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Motorweek, the PBS-oriented car show, announced the winners of its 2006 Driver's Choice Awards at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show.
Motorweek, the PBS-oriented car show, announced the winners of its 2006 Driver's Choice Awards at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show.
Ford and GM going head-to-head this fall with major changes to their large SUVs, and Expedition adds an Extended Length version.
Just like the Lincoln MKX, the Edge uses the platform introduced with Ford's latest trio of mid-size sedans, the Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln Zephyr. Edge will broaden Ford's SUV lineup to five when it arrives in late 2006, similar to Toyota's lineup. Ford dealers will offer Edge, Explorer, Escape, Freestyle, and Expedition for 2007MY. Edge is sized and powered above Escape, but smaller than the Explorer or Freestyle. It brings Ford's car-based SUV total to three (Escape, Edge, Freestyle), with the Explorer and Expedition continuing their truck-based personalities.
VehicleVoice (http://www.vehiclevoice.com) and AutoPacific (http://www.autopacific.com) were impressed with the previous Ford Sport Trac and are more impressed with the new 2007 version of Ford's Sport Utility Truck. The 1st Sport Trac was a funky, hose-it-out, derivative of a two-generations ago Explorer. In its last year in production, the first gen Sport Trac came within a hair's breadth of winning AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Award for the compact pickup category. This is quite an achieve for a last-year vehicle.
We first met Nancy Gioia at the launch of the Thunderbird Roadster where she was the chief program engineer. She was open, friendly, conversational and a solid representative
We first met Nancy Gioia at the launch of the Thunderbird Roadster where she was the chief program engineer. She was open, friendly, conversational and a solid representative
Car & Driver 10Best Cars for 2006 provides some interesting winners. VehlcleVoice provides a thoughtful counterpoint.
Car & Driver 10Best Cars for 2006 provides some interesting winners. VehlcleVoice provides a thoughtful counterpoint.
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