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June Road Tests - Saleen Mustang S-351 (Steve Saleen has saddled Ford's new pony with bags of handling and horsepower. Wanna rumble>), Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible versus Pontiac Firebird Formula Convertible (an open-air pair of pumped up ponycars), 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX ("X" marks the spotlight generation for the second iteration of Mitsubishi's all-wheel-drive sports coupe), 1995 Nissan Maxima SE (no more '4-door sports car"? Our little secret; the new softer, quieter Maxima is also quicker and more nimble) Features - Pizazz At Palexpo (Our photo essay of the 64th Geneva automobile show. We can only hope that we look this good when we turn 64), Saleen Mustang R-R-R (a 576 bhp Ford Mustang for the street? What are you - some kind of comedian? Steve Saleen meets Tim Allen), 4WD Bushwackers (soin' the dunes in a Land Rover Defender 90, an AM General HUMMER, a Toyota Land Cruiser and a Jeep Wrangler), Salon: World War II Jeep MB (a fond salute to the WWII conveyance that, on June 6, 1944, became the most popular vehicle in all of France), LOong-Term Introduction: Honda Civic del Sol VTEC (when Honda added the VTEC cocoa butter, we decided to spend a year in the sun), Long-Term Wrapup: Dodge Intrepid ES (R&T's workhorse with wanderlust - 40,000 miles on the clock - is finally put out to pasture), Centre International de I'Automobile Museum (it owns no cars, but it regularly attracts a crowd of cars that attracts a crowd of car lovers) First Drives - Opel Omega (the Cadillac of Opels (or is it the Opel of Cadillacs?) makes its European debut and is decclared fit for a wreath and crest), Saab 900S & 900SE (the second generation of the bread and butter Saab is now bred and buttered in 3-door and turbo-versions), Mitsubishi 3000GT Spyder VR-4 (sell the kids (it's adult fun), sell the house (it's pricey), and sell tickets to the retractable-hardtop show), Not Quite Cars: Land Rover Discovery & Toyota Mega Cruiser (two new ways to enjoy the great outdoors (or secure the DMZ perimeter) Technical - Technology Update: Gasoline, Octane and All (these fuelish things, distilling truths, detonating myths and just knocking around) Columns - Miscellaneous Ramblings (race courses, golf courses and a six-course meal. Our Editor shares conversation and cuisine with Migel Mansell), Side Glances (Peter Egan welcomes car awareness into acceptance as cultural literacy and automotive books into the literature of culture), About The Sport (you can race big and expensive (the Ferrari 348 Challenge) or small and affordable (Competition Package Neons), Inside Formula I (Round One. The Brazilian GP is a somber moment for Ayrton Senna and a samba occasion for Michael Cchumacher), Inside Indy Car (a checkered flag in Australia welcomes Michael Andretti back to Indy Car in a stormy opener to the 1994 season) Departments - People & Places, Letters to the Editor, Years Ago, Ampersand, Technical Correspondence, Tech Tidbits, Time & Place, Road Test Summary, Reviews, Showcase, Market Place, PS
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July Road Tests - Bugatti EB 110 (In our exclusive test, we discover that this much-hyped exotic lives up to its legendary name...and could be the best of them all); Oldsmobile Aurora (This car don't need no stinkin' badges - it's the finest new Oldsmobile to come down the assembly line in many a decade); Audi Cabriolet vs. BMW 325i Convertible vs. Mercedes-Benz E320 Cabriolet (Airing out the differences of three topless Teutons); Ford Windstar LX Wagon vs. Plymouth Grand Voyager LE (Will the new Windstar take some wind out of the Voyager's sales? Find out here) Features - Long-Term Test: Toyota Supra and Mercedes-Benz 400E (A perfect "date" car and a brief lesson in Mercedes-Benz nomenclature); Owner Survey: 1990-1993 Infiniti Q45, Lexus LS 400 (Four years ago, they took America by storm. Today, we see how they've held up); Salon: Rover-BRM (Phil Hill takes a closer look at the fascinating turbine car he lapped (and smelled) at Le Mans in 1964); My First Trip To America (Times were indeed different in 1954, when Rob Walker journeyed to Sebring as a timekeeper for