once was the sole domain of companies like Lexus and Mercedes-Benz. You also get a 333 HP engine that pulls like a steam locomotive. Check out this fast take video review of the big daddy Hyundai.
2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport vs Mercedes-Benz E350 vs BMW 535i race track review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Lexus GS 350 F is taking direct aim at both the new Mercedes-Benz E350 and the new BMW 535i. We recently had a chance to drive all three cars on the race track in Las Vegas to compare how well the newest and perhaps sexiest Lexus does against these two very well regarded and long established German luxury performance sedans. Check out this first drive review of the 2013 Lexus GS 350 F as we test all three cars head to head.
2012 BMW 650i M Package Coupe Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 BMW 650i M Package Coupe is no longer the ugly duckling of the BMW family as it now sports a much more modern and elegant design. Gone is slightly awkward mishmash of cut lines replaced by a lowered, stretched and widened car with huge helping of serious road presence. If you like your BMW's shaken and not stirred...this is the one for you. Performance: In a word...earth stopping. The BMW 650i Coupe's 32-valve V-8, aluminum put our 400 HP with 450 pound feet of torque. And in this case it is the torque that you can really feel a the car pushes you back in the drivers seat like a pissed off samurai when you floor the car in almost any of it's eight...that's right...eight forward gears. BTW: Our tester had the M Sport package which cost $4,400 dollars more and adds body kit, LED fog lights, and an M steering wheel, amoung other expensive goodies. Ride and handling are really up to you as the BMW lets you select through comfort plus, comfort, sport, and sport plus settings. That's right, while most cars only have three settings the BMW goes to four. And each of the setting actually works so much so that you can instantly feel the difference between comfort and sport. Perhaps the only complaint is the steering which is electronic and somewhat dislocated from the front wheels.