The Audi Q3 is the latest addition to Audi's rather large fleet of models, hot on the heels of the new A3, which is Audi's most down market car. Unlike the A3, which is a fine car but is too plain to feel like an Audi, the Q3 takes the VW Tiguan, itself one of the better crossovers on the market, and upscales it the Audi way.
This review is special. Why? Because rarely, if ever, is someone handed the keys to test-drive a vehicle and given 11 days with no mileage restrictions. After all, I was headed to the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas via the American Highway - Route 66. When trying to decide what would be worthy of a Route 66 roadtrip across the continent, there was plenty to consider.
The Subaru BRZ deals mostly in fun. Like its fraternal twin, the Scion FRS, the BRZ is for driving, as in actually driving, with two feet and two hands and eyes always on the road. Unlike the FRS, the BRZ is a bit more refined in appearance, but just as much fun behind the wheel.
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