Saab 9 – 3 Aero Review

Posted on 27. Feb, 2006 by .

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Growing up in Southern California, I've never understood the whole Swedish carmaker thing. SoCal drivers need an all-weather car like tacos need herring. Although a Volvo car was the left equivalent of a Ford F250 and a Saab was a cap and gown on wheels, was speed-crazy Angelinos Nordic transport about as exciting as farm […]

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2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara Review

Posted on 03. Feb, 2006 by .

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Novice violin student with the "Suzuki method" are not allowed to touch their instruments for month. Aspiring musicians who are not driven to insanity by repeated fingering cardboard figures often go to beautiful music to make once. Too bad Suzuki Suzuki not practice, we were able to avoid all the weak and funny-looking conditions last […]

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2006 Pontiac Torrent Review

Posted on 27. Jan, 2006 by .

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On a recent episode of Jeopardy, none of the candidates to identify the company responsible known for motorsports miscarriages as Aztek and Grand Prix. Seems GM has "excitement" division remove some heavy brush. Despite the paddle-to-the-chest prospects for the new Solstice, are the most important brand hopes for bailout with the torrent. It is unfortunate […]

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2005 Jeep Commander Review

Posted on 17. Nov, 2005 by .

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You can not blame Jeep for launching a retro-style seven-seater at a time dealer forecourts have become sport utility tar pits. The Dark Lords of DCX pulled the trigger of the Commander when the petrochemical sun was shining, hay was made and used the word "hybrid" orchids, vegetables and livestock. The logic was sound: fecund […]

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Chrysler Pacifica Review

Posted on 22. Sep, 2005 by .

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The original Pacifica crossover is launched by Chrysler before high gas prices sky the entire genre with turbocharging. The Pacifica combines the utility of a minivan (without the stigma of actually having a drive) (bumper stickers without dirty looks from drivers with "Proud To Be Vegan"), the raised seating position of an SUV and the […]

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Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible GT Review

Posted on 07. Sep, 2005 by .

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You can not judge added a PT Cruiser Convertible to its acceleration, ride and handling, as you hold a Harley Davidson Softail on its ability to speed with a Honda Blackbird basis. As a "cruiser", can the PT Convertible be judged by only one metric: the feel-good factor (FGF). They led owners of milk at […]

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2005 Subaru B9 Tribeca Review

Posted on 09. Aug, 2005 by .

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Without prompting always took my 11 year old daughter to look at the new Subaru B9 Tribeca and said 'ew'. And there you have it. Scooby first ever SUV is a hopelessly savage beast, the design should have canceled a femtosecond after conception. While Subaru want to convince us that "ugly ass" and "dynamic lines" […]

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Bentley Continental Flying Spur Review

Posted on 17. Jul, 2005 by .

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If you want a lesson in engineering excellence, drive the new Bentley Continental Flying Spur slowly. At 35 mph with only 1500rpms on the odometer, the go-pedal responds to the slightest pressure with a perfectly measured amount of additional momentum. Back ditto the brakes. At the same time, the large helmets Bentley power steering with […]

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Volvo S40 T5 Review

Posted on 07. Jul, 2005 by .

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Life for this wee Swede has not been easy. Low man on the totem pole, half bastard stepchild of the Asian rest of the family sat, S40 idle in darkened exhibition room corners, while siblings exaggerated politeness of the brand design NordicTrack. Can do something about, but see their brothers come with accelerated reflexes, extended […]

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Land Rover LR3 HSE Review

Posted on 28. Jun, 2005 by .

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There comes a point in every enthusiast's life when it's time to slow down, at least until some of the forfeited penalty points on their license. To avoid a complete loss of personal mobility, hamstrung throttle jockeys are often found the transition to a slower vehicle. Not tuned to the ways of the Sloth, slide […]

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