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Dealing with that last one first, it's the 20,360 695 Yamaha XSR, a car designed to celebrate the brand's sponsorship of the MotoGP motorcycle racing championship. Let's move on to the more permanent addition to the range, and the subject of this first drive, the 17,360 595 Trofeo. Dropping into the gap between the 15,260 entry level 595 and the 18,360 595 Turismo, it has a 158bhp, 169lb ft version of the 1.4 T Jet turbo engine. That's 15bhp over the standard 595 and 5bhp under the burberry trenchcoat outlet online 163bhp Turismo. As you might expect from the closely stacked nature of these power stats, and the identical torque figures, a 7.3 second 0 62mph time is common to both the Trofeo and the Turismo. The Turismo will go 1mph faster at the top end, but Trofeo owners can console themselves with the knowledge that their cars take 0.5 seconds less than the basic 595 to reach 62mph from zero. The Trofeo has extra bits and bobs, too: bigger 17 inch alloys, drilled front discs, a two mode, four pipe 'Dual Record Monza exhaust', and Koni rear dampers which (along with the non Koni front struts) feature frequency selective damping (FSD). An additional burberry private sale 2016 internal oil way in each damper is designed to bring a handling improvement over high frequency bumps that affect ride, without damaging the suspension's ability to sort out the low frequency wheel movements that impact on roadholding. That's the plan at least, although you might wonder how effective these mods are when things get rowdy. Inside, you're essentially getting the usual Abarth 500 'grotto style' look with cool seats featuring six big circular holes and Abarth stitched head restraints., a leather wrapped wheel and a seven inchU Connect infotainment system with some simple telemetry functions. The roads on our Sardinian test route were nicely surfaced, allowing full enjoyment of the Trofeo's determined, terrier like handling. Tall drivers won't rate the tight, narrow cabin, but the front end bite and apex gobbling tenacity of the Trofeo is ample compensation on the right roads. Put a lot of that down to the blend of Torque Transfer Control, which is Fiat's moniker for torque vectoring, with precise and meaty steering whose only sin is its reluctance to pass much feedback through to the driver. You can chuck the Trofeo into a tight corner and practically exit in a four wheel drift as long as the ESP stays out of the proceedings.
Grippy seats, a feelsome wheel, a reasonable gearchange and a sense of robustness all help to spur the driver on. The 1.4 Multijet turbo motor is eager to join in the fun too, at low or high revs, the exhaust contributing with a percussive volley of sound.