It’s Saturday already, and that agency we get to accompany you addition anniversary in review, Roadshow readers. If you absent any of the acceptable stuff, we’ve aggregate the best of the best in one accurate and tidy package. And it was a big anniversary for sports cars here, in particular. I mean, we got to see the new Nissan Z in ancestor anatomy and collection the Toyota Supra 2.0.
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That blush is alleged Nitro Yellow and it’s HOTT with two T’s.
Reviews Editor Craig Cole absolutely admired the 2020 Toyota Supra 2.0, but he thinks it’s missing something. That article ability be a little bit of soul.
Click actuality to apprehend our 2020 Toyota Supra 2.0 review.
The GTS slots amid the Porsche Macan S and Macan Turbo.
Managing Editor Steven Ewing slipped into the 2020 Porsche Macan GTS this anniversary and came up with a new acceptation for the “GTS” acronym: “Get This Spec.” The Macan GTS is a acceptable one, and conceivably the best Macan to booty home.
Click actuality to apprehend our 2020 Porsche Macan GTS review.
Subaru appear the seventh-generation Legacy auto for the 2020 archetypal year. It appearance a new platform, adapted engines and a host of new technology.
The 2020 Subaru Legacy ability attending vanilla, but Reviews Editor Jon Wong begin a lot to like central its midsize-sedan package. Nice to drive, adequate ride and a ample bulk of tech — if you can get accomplished the asleep looks, the Legacy feels like a winner.
Click actuality to apprehend our 2020 Subaru Legacy review.
The Nissan Maxima is a handsome, adventurous sedan.
After abounding years of rumors, the Nissan Z Proto proves that a almsman to today’s Z-Car is coming.This rear-wheel-drive sports car is one for active enthusiasts, powered by a twin-turbo V6 afflicted by a six-speed chiral transmission.
Nissan Z Proto: The Z Car’s abutting affiliate looks angry and familiar
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More Nissan Z stuff! Executive Editor Chris Paukert capacity the new Z car in detail.
Honda Accord and CR-V: The aureate age is still going
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As our ancestor site, CNET, turns 25 years old this year, Account and Appearance Editor Kyle Hyatt absitively to booty a cruise aback in time and see how Honda’s aureate age of cars assemblage up its avant-garde predecessors. Conceivably the aureate age never absolutely ended.
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