Cars

Review: Ford Mustang 5.0L Convertible – The Wind in Your Hair for Less

Looking for a car that's both stylish and fun to drive? Look no further than the Ford Mustang Convertible. This gorgeous car comes equipped with a powerful 5.0-liter V8 engine that delivers big power and smooth acceleration. Thanks to its convertible top, you can enjoy the wind in your hair as you drive down the highway. Plus, the interior is topped off with all the cool luxury you could want.

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Review: Polestar 2 – Dual Motor. An EV for Drivers.

The Polestar brand has bounced around corporate stables for many years. Now part of the Geely Automotive Group the brand has a solid foundation for the development of cars that live up to their values: passion, emotion, electricity and innovation. The Polestar 2 sedan delivers these attributes in spades and then some. It's an EV for people who love driving.

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Review: BMW 530e – Fifty and Fabulous

The BMW 530e Plug-In Hybrid slots into the 5 Series range perfectly between the diesel and petrol models so sweetly that it's easy to forget any ICE models even exist. Add a stunning exterior and sumptuous interior and this is the ultimate four-door saloon available today.

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Review: Toyota Supra GT – The Complete Package

There’s a common thought in business that the most successful companies are those that are open and willing to partner with other companies to achieve sustainable growth – especially during tough times. In the last decade, Toyota has partnered with Subaru on the GT86 / BRZ and more recently they have partnered with BMW on the Z4 / Supra. In both cases, the outcomes were exceptional for Toyota.

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Review: 2020 Kia Stinger GT Carbon Edition

I have written of my fondness for Kia’s vehicles on more than one occasion here at SonnyDickson.com, so my expectations were pretty high when I slid behind the wheel of the 2020 Kia Stinger GT Carbon Edition. The Carbon Edition is a limited run model sitting at the top of the Stinger range next to the Night Sky Edition. Think of the Carbon Edition as more sporty and spirited and the Night Sky Edition as luxurious, soft and supple – but still very much a Stinger.

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Review: 2020 Volvo V60 T5 Inscription

Not since I spent many a Summer’s day in the back of my neighbour’s baby blue 244 DL commuting to and from the beach, have I looked forward to spending time in a Volvo estate car. My love affair with the Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered is well documented, so the opportunity to get behind the wheel of another of Sweden’s automotive gems was very easy to say yes to.

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Review: 2020 Genesis G70 2.0T Sport

I have often marvelled at car companies like Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen who at the peak of their product offerings had ranges that spanned hundreds of thousands of dollars and addressed every market segment from micro to mega-luxury. Even today, Mercedes-Benz has a range that starts with the A180 and goes all the way up to the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class. Back in 2007 Hyundai launched a large saloon called the Genesis and marketed it as a ‘modern rear-wheel-drive sports sedan’ which it certainly was. Then in 2015 Hyundai split the Genesis...

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