A full-size two-door luxury coupe is not a car. It's an objet d'art, meant for showing off as much as it's meant for driving. When you have this much disposable income, a car like the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 Coupe won't be your primary car; it will be your excuse to get out and look damn good while doing it.
The 2015 model year brings with it a slightly refreshed version of Ford's hottest hot hatch, the Focus ST. The suspension's been returned for a slightly sportier ride, and the electric power steering has been given some additional weight. There's also a new front-suspension geometry that's meant to cut down on the car's infamous torque steer. A few aesthetic modifications round out the updates for this year, and all in all, the car is more fun than it's ever been.
The Dodge Dart is Dodge's answer to the Honda Civic. A sensible, relatively small four-door sedan that milks all the sprightliness it can out of a small engine. The Rallye edition sportifies things further with a tightened suspension and a rear stabilizer bar. Unfortunately there's no additional sportiness under the hood; the Rallye packs the same 2.4-liter I-4 as the standard Dart.
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