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New Car Reviews


Honest opinions - the good, bad and ugly. View the entire archive.

2006 Corvette Z06

Most of us will never lay our paws on a Stradivarius -- or wrap our poor-boy lips around a $1,500 bottle of wine to go with our Chef Boy-R-Dee. Some things are...

2006 GMC Sierra1500 hybrid

A hybrid truck like the full-size GMC Sierra 1500 (and its sister truck, the Chevy Silverado 1500) may be the best hybrid vehicle of all. Or at least, one of the most...

2006 Cadillac DTS

Let's say you're in the market for a well-equipped, full-size luxury sedan that's not an old man's car -- but also doesn't have the jutting angles, 20-inch chromed wheels and pimp-strut...

2006 MazdaSpeed6

Cars like the turbocharged, all-wheel-drive Subaru WRX STi and Mitsubishi Evo are Big Fun. Except, of course, if you're over 30 and could live without the Big Wing (and other cop-magnet...

2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac: Better the second time around?

The original Sport Trac was a clever fusion of pick-up truck and SUV. Its four-door crew cab had room enough for people -- and its abbreviated bed had room enough for...

2007 Nissan Maxima CVT

Nissan's Maxima wasn't the first fast four-door -- but it did help popularize the "four door sports car" concept back in the mid-late '80s. At that time, most sedans were doughy...

2006 Hyundai Azera

A $24,000 full-size luxury car sounds almost too good to be true -- or at the very least, a bit of an exaggeration. After all, $24k is pretty much what you'd...

2006 Ford Five Hundred

Does anyone make an honest cup of coffee anymore? Or is the only option a $3 cup of "venti"? How about a down-to-earth family car? You know, something solid and unpretentious -- a...

2006 Lincoln Zephyr

GM, though still struggling overall, has managed to successfully rehab its once-ailing Cadillac division with a lineup of visually provocative, high-powered/high-impact cars and trucks which are almost the polar opposite of...

2007 Pontiac G6 Retractable Hardtop

Remember when VCRs cost $1,500? Today, you can get one for about $100 (or even less). Once the basic technology was hammered out, the focus turned to stamping them out in ever...
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