Soren, I'm not sure what you're saying about the car chases in the Bourne movies. My point is that in those movies, we learn something about Bourne from the car he's using. The script and choreography of the car chases show us how smart and skilled he is. He hops into a little car and we think, "Uh, that's a terrible car for a car chase". Five minutes later, we've learned that it was, in fact, the perfect car for the car chase.
In Haywire, it's a perfectly fine car chase, just like the action scenes are perfectly fine action sequences. But it's missing Bourne's meaningful context. I didn't understand the point of her taking a street racer down a snowy road to evade a four-wheel drive. I thought maybe we were going to get a cool rally racing sequence with sliding and whatnot, and I would have then gone "Oh, I see why she went down the snowy road!". Instead, she just drives really fast, hits a deer, and gets caught.
It's ultimately not a big deal. It's just part of how I feel the movie wasn't nearly as good as it could have been because Lem Dobbs is clearly no Tony Gilroy.