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2010 Dodge Grand Caravan

3
It's ironic that the company that first mass-marketed the minivan is the last one still making them - among Detroit's Big Three, at least. GM and Ford no longer sell a traditional...

2011 Buick Enclave

2
Five years ago, the following statement would have been laughable: Buick sells one of the nicest - and maybe the nicest - plus-sized crossovers on the market. Today, it's gospel truth. Seriously. The 2011 Enclave...

2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK

1
Two key things to know about the new Mercedes-Benz GLK: First, its size. The GLK is slightly smaller than current mid-sized crossover SUVs  like the Lexus RX350 - and bigger than compact-sized...

2011 Dodge Challenger

7
Back in 1970, the Dodge Challenger was rougher around the edges than the Chevy Camaro and Ford Mustang. It came to the game a few years late; it was heavier and...

2010 Hyundai Sante Fe

0
Here's something uncommon: a manual six-speed transmission as an available feature in a medium-sized crossover SUV. The Hyundai Sante Fe is almost unique in this respect. But it's not the only area where...

2011 Nissan Sentra

0
It's getting really tough to figure out which new small car is the best small car - because almost all of them are pretty damn good. There's the new Ford Fiesta -...

2011 Dodge Nitro

2
The Dodge Nitro isn't a favorite of car journalists. Google reviews of this chunky little SUV and you'll see it gets slammed a lot. It has a silly name (ok, fair enough)....

2011 Mazda Miata

1
The Mazda Miata and the Ford Model T may not seem to have much in common. But in one important way, they both achieved something that very few other cars ever...

2011 Suzuki Kizashi

2
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

4
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...
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