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2013 Chrysler Town And Country Is A Dream Of Convenience, Luxury And Versatility

2013 Chrysler Town and Country Review: The 2013 Chrysler Town and Country can change minds faster than enhanced interrogation. Take the subject of dream cars. In that category, I suspect most folks rate minivans somewhere above a Yugo GVX but below a Chevy Vega. Ahhh, but then one of these people-haulers shows up in the driveway early Thanksgiving week, just as a cross-state family junket looms, and you find that …

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2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Is A ‘People Mover’

2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Sneak Peek: If you want to torque off a Ford partisan, just point to the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon and call it a minivan. In a heartbeat, he or she will sit you down and get your mind right. Yes, the Transit Connect Wagon is front-wheel drive; yes, it seats up to seven in three rows; yes, it has a rear liftgate; and yes, …

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Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion

Fusion, Dart Lead “Car Of The Year” Short List

Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion Review: The Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion are two of the favorites among the short list of candidates for 2013 North American Car of the Year. The Dart and Fusion are among five cars from Detroits traditional Big Three, plus five more from Japan, and one from Germany that comprise the 11 cars voted onto the short list by 50 independent automotive journalists. Along with …

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GMC Terrain SUV Stylish, Good Value

2012 GMC Terrain Review: When I drove a GMC Terrain a couple years back I was impressed by its fit, finish and good value in the small sport-SUV or crossover market. Not much has changed in a couple years. The Terrain is larger than many smaller SUVs and crossovers but isn’t big enough to be a seven-person hauler. Yet there is ample room for five adults and their luggage. Plus, …

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2013 Ford Escape

2013 Ford Escape Review: Ford has always had a knack for doing trucks. Even some of its cars looked like trucks. The prime example was the Ford Escape. It looked like a truck-based sport utility vehicle, not unlike its bigger sibling, the Ford Explorer, though it really was a high-rider wagon, what the industry now calls a crossover. For many years, the Explorer was the best-selling mid-size SUV. Built like …

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Mazda’s CX-5 Hits the Turns Right

2012 Mazda CX-5 Review: The Mazda CX-5 is an attractive vehicle that offers better than average gas mileage, a pleasant ride, above average handling and a stylish interior. The CX-5 feels solid and well built, with a quiet and luxurious interior. That’s helped by perforated tan leather seating and soft-touch black textured trim on the dash and doors. A black gloss trim strip accents the dash while the remaining interior …

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Honda CR-V Style Aimed at Reclaiming Top Spot

2012 Honda CR-V Review: Honda got quite comfortable when its CR-V became the largest-selling sport-utility vehicle in the industry in 2007 and held that position until 2011. Only production losses caused by the tragic earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan dropped the CR-V behind the Ford Escape as the top-selling SUV, but just over a year later, Honda is back up to speed and projecting the new fourth generation CR-V …

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Taurus, Flex Get Early Renovations

2013 Ford Flex and 2013 Ford Taurus Review: The completely redone Ford Fusion won’t reach showrooms until late summer, but its flashy restyling has been the talk of the auto show circuit. In fact, it may be the reason Ford created an all-new Taurus ahead of its time. The 2013 Taurus is a car for all reasons for those who need, or want, a large car. And it also is …

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