Aston Martin) First Drives - Ford Countour/Mercury Mystique (Forget the Tempo and Topaz; Ford has its sights set on the whole world with this new dynamic duo); Porsche 911 Cabriolet (Paul Frere samples the new 993 (911) Cabriolet and finds that it's solid and as light as the coupe); Chrysler Cirrus/Dodge Stratus (Chrysler aims for the sky (and the Nissan Altima and Honda Accord) with its new JA models); Audi AB (The "A" stands for aluminum, lots of aluminim, found just about everywhere in this new lightweight sedan that's soon bound for the States); Chevrolet Impala SS (It's amazing what Corvette power, Corvette-size rubber and black paint can do for the much-maligned Caprice); Not Quite Cars: 1995 GMC Jimmy (GMC Truck's long-awaited 2- and 4-door response to Ford's overwhelmingly successful Explorer) Competition - On The Edge (He's young. He's fast. He's brash. He's Robbie Gordon, giving author Bob Judd a scary taste of life on the edge) Technical - GPS And The No-Longer-Lost Generation (Will the 24 NAVSTAR satellites of the Global Positioning System light our way home?) Columns - Miscellaneous Ramblings - While Shelby talks of a new Cobra, from Bryant's Woodie Wagon emerges from the local high-school auto shop); Side Glances (Peter Egan looks back on his days in boot camp, when a Dodge Charger was a potent symbol of freedom); About The Sport (Joe Rusz has a typical work day: jetting to Indy (with Al Unser Jr. and Paul Tracy) for a surprise announcement); Inside Formula 1 (The Pacific Grand Prix: Michael Schumacher wins the debut race at Mr. Hajime Tanaka's hard-to-reach playground); Inside Indy Car (Poor, poor Paul Tracy. Can the talented young Canadian driver experience any good luck this season?) Departments - People & Places; Letters To The Editor; Years Ago; Ampersand; Tech Tidbits; Road Test Summary; Technical Correspondence; Time & Place; Showcase; Market Place, PS
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October Features - New For '95 (The armchair automobile shopper's delight: R&T's 22-page showroom of every new production car available in the U.S.); New For '95: Sport Utility Vehicles (From the safari to the supermarket, here's the off-road entertainment roundup for 1995); How To Drive A Bargain (The only dealers you ought to gamble with are in Vegas: Peter Bohr shows how to get the best price on a new car); Long-Term Introduction: Mazda Millenia S (Mazda's work with Mr. Wankel's engine went well; now we'll try a year with Mr. Miller's idea) Road Tests - Ferrari F355 Berlinetta (It has the highest normally aspirated bhp-per-liter in the production-car world. Check out the numbers); Chevrolet Monte Carlo Z34 vs. Ford Thunderbird LX V-8 (GM's 210-bhp six-shooter goes gunning for Ford's modular V-8) First Drives - 1995 Dodge Avenger ES (A more aptly named car there never was if this Daytona replacement has its way with the sports-coupe market); 1995 Audi A6 & S6 (These slightly revised Audi 100 and S4 sedans - one suave, the other sporty - are still trying to adjust to American life) Technical - Technology Update: Tire Trends, Facts And Myths (On tire tech, tire-oglyphics (how to read a sidewall) and curbing overinflated claims) Competition - Millen Mountain (This year at Pikes Peak, the spotlight was on Rod the Rocket as the course record didn't just fall, it collapsed outright) Columns - Miscellaneous Ramblings (They're still calling for "Bruuuuuce" in France, but it's Meyers, not Springsteen, that the Le Mans crowd loves); Side Glances (Restoration versus reformation: an old Triumph TR-4 and a new Mazda Miata locked in a battle for Peter Egan's soul); About The Sport (When push comes to shove, Mercedes takes on Alfa and Opel in the German Touring Car Championship); Inside Formula 1 (Mansell returns in the F1 scene in France with a shrug, and Damon Hill wins the British GP with a fist in the air); Inside Indy Car (Little Al - seels like the less he says, the more he wins - demonstrates his silent superiority in Cleveland and Portland) Departments - People & Places; Letters To The Editor; Years Ago; Ampersand; Technical Correspondence; Road Test Summary; Tech Tidbits; Time & Place; Showcase; Maarket Place; PS
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