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The 5th generation Chrysler minivans due out around the end of September 2007 plan on knocking some wind out of the competition. They will offer segment firsts, such as a six-speed transaxle, LED interior lighting and a one-touch power folding 3rd row seat (60/40 split bench). Prospective buyers will have their choice of five different models, three seating and storage systems and three V6 engines but short wheelbase versions are no longer available.
VehicleVoice/AutoPacific resident Toyota Tacoma owner takes his first long road trip. To Yellowstone and back. He even drove on TWO LANE ROADS!
Infiniti gives us our first chance behind the wheel of their latest superstar, the 330HP G27 coupe. The optional four-wheel active steer system makes a believer out of us.
Infiniti gives us our first chance behind the wheel of their latest superstar, the 330HP G27 coupe. The optional four-wheel active steer system makes a believer out of us.
The CX-9 is a "large" Crossover SUV - not the size of the Tahoe-sized GM Lambda Crossover SUVs like the GMC Acadia, Saturn Outlook and Buick Enclave, but still big enough to have a relatively comfortable 3rd row seat.
This article on Ford's spin off of Premier Automotive Group appeared in the July 26th web-release by the British business magazine The Economist. VehicleVoice commentary is peppered throughout.
Using data from AutoPacific's national Vehicle Satisfaction research and the IntelliChoice Best Overall Value information, AutoPacific and IntelliChoice have developed the Motorist Choice Award - a unique tool that can be used by consumers to help them sort through the myriad of choices in today's automotive marketplace.

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AutoPacific take on Mazda3 win – With a combination of great breaking, handling, and ride Mazda has found a sweet spot in the Compact Car segment. Winning the Compact Car category in the 2007 Motorist Choice Awards® the Mazda3 provides owners with a great value in an easy to live with package.
IntelliChoice take on Mazda3 win – The Mazda3 does not lead the class in any one area, but has solid retained value, and performs above average in both fuel and maintenance costs.

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