2012 Mitsubishi Lancer 2.4L AWD 0-60 MPH Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer SE is a small sporty sedan that in the car world may best be known for being the car that gave birth to the Mitsubishi Evolution or Evo for short. But is the 2.4L Lancer, especially the one that come with all-whee-drive the smaller and less expensive version of t he all powerful Evo? We had the chance to find out when Nathan and Roman got behind the wheel of Mitsubishi Lancer Lancer in Boulder, Colorado for this drive and review.
2012 Infiniti G25 Drive & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Is the Infiniti G25 or the more expensive, more powerful and more luxurious G37? That's the question that Infiniti hopes your neighbor will ask if you decide to purchase the G37s cheaper identical twin brother. In an effort to bring new, younger and more budget-minded buyers to the luxury brand, infiniti built an entry level car out of the brand's popular G37 sedan. Instead of the G37's stoplight drag race winning 3.7 liter V6 the G25 has to make due with a small block V6 that puts out 218 horsepower through a seven speed automatic transmission. This means that you won't be winning many stop light drag races even though the smaller V6 loves to rev. But what you lose in power, you make up for in what Infiniti says is segment leading fuel economy.
2012 KIA Soul 0-60-0 MPH Performance Test
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 KIA Soul with the 2.0L is certainly no hot rod. It's more of a funky and a bit boxy people (or it it hamster) mover? We recently had the chance to put 2012 KIA Soul to the test with our 0-60-0 MPH measure of a car's performance. So how did the Soul do when compared to the other car's that we tested? Just watch this video to find out.
2012 Infiniti G37 IPL Drive & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Infiniti G37 IPL is premium sports coupe in a filled with great German cars. Love it or hate it...there are very few people on the fence when it comes to the Infiniti's fluid styling. Unlike the German rivals the Infiniti is certainly not sculpted but rather looks like something that comes out of a fluid mold. If you notice the grill on the front of the car. Those silver horizontal slats are supposed to look like Japaneses Samurai swords turned on their side facing you. The car is fast...in fact very fast. But has to be as it competes with cars like the BMW 3 series coupe and the Audi A5 coupe both of which also are spirited performers. But unlike the BMW and Audi the Infiniti does not offer a turbo option...which today is all the rage. Ride and Handling: In a word "sporty" the car is set up to go around curves quickly and that comes at small price. The cost? Firm (read verging on harsh) ride across bumps and expansion joints. In this review Dave Erickson drives the Infiniti through rain and snow to get the scoop on this premium luxury sports coupe.