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2020 Mercedes-AMG GT C review: Power, refinement — you can have it all

Long hood, short deck. The AMG GT has great proportions.


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The Mercedes-AMG GT is a sports coupe that’ll get your blood pumping. No matter if you’re in the base GT or the bonkers GT R, this AMG grabs the attention of everyone when it passes by. This mid-grade GT C tester is no different, offering massive power, impressive looks and no shortage of tech and comfort.

Like

  • Strong V8 power
  • Excellent comfort
  • Looks that could kill

Don’t Like

  • Strange cabin ergonomics
  • Old infotainment tech

The whole AMG GT line benefits from small styling updates this year, but

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2021 Mazda3 Turbo packs power, but costs over $30,000

It seriously sounds like Mazda made a new Mazdaspeed3 without the badge.


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People, Mazda listened. The 2021 Mazda3 Turbo is officially a thing as of last month, but now we know how much it will cost.

The Japanese automaker said Tuesday the turbocharged compact car will start at $30,845 for the sedan, while the hatchback adds $1,000 to the price tag at $31,845. Both figures include a $945 destination charge. If you were hoping for something a little less expensive, that’s certainly not the case for what could be a spiritual successor to the Mazdaspeed3. There’s 250

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2021 Toyota Venza packs standard AWD and hybrid power under $34,000

The new Venza is pretty handsome.


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The Toyota Venza is back, but it’s not the frumpy-looking minivan you probably remember. This time, it’s an elegant crossover SUV with standard hybrid power and premium strides to its name.

We got our first go in the 2021 Venza recently and walked away impressed, but we also know how much the crossover will cost when it arrives at dealers this summer. Toyota said Wednesday the latest addition to its lineup will start at $33,645 after a $1,175 destination charge for the entry-level LE trim. Hop into a midgrade XLE and

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Tesla tops J.D. Power APEAL study, Dodge ranks first for mass market brands

While Tesla isn’t technically measured, it’s also sort of the winner, too.


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While Tesla didn’t do so hot in the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, it tops the charts in the latest J.D. Power APEAL study.

On Wednesday, the firm released the results for the 2020 iteration of the study, now in its 25th year. The APEAL study looks at how an owner emotionally connects with their new car and measures their excitement across 37 areas and profiled over 87,000 people this time around. Things like the sense of luxury or how they feel when accelerating in the

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