Acura MDX Review

Posted on 06. Dec, 2006 by .

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Brace yourself gentle reader. The sophomore model Acura MDX is neither appreciably larger, even more difficult than the previous 2006 model. Yes, it's true. Improvement without additional mass: Bloat In this era of the automobile, when the vast majority of the major manufacturers of fashion and safety requirements to meet with ever-increasing automobile are overweight, […]

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Saturn Vue Green Line Review

Posted on 23. Nov, 2006 by .

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In 1971, U.S. Senator Roman Hruska rose to defend an undistinguished Supreme Court nominee named G. Harrold Carswell. "Even if he is mediocre, there are a lot of mediocre judges and people and lawyers. You are entitled to a little representation, are not you?" And entitles its successor to the wheels befitting their station in […]

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Saturn Outlook Review

Posted on 20. Nov, 2006 by .

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Soccer Moms, the fossil-feasting truck SUVs known for their parental responsibilities adopted the truth: the genre fall out of fashion faster than Sony's PS2. Style-conscious sprog tractor mover now want a spacious rug-rat, the flow is not no tankers or cry mommy van. For they are crossovers The Next Big Thing. They are eyeing vehicles […]

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Acura RSX Review

Posted on 16. Nov, 2006 by .

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Beloved, we are here to meet the Acura RSX, whose life was cut short by overlapping products and confused brand identity honor gathered. Since 2002, this, the U.S. version of the fourth-generation Honda Integra, strong support of consumer and numerous awards from former auto critics, including two consecutive year on Car and Driver's 10Best list […]

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Chrysler 300 Review

Posted on 10. Nov, 2006 by .

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Slogans such as "breakthrough," "paradigm" and "integration" are management Viagra. They give ignorant execs and clueless PR folk the power to appear talented. But not a word is the Flack Talker soul Brand like "synergy." And no other word was often used to justify the merger of Daimler-Benz and Chrysler. But what happens when you […]

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Mitsubishi Evo IX MR Review

Posted on 09. Nov, 2006 by .

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There is an industrial road outside of Chicago, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions more per mile than anywhere, but the work has in Mizushima, Japan. It is the drag race shop with several 600 + hp, carbon-paneled versions vying for space. There is the tuner business, flock to the literally dozens of Evos to dyno. And […]

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Lincoln MKZ Review

Posted on 03. Nov, 2006 by .

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Last year, Zephyr was the automotive embodiment of all that is wrong with Ford and Lincoln. The little badge developed Ford Fusion still a cheap gilded nail hammered into the coffin of the once mighty Lincoln brand. So now Ford has the Zephyr a new name, engine and front-end, an MP3 audio jack and available […]

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Saturn Sky Red Line Review

Posted on 31. Oct, 2006 by .

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The Saturn Sky was a great success. Not because of it. A great car, an absence of significant trunk and the model is less than exhilarating driving dynamics make it a toy with limited play value But the Sky hits the ball out of the park in the style department. In fact, the Sky is […]

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Infiniti G35 Sport Review

Posted on 26. Oct, 2006 by .

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When I worked for Infiniti, I would spend a lot of pissed off at my day. Infiniti G35 meets the Japanese BMW? One has the rankle. Not as much as G35 meets the poor man's BMW, but more than enough to discourage auto execs. All the way from Yokohama to Boulogne-Billancourt In fact, I bet […]

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Lincoln MKX Review

Posted on 24. Oct, 2006 by .

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What was the ninth generation from Lincoln Mark series? Somewhere in the Lincoln brand Twisted nomenclature, there is a missing link: a link between the rip-snorting Lincoln Mark VIII and X. cute-ute market I mean MKX. While no one at the Lincoln brand awareness roadshow bought Houstonian the sly attempt to align the disparate Mark […]

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