Audi TT RS 2012 Test Drive & Car Review - RoadflyTV with Charlie Romero

Watch them all! Audi Test Drive Playlist by RoadflyTV: Audi listened to their customers and brought the 2012 Audi TT RS to the States. Sport mode stiffens the magnetic ride suspension, improves throttle response, and also opens flaps in the Exhaust system to create a much more sporty Exhaust note. Host: Charlie Romero Window sticker and detailed specs available at View the video and other reviews on RoadflyTV: Vehicle: 2012 Audi TT RS Trim Package: RS Base Price: $56,850 Engine: 2.5L, turbocharged 5-cylinder, gasoline Transmission: 6-speed manual horsepower: 360 @ 5,500 - 6,700 rpm Torque: 343 lb.-ft @ 1,650 - 5,400 rpm Wheels & Tires: 9x19 with 255/35/R19 0-60 MPH: 4.1 sec. Top speed: 174 MPH Warranty: 4 year/50,000 mile for vehicle and powertrain EPA Fuel Economy: 14 city / 22 highway MPG - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - YouTube- Facebook - Twitter - IMDB -

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Audi R8 Spyder 2012 Test Drive & Review with Elizabeth Kreft by RoadflyTV
Audi's supercar entry, the R8 was first introduced back in 2006. Since then it's only gone through minor updates. It's as iconic today as it was when it was introduced. The R8 is available in either hard-top coupe or spyder convertible models. Join host Elizabeth Kreft as she test drives and reviews this very cool, very fast sports car. Host: Elizabeth Kreft To see additional pictures and the window sticker for the 2012 Audi R8 Spyder, visit: Vehicle: 2012 Audi R8 Spyder Base Price: $136,800 Price as tested: $148,925 Engine: 4.2 Liter DOHC V8, FSI direct fuel injection Transmission: 6-speed R-Tronic horsepower: 430 hp @ 7,900 rpm Torque: 316 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm - 6,000 rpm 0-60 MPH: 4.2 seconds 1/4-mile time: 12.5 sec. Top speed: 185 MPH Warranty: 4 yr/50,000 mile limited vehicle warranty Fuel economy (EPA miles per gallon rating): 13 city / 21 highway MPG Tires: Pirelli PZero 235/35/R19 front, 305/30/R19 rear - - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - Facebook - Twitter - IMDB - Google+ - Special thanks to Herrington Harbour on the Chesapeake Bay:

2011 BMW M3 Road Test & Car Review - RoadflyTV with Ross Rapoport
The BMW M3 is one of the finest driver's cars ever made, and I was finally lucky enough to spend a week with one. The heart of the M3 is an exquisite 4.0L V8, making 414hp at a wild 8300rpm. Peak torque is 295 lb-ft, but that entire figure is available at just 3900rpm, a stunning mark of tractability in such a high-revving screamer. Our test car was equipped with a 7-speed DCT (BMW's name for the fancy dual-clutch gearbox), and the transmission—like other vehicle characteristics like throttle response and suspension—can be adjusted from 'nice and easy' to 'neckbreaking.' 2011 M3s equipped with this transmission have gone as low as 3.9 sec to 60mph, and 12.5 sec in the 1/4-mile. Yet due to the engine's powerband, it's remarkably civilized around town. Gearing is perfect; even in 7th gear, the car is never caught flat-footed. In fact, at 2000rpm in 7th the car will be going just 50mph! That is great for acceleration, bad for fuel economy: the M3 manages just 14 mpg city and 20 highway and gets slapped with the gaz-guzzler tax. That's really the only chink in the car's armor, and the M3 instantly became the car by which I measure all sports cars by. —Ross Rapoport, Road Test Editor and Video Host Download the window sticker and see additional photos of the M3 at Vehicle: 2011 M3 Coupe Base Price: $58,400 Price as tested: $69,925 Engine: 4.0L 32V V8 Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automated manual (DCT) horsepower: 414 @ 8300 rpm Torque: 295 lb.-ft. @ 3900 rpm 0-60 MPH: 3.9-4.5 sec. Warranty: 4 years, 50,000 miles w/free maintenance Fuel Economy: 14 city / 20 highway MPG - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - Facebook - Twitter - IMDB - - 2012 Porsche Cayman R Test Drive & Car Review
The 2012 Porsche Cayman R was one of the most-anticipated cars to ever come through the Roadfly office. The car's stats are simply stunning: 0-60mph in 4.7 sec. 330hp @ 7500rpm, 2855 lb. Even the door handles have been replaced with nylon tabs to reduce weight. The results are predictable. The Cayman R is virtually telepathic, to the point that it nearly bores you. It's so free of vice that you start to feel that it's just like a normal, civilized car, with a tad more immediacy...and you wonder what the big deal is. Only when you go back to your daily driver do you realize how responsive the Cayman actually is. It's a nearly perfect machine. It makes few compromises that interfere with spirited driving, but still manages to be completely docile, tractable, and even practical with its two trunks and stellar reliability. It also gets great fuel mileage, at 19 city and 27 highway when equipped with the 6-speed manual. Ever gone to a movie that didn't blow you away at first, but weeks later you're still thinking about it and can't get it out of your head? That's what my days with the Cayman R left me with. This car is definitely on my 'short list' of cars I want to own before I die. It's slightly expensive with a starting MSRP of $66,300, but given how well-built Porsches are in general and how good their resale values are, the price is fair in my opinion. Visit for a downloadable window sticker. Host: Ross Rapoport Vehicle: 2012 Porsche Cayman R Base Price: $66,300 Price as tested: $73,280 Engine: 3.4L Horizontally opposed 6 cylinder Transmission: 6-speed manual horsepower: 330 @ 7,400 rpm Torque: 273 lb-ft. @ 4,750 rpm 0-60 MPH: 4.7 sec. Curb Weight: 2,855 lb. Warranty: 4 years, 50,000 miles (vehicle) Fuel Economy: 19 city / 27 highway MPG - Car Forum - RoadflyTV - Facebook - Twitter - IMDB -