Track Test Drive – 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility at Atlanta Motor Speedway

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 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility Review The irony of driving a 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility hard on an autocross track near Atlanta? Someone we know… recently paid a ridiculously high-priced speeding ticket to the City of Atlanta. But was it an Explorer police truck that pulled that person over? Nope. A motorcycle cop. Which is rare in 2014. Ford notes that more than 60-percent of new police vehicles solid this year were Interceptor Utilities. The Explorer Police upfit is simply the most popular cop car around — and this includes the Dodge Charger and even the Charger V8 AWD. The Interceptor Utility comes with a thorough police overhaul, including optional bulletproof Kevlar panels in the doors and the backs of the seats — to keep our men in blue safe when in harmful situations. Other additions to the civilian model? A larger oil cooler, steel wheels, a heavy-duty suspension, and jumbo …

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First Drive Review – 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe 3.6 AWD Drives Well, But Lacks Sex Appeal at $55,000 Price

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            The new ATS Coupe from Cadillac would appear to have all the right stuff – on paper. But as we griped in an Op-Ed article this summer, the results in the real world are less than thrilling. http://www.car-revs-daily.com/2014/07/03/op_ed-2015-cadillac-ats-coupe-is-boring/ How can a new executive coupe be so terminally dull? Ultimately, we struggle greatly about what benefits the Coupe has over the better-looking sedan. As noted in the video above, the ATS Coupe is theoretically stiffer in the chassis department — and perhaps a bit sportier in its handling tune. 2014 Cadillac ATS Sedan But it is also very, very small from the inside and boring on the outside. Despite its coupe profile, there is little about the ATS Coupe with a V6 and AWD that makes it feel frisky or playful like a BMW 2 series. That is a big shame, and a huge missed …

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