Aug 11, 2008 · The only thing more irresponsible than being a hooligan is being a hooligan with four terrified, carsick, or whooping passengers. The C63 produces entirely improbable acceleration numbers ...
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Now the beloved brand has done it again. Introducing the new 2018 Cannondale Hooligan Bicycle – the reason why you’ll arrive at work each morning with a smile on your face. Designed with a compact frame as well as smaller wheels, this bicycle effortlessly blends function and style.
Apr 02, 2014 · On the face of it Cannondale’s Hooligan 2 is first in a field of one: imagine a Moulton crossed with a BMX. It's a non-folding small wheeled bike for space conscious urban types looking for, as the Cannondale blurb puts it, “a fun, funky, functional way to get around the city”.
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Oct 24, 2018 · Chris Doane Automotive Car and Driver So stable and grippy is the RS5 that one could steer it through a slalom course wearing concrete-filled shoes and oven mitts and still look smooth.
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“The engine makes a great sound, but it’s just not loud enough. I want more auditory drama from a V-8 called Coyote.” –Joseph Capparella “I just feel so bad-ass behind the wheel of this thing, and I don’t get that feeling in the Camaro.” –Drew Dorian “The thunking sounds that come from the drivetrain on upshifts kinda ruin this otherwise excellent car.” –Rusty Blackwell “It’s 74 degrees and sunny out. This car is hotter than the surface of the sun, and the A/C is having a really hard time doing anything about it.” –Jeff Sabatini “Although the latest Camaro steers better, rides better, and generally drives better, I think Ford did a vastly superior job stylistically.” –Dave VanderWerp “The Recaro’s bolsters are so big that I have to somehow reach around them to shift, and they render the armrest on the center console useless.” –Jennifer Harrington “I feel much more comfortable in the Stang than I do in the Camaro, not just because of visibility concerns but also because of the seatin...
While base GT fastbacks start at $33,295, our Premium coupe in Shadow Black stickered at $37,295 before options and features a host of trim and equipment upgrades: brighter interior accents, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated and cooled leather front seats, a nine-speaker stereo, selectable driving modes, ambient lighting, aluminum pedals, illuminated sill plates, heated exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals and “Pony” puddle lights, a painted rear diffuser, and unique 19- and 20-inch wheel options. That’s on top of the Mustang’s standard automatic HID headlights, sequential LED taillights, eight airbags, and the GT’s Track Apps and line-lock burnout software. Also available on Premium versions is an upgraded Shaker audio system, voice-activated navigation, and the aforementioned driver aids. We passed on all of that but did opt for the $1595 black leather Recaro sport seats, which are snug-fitting and lack the heating and cooling of the standard chairs. They also p...
At the limit, our GT does have a moderate sense of understeer in corners, what with 54 percent of its 3782 pounds residing over the front axle. But that can be easily corrected with a stab of the throttle. Our test car still managed a healthy 0.94 g of lateral grip on the skidpad, and the additional traction from the sticky Pirellis kept panic stops from 70 mph to just 156 feet. The Mustang’s steering isn’t superquick at 2.6 turns lock-to-lock, yet it is precise and natural enough in feel to make you think it’s hydraulically assisted. Steering effort can be adjusted from light to heavy by a toggle on the center stack or via the adjacent switch that cycles through the selectable Normal, Sport+, Track, and Snow/Wet drive modes, which also affect the engine response and stability control. With less than 2500 miles on the odometer, we’re still getting used to our long-termer and have yet to take it any distance from home. And the mileage accumulation definitely will take a hit soon as t...
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#3 Integrated lights. Safety should always come first, so it’s refreshing to see a brand going the extra mile on this front. The Cannondale Bad Boy 1 boasts an integrated Supernova LED lightstrip on the fork. It can be recharged via USB, for more convenience. The seatpost also features red LED lights for more visibility.
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