Tag: package

Fierce: 2015 Infiniti QX70

The QX70 is the new name for the old FX. You’ll most likely recognize the car on sight before remembering its new name, a product of the seemingly haphazard renaming of Infiniti’s entire product lineup last year. In spite of the name change, the QX70 doesn’t lack any of […]

Spicy: 2015 Audi S3

Our first impression of the Audi A3 was that of a younger, sprightlier A4. Its smart styling and compact packaging are reminiscent of the A4’s formative years – a time when it wasn’t encumbered by the bloatware built into the modern luxury sedan. For 2015, Audi has given the […]

Cruiser: Mazda MX-5 Miata

It may have been a bit brisk for a convertible, but at Limited Slip Blog, we still gave the 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring a fair shake. Its old-school roadster charm makes it an appealing option to those interested in the driving experience rather than speed. While […]

Sensible: 2015 Acura TLX

This is a big moment for Acura. With the release of this all-new 2015 TLX, a single model is replacing both the TL and the TSX. The TLX has taken a middle-of-the-road approach since it’s larger than the TSX but remains smaller than the TL. Acura claims that it offers a healthy […]

The Right Stuff: 2015 Audi A3

There comes a time in every person’s life when they realize they can’t do the same things they once could. It’s a little harder to stay up late, those jeans you’ve had for years are a bit tight, and you can’t quite run as fast or as far […]

Uphill: 2015 Kia K900

Kia and luxury don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand. That’s a big problem when you’re trying to launch a $60,000 flagship sedan after only 20 years in the US market. Kia’s goal is to be viewed as a luxury brand by 2017. That push up-market began last year with the […]

Rings Redux: 2014 Audi S5

Almost exactly two years ago, we had the opportunity to take a short drive in the new Audi S5. We genuinely enjoyed the car, and so did you. Our review of the 2013 Audi S5 is the most-read post in Limited Slip Blog history! So when we asked […]