Fuel economy this week: 33.7mpg
OK, so it's not the fire-breathing, twin-turbocharged V6 version of the Stinger which has been worrying some of the established performance saloons; rather our most recent long-term test car is the four-cylinder, 2.0-litre single turbo version.
Where the V6 version lures with angry performance and a zest for fast driving, this is a more subdued affair – although it still delivers a not insignificant 244bhpat 6,200rpm and a useful 260lb ft of torque between a lowly 1,400rpm and 3,500rpm.
For the record, the top speed is 149mph, with 0-62mph acceleration in 5.8 seconds.
Our first impressions are of a well-proportioned saloon with sleek good looks. You might call it generic, but it certainly attracts some attention - one gent even thought it was a BMW until he got close enough to red the badges. He was not alone and I have received several other compliments, and you can't help but notice people sneaking admiring glances as you drive.