A high performance car with power only from Mercedes-Benz

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG is a superb sports machine that will be available in the market soon. The 577hp, twin-turbo V-8 crowning glory of the S-class is expected to hit the market in November. It will do 0 to 60 in less than four seconds (some test indicates that it did 0 – 62 in 3.9 seconds) and will be equipped with every technology that Mercedes-Benz has to offer. The top speed is electronically controlled at 186 mph. The manufacturer promises 22.8 mpg. This will be the most powerful in its class.

Where Audi and BMW fail to fill a gap for higher end performance vehicles, Mercedes-Benz delivers S63 AMG to cater to the lucky few. Only a selected five percent of Mercedes-Benz users create a demand for such a beauty. The high performance breaking system comes with carbon-ceramic that are housed behind the 19-inch forged aluminum wheels. Instead of traditional battery, S63 AMG comes with lithium-ion battering as a way to reduce weight. But the car still weighs two tons, but 220 pounds less than its predecessors.

One can still identify S63 from rest of the S-class from outside due to its chrome accent strips.

A hip car for the younger generation from Honda

The KBB honored Honda comes out with six trims of 2.4liter, 185 horsepower (hp) and four trims of 3.5liter, 375hp V6 Honda Accord Coupe for 2013 and Honda Accord Coupe EX being the highest trim line that anyone can get for 2013 in manual. The Honda Accord has been on the Car and Driver 10 Best List for over 27 times. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave a 5-star overall vehicle rating for Honda Accord Coupe.

The six-speed manual is equipped with fog lights, power moonroof, keyless access, rearview camera, and start/stop button as standard and reasonably priced at $25,815. It accelerates from 0-60 in 6.6 seconds and comes with six-speed transmission and the breaking distance of 121 feet at 60 mph. The EPA estimated city/highway mileage is 24/34. The manual is an outstanding car for a younger generation that is looking for value and performance.

The V6, weigh 3367 pounds (compared to 3201 pounds of I-4) and available trims deliver 18/21 city and 28/32 highway mpg. Prices range from $27,757 to $32,350 with navigation. You can buy it in six-speed manual or automatic transmission. It snaps 0-60 in 5.5 seconds. The sound quality from the system inside the car is superior to any comparable.