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Chevrolet Cruze 1.6 (A) 2009
Reviewed on 7 Sep 2014 2:54PM views1385
Reviewd by: yappk
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This car is handsomely designed and has good overall proportions. Due to its weight, the pickup is slower. It is a compromise for the safety it offers. You can feel the thickness of the steel sheets compare to the other makes. The slower pickup has contributed positively to the ride quality (no more dizziness due to the "rocking forward and backward" due to the sudden acceleration). As a result, the ride is more composed. The way the suspension is setup also minimise bodyroll that is quite common even in more expensive cars that I have driven. I truly enjoy every moment in this car for the feel, comfort and security it offers.

Mitsubishi Lancer EX 1.5 MIVEC Sports (A) 2009
Reviewed on 22 Mar 2014 7:16PM views6947
Reviewd by: Muru
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Am driving an 08 Lancer GLX EX car now. A beautiful car! Rock Solid body! Boot cover, bonet heavy. For the slim need some strength to open and close. Stable on the road. Spacious! Pick-up a little slow as engine is only 1.5 Petrol consumption reasonably good.

BMW M Series M135i 3.0 3 Door (A) 2012
Reviewed on 16 Dec 2013 11:33PM views7724
Reviewd by: hendralim
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The Best ride in a hatchback ever. Most affordable M badged BMW car.

Mercedes-Benz SLK 350 (A) 2008
Reviewed on 15 Dec 2013 12:16AM views7555
Reviewd by: fastjimmy
best of mid tier
sportscars
Similar cars tried: Porsche 911 cabriolet Lexus SC430 Renault RS265M
Fuel consumption: 8 km/litre
Drive pattern: daily run about town meets double up rides to office back home
Duration of car driven: 2 years
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Good ol natural aspiring acceleration

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can't siesta in it

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As we end the year, it's also a pleasant coming of term to a decade of the SLK grace lines version (R171) yet by no means it is old or outdated, notable SLK pioneered the 1st hardtop convertible and has been a unique development successful since its 2nd generation reign (2004-2011) bolstered by its klein SLR lookalike embodiment of all rounder performance: from low local insurance (under S$700 pa) to ongoing maintenance that won't incur sportscar costs and longevity of usage with lasting statistical prowess i.e. its AMG supercharged top model rivals M3 (3.2L) in its times. In fact this V6 version (post FL'07) has even better acceleration than the current heavier make of brutish looks. So, come 2014 it's not all to the scrapping graveyard but the transformer technology lives on, it's smart key remote controls the roof to the onlooker a self living life like machine.

Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa 2006
Reviewed on 14 Dec 2013 12:41AM views7016
Reviewd by: fastjimmy
aubergine for a
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Similar cars tried: Panamera S,Quattroporte, sc430
Fuel consumption: 5.2 km/litre
Drive pattern: Daily usage mid island travels to town
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ample continuous power flow

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brittle electronics and parts

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"maser" as local club community coins our rides so, is symbolic ride for a prince (or those who can afford its costly maintenance!) bearing trident emblem likened to a stately seal of European royalty. It is indeed fitting description given its sponsoring lineage from Ferrari (till feb 2005) but offers full 4 seater in a sportscar as opposed to back bucket leg curler room. Such grand transport had its ruling heyday of last decade despite larger GTs introduced since 2007 which suffered heavier lag slower than Gransport tune ups, until the advent of MC Stradale (2011) finally overpowers to lead standing acceleration below 4.7s defining mark. New facelift and improvised direction of granturismos do temper well this era of coupes which can be temperamental: from shifty F1 eshifters going neutral gear at high speed cruising to requiring repairs more frequent than servicing due to collateral damage from overheating. Yet one would not regret having owned this breed or dated such volatile stable of drive, after all, it's a dude's sexy car even agreed according to the ladies.

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