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Transmission system is not sufficientBy Ahmad Zaki, May 12, 2013I bought a new CRV 2012 with 2.0 M/T. The transmission system of this vehicle is not good and difficult to adjust. I hope Honda will improve this matter. TksAge Group 25-34
Cheap and SmoothBy Rick Stephenson, Apr 22, 2013I've never wanted anything more than the RDX. It's the perfect combination of luxury and value. The V6 is also such a good, smooth and quiet engine. I go on a ton of road trips with this car and it's always been awesome on the highway. I wish there were better features though. There's no blind-spot assist, or parking sensors. It also has a black interior, which is a bit boring. A lot of the interior looks like a Honda, but better. The car overall feels really good, and I'm surprised at how cheap it is. ...moreCheap, Value, Engine
Interior, Boring, TechnologyAge Group 25-34
Better than GermansBy Mike Davies, Apr 22, 2013I'm coming from a C class, and think this TSX is way better. It's much more reliable and better quality. I've yet to have any problems, and the dealers are always helpful. My old Mercedes was always in the shop, and the mechanics would help me with anything. Overall the TSX is way better. It has all the same qualities, is just as quiet and comfortable, and looks pretty good too. ...moreBetter Service, Cheaper
Navigation sucksAge Group 35-44
Dream Car without breaking the bankBy Albert Broccoli, Apr 22, 2013Everyone who sees this car just thinks back to the James Bond Movies. I love my V8 Vantage, even though its not a DBS or Vanquish like in the movies, it still looks like one, and sounds just as awesome. Not only that, but they're not that expensive either. Vantages start around $120,000 which is not bad considering its a European exotic. The best thing is that its well balanced. It feels almost 50/50. Its incredibly quick, something like 420 horsepower, which feels faster than anything I've ever driven before, 911s included. The transmission is also brilliant and fast, and while I usually prefer a manual transmission, the automatic is simply quicker while still providing an engaging feel. ...moreGreat Looking, Awesome Sound, Fast
NothingAge Group 45-54
Brains and BeautyBy Greg Wong, Apr 22, 2013The new CLS looks far more modern than the old one. I bought one of these a few months ago and couldn't be happier. I don't understand why someone would get a boring A6/7 or ugly BMW 6-grand coupe when this is available. It's not only pretty, but it has a great interior. It's far from boring, and gets compliments from everyone who sits in it. Its also plenty fast, I can usually get through the lights before anyone else. The only problem is that it's pretty bad on gas. I get about 18 MPG, because I have the 550 with 4Matic. It also needs premium. Overall though, I love this car. The infotainment isn't confusing at all either. ...moreFast, Looks Good, Luxurius, Smooth
Fuel Economy, HeavyAge Group 55-64
My First Ford In 35 Years......WOW!!!!By Dennis L. McDonald, Apr 21, 2013I have been a devoted GM for the past 35 years, but grew tired of the beloved Alvalanche gas mileage. After 10 ten years and 60,000 miles and my last tank of gas going over $100, I decided it was time to look around. The C-Max was recommended to me and after a short visit to a Ford Dealer, I fell in love immediately. My first tank of gas took me 454 miles on 9 gallons....WOW!!! My second tank of gas took me 551 miles on a little over 10 ten gallons. I caught myself trying to see how many "leaf's" I could gather on the dash monitor. Watching the "leaf's" grow slowed me down and made me a better driver. I have had Prius drivers comment on the looks of the car and tell me that it has more personalty than the Prius. People stop me on the street and ask about my C-Max. All I can say is "THANKS" Ford Motor Company for making an intelligent, inovative and stylish "gas miser". I even tried to trade my Honda Fit for a C-Max, but they didn't have a large enough selection because they sell everything as soon as they get them in. Ford really "has a better idea"... ...moreMilesage, looks, handling, visibility, and value for the money.
NONEAge Group 65+
it's a civic... you can't go wrongBy Jin Woo, Apr 17, 2013I bought my 2013 Civic Coupe after finally parting with my 1994 model. Wow! What a difference. I always thought my old car handled pretty well for what it was, but this thing is night-and-day awesome. I'm so glad I stuck with Honda. I got the EX-L and went for all the bells and whistles. Honda financed the whole thing with a great rate and I'm really happy with the choice. For a while I thought about buying a Hyundai Elantra, but after a short test drive at the dealer near me I realized the civic is often imitated, never duplicated. I'm so glad I waited and got the 2013 car too. Much much nicer. ...morelooks good, drives well. Responsive on the road, easy on gas
coupe means rear seats aren't very useful.Age Group 25-34
NEW MAZDA6 - MORE THAN YOU EXPECTBy Richard Hylton, Apr 12, 2013Starting with a clean sheet design helps since the car balances price, quality, style and fuel mileage as well as most any other vehicle one can consider in its market segment. The Fusion is very close and any decision between the two is probably more subjective than factual. The exterior sheet metal does appear to be metal in motion while the interior is understated with high quality material. ...moreHigh MPG around 36-37 on the road, a pleasure to drive, available technology including adaptive cruise
Above average tire noise on Grand Touring model.Age Group 55-64
Honda sucks S U C K SBy Bill, May 13, 2013Just bought a new Honda accord ( Top of the line) Worst car i ever owned. The electronics are the worse and I mean the worse. The phone, the navi system, the trunk locks, door locks. Nothing is user friendly. I rented a Toyota Camray and it was so easy. I learned it all in a few minutes.The navi system is 12 years behind. My old old Garmam was better and easier. Voice commands are impossible. It is almost imposable to enter an address while driving, even with voice command. I can' wait until I can get rid of it. Its a piece of shit. ...moreRear camera.
All the electronics. and i mean all.Age Group 55-64
Problems and poor designBy Kenneth Sandler, Jan 30, 2013I just leased a 2013 Caillac CTS. There was a thumping in the front end from the start. It turned out that the bolts for the control arms were loose from the manufacturer. The control arms had to be replaced. The following are bad designs: 1. The recirculate a/c button does not stay on. You have to set the button each time you start the car. Its a nuisance. 2. The feul range information goes to "low range" when you are down to 40 miles to go. It cannot be reset so you naver know how many miles you have left once the "low range" reading goes on. 3. The lumbar seat setting still protrudes out when the feature is fully retracted. It makes for a very uncomfortable seat. 4. The ride is very bumpy especially in the rear seat. Stay away from this car. ...moreAge Group 55-64
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