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This week on Let’s Talk Cars, from AutoPacific, a whole new slew of award-winning vehicles, plus a fresh look at the Mitsubishi Endeavor, and will the Suzuki Grand Vitara survive the dreaded baby car seat test!

First, “Let’s Talk Cars” host Cameron Barrett chats up AutoPacific’s newest analyst Keagan Patrick about the IVAs – that’s the Ideal Vehicle Awards. Being new, Keegan didn’t know enough to run in the other direction when he saw the Let’s Talk Cars crew bearing down on him. Thanks for the interview, Keagan!

Next, VehicleVoice correspondent David Barrett takes the Mitsubishi Endeavor – winner of the AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Award for Premium Mid-Size Sport Utilities – out for a test [...]

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Mitsubishi ConceptCT shows one way to build an aspirational small car.
The latest iteration of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder will be unveiled at the 2006 Detroit auto show this January. Sales will start in spring 2006, in time for summertime top-down motoring. While unveiling a convertible in the Midwest in January may seem an unlikely venue, Mitsubishi has a history of launching Eclipse production and concept models in Detroit.
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