Tag: Sport

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 […]

Living Fossil: Lexus GX460

Body-on-frame SUVs are a dying breed; giant, inefficient dinosaurs of the open road. Unibody construction is in vogue. But we have a soft spot in our hears for the stalwarts of body-on-frame construction. This Lexus GX is one of them. Sharing many of its components with the Toyota […]

NYIAS 2014: Day 2

The tired, poor, huddled masses of journalists have left the building. The press preview days of the 2014 NYIAS auto show have come to a close and we’ve escaped the city limits. As the show floor prepares for the public, we review the biggest news from Day 2 […]

NYIAS 2014: Day 1

Day 1 of the New York International Auto Show 2014 has drawn to a close. The morning began with a keynote address from Ford COO Mark Fields and ended with a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang. In between the bookends of Ford Motor Company […]

First Drive: 2015 Hyundai Genesis

Limited Slip Blog was founded just over two years ago. For those of you that have been with us long enough to remember, our first review came a few months later when Hyundai provided us with a Genesis Coupe 2.0T. We, being a young and ambitious duo, decided […]

Young Again: 2014 Scion tC

Scion has long been what Toyota can’t be, the quirky sub-brand that paired unique styling with a youthful appeal. To enthusiasts, a tC is far more appealing than a Corolla, but it still comes backed by Toyota reliability and safety. That makes it a great first car. In […]

Just Right: 2014 Lexus IS350

Nearly a year has passed since Lexus pulled the cover off the 2014 IS. We were initially disconcerted by the enormity of the spindle grille, especially on the F Sport models. Time, and perhaps Lexus’ proliferation of the design, has moved us closer to acceptance. Beyond the Lexus’ […]