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2004 New Car Reviews
2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe
2004's Cadillac ESV is a luxurious yet hefty SUV that pampers with performance and style - the best of both worlds. [CADILLAC ESV REVIEW]
2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe
The 2004 Lincoln Navigator is a luxurious SUV, leaving little room to question its claim as a worthy challenger to the Cadillac Escalade. The Navigator was the original full-sized SUV market.
2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe
There is nothing busy looking about this car. It's almost as if some highly intelligent alien dropped a perfectly formed, streamlined mini space ship with wheels on the road in hopes we could all jump in. [INFINITI G35 COUPE REVIEW]
2004 Hyundai XG 350
Much to the chagrin of the competition, Hyundai is quickly becoming recognized as a manufacturer of quality vehicles. Gone are the days of hiding your Hyundai in the garage .
2004 Chevrolet Aveo
Like the Kia Rio, which has ranked as the lowest-priced new car in America for the last few years, the 2004 Chevrolet Aveo (pronounced Ah-VAY-oh) five-door hatchback and sedan are built in South Korea.
2004 Honda Pilot
The Honda Pilot seems to have struck a cord with discerning consumers. Like its more expensive family member the Acura MDX, the Pilot has been a sales winner from the beginning.
2004 Mazda RX-8
I am left then to ponder a great mystery and decide for myself the best way to categorize this most ingenious automobile. Is the all-new Mazda RX-8 a real sports car, or one of the sexiest sedans ever built? [MAZDA RX-8 REVIEW]
2004 Chrysler Sebring Convertible
Restyled for 2004, improving its already refined good looks, Sebring offers a new front fascia offers scalloped headlights and a rakish grille. 2004's Sebring appears potent.
2004 Chevy Malibu
The 2004 Malibu impresses with its comfortable ride, pleasant appearance, solid platform, more powerful V6 - not to mention its many features and clever new hatchback model. [CHEVROLET MALIBU REVIEW]
2004 Suzuki Verona
The test car had leather-trimmed seats that had well-aligned stitching, upscale, textured ceiling fabric and soft-to-the touch plastic dashboard and window ledge material [SUZUKI VERONA REVIEW]
2004 Porsche Cayenne
The new 2004 V6 Cayenne is called simply “Cayenne.” It is a totally new personality differing from the S and the Turbo and its Touareg cousins. It is more agile, more svelte because it had to be for the smaller engine. [PORSCHE CAYENNE REVIEW]
2004 Saturn Vue
Women are the majority of buyers of Saturn's sport utility vehicle, the VUE. For 2004, they're getting a surprising and improved package, a spirited ride that comes, interestingly enough, from a Honda V6 under the hood. [SATURN VUE REVIEW]
2004 BMW 5 Series
The 5 series for 2004 has undergone the first total redesign in eight years, the fifth since the series was inaugurated in 1975. The new one is larger in both size, price, and technological innovations (like the polarizing iDrive system). [BMW 5 SERIES REVIEW]
2004 VW Touareg
This first SUV from a German company best known for selling cars for the common people is attracting attention -- and awards. It's a well-proportioned SUV that eschews brutish style is decidedly upscale. [VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG REVIEW]
2004 Nissan Maxima
The crisp exterior designs hint at the car's athletic persona and its powerful engine, although the spacious passenger cabin portrays a different image. This contradiction really makes Maxima stand out. [NISSAN MAXIMA REVIEW]
2004 Dodge SRT-4
A car so swift that Dodge ranks the performance of the SRT-4 second only to the awesome Viper SRT-10 supercar in the current Dodge fleet . All of this power plus a price tag that comes in at under $20K. [DODGE SRT-4 REVIEW]
2004 Cadillac XLR
The XLR roadster is the new Cadillac halo car. If the XLR's expressive looks don't convince you, its performance and handling should.
2004 Infiniti FX
An exception to all of the squared-off sheetmetal and high-hiking roof rails of popular SUVs are the elegant curves and slinking posture of a new type of sport-ute -- the Infiniti FX. [INFINITI FX REVIEW]
2004 Subaru WRX STi
Based on the subcompact Impreza platform and derived from Subaru's WRX performance car, the WRX STi has more juice from a larger engine and more sporty paraphernalia for "The Fast and the Furious" crowd. [SUBARU WRX STI REVIEW]
2004 Buick Rainier
The new 2004 Buick Rainier is a more sound-insulated and cushioned-ride version of the mid-size SUV that parent company GM has been selling since the 2002 model year. [BUICK RAINIER REVIEW]
2004 Ford F-150
America's favorite vehicle gets a makeover for 2004. Whether you're a man or a woman, you'll love the new stylish interior -- we put the new Ford F-150 to the test! [FORD F-150 REVIEW]
2004 Saturn Ioan Quad Coupe
We test out the curvy coupe variation of ION, the compact-class marque in the line of Saturn from General Motors. [SATURN ION QUAD COUPE REVIEW]
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
Revamped for 2004, the Pontiac Grand Prix is not another ho-hum family sedan. It is stylish, sleek, powerful and does it all without losing its efficiency.
2004 Mercedes CLK Cabriolet
Redesