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New Car Reviews

New Car Reviews


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

2011 Suzuki Kizashi

On four wheels, Suzuki is barely even a presence in the U.S market - even though it's one of the dominant players when it comes to two-wheeled machinery. For whatever reason, Suzuki...

2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid

American car companies lost market share in the '70s and '80s to a great extent because they lost consumer confidence. Hit or miss quality control - an endless conga line of...

2011 Honda Accord sedan

Honda's Accord has long been the yin to the Toyota Camry's yang. Sporty, modern-looking and high-tech - whereas the Camry has traditionally been flabbier-looking and stodgier-feeling. One was for younger up...

2011 GMC Acadia

GMC is GM's upscale SUV and truck division - up a notch from Chevy, not quite as high-end as Cadillac. Until just a couple of years ago, GMC only sold trucks -...

2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara

There are a dozen or more compact-sized SUVs on the market, but only a few have real (truck-type) four-wheel-drive - 4WD with Low range gearing. Suzuki's Grand Vitara is one of these...

2011 Ford Transit Connect

Name any category of vehicle - compact cars, sport sedans, luxury SUVs, crossovers - and there are multiple choices; sometimes as many as a dozen in any single category But the Ford...

2011 Infiniti G37x

Check it out: For $46k, you could buy a new Lexus GS350 with rear wheel drive and 303 hp V-6.  $38k will buy you a new Caddy CTS with AWD and 270 hp....

2011 Mazda2

Hyper-small cars are making a comeback in the United States. How small? Check out the new Mazda2. It is 18 inches shorter, nose to tail, than the "compact" sized 2011 Ford Fiesta...

2010 Toyota Corolla

Ok, it's nothing much to look at - and let's be honest, nothing special to drive, either. But the Toyota Corolla has the one thing that matters most to literally millions of...

2011 Toyota Venza

Apparently, station wagons are not cool. And "crossovers" are becoming too commonplace. So what do you call a new vehicle that's based on an existing sedan and has most of the characteristics...
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