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2011-’12 Saab 9-5: Not The Same-Old Same-Old

If you buy a new Saab 9-5, you will be one of 806 people in the U.S. (so far, as of this writing in late 2011) to own one. That means only...

2012 Toyota Prius: The Only Sensible Hybrid?

It's hard to believe but the Toyota Prius has been around for a decade now. It is both the first successful mass-market hybrid and - by far - the best selling...

2012 BMW X5: The “Crossover” With Cojones

BMW's X5 has one thing no other mid-sized luxury-brand crossover's got - an available turbodiesel engine - and another thing very few others - in fact, just one, the Infiniti FX...

2012 New Truck/SUV Preview, Highlights & Predictions

The 2012 model year is almost here - and could mark a turning point away from traditional (truck-based) SUVs, at least as far as mass-market vehicles. The redesigned Ford Explorer, for openers,...

2012 Range Rover Sport: 33 MPG Turbo Diesel … But Not For US

Well, this is a drag. The 2012 Range Rover Sport will offer a brand-new 3 liter turbodiesel engine and eight speed automatic capable of 33 MPG. Oh. Wait a sec. It just won't...

2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart: The AWD M80

There is some good news out there. Even as the stock market tanks (again), we're living in exceptionally good times as far as new cars are concerned. Performance cars especially. The "base" versions are...

2012 Audi Q7 TDI: Behemoth is a Dinosaur!

So, what's the real-world mileage of Audi's Q7 TDI? I wish I could give you an exact number but while I was trying to get the Q's fussy trip computer to...

2012 Hyundai Elantra: The Next Compact Car BMOC?

Hyundai is becoming a juggernaut. The Korean automaker isn't content merely to be competitive. It intends to dominate. Last year, the new Sonata cold-cocked the mid-sized family car segment, with features such...

2012 GMC Acadia: The Crossover That Can

Until just a couple of years ago, GMC only sold trucks - and truck-based SUVs. They were slightly nicer, trim-wise, than a Chevy truck or SUV - but not as pricey as...

2012 Mazda5: It puts the “mini” back in “van”

If you think about it, most current "minivans" aren't. They're pretty huge, actually. The 2011 Toyota Sienna, for example, is 200.2 inches long, has a 119.3 inch wheelbase and weighs 4,275 lbs. It's a...
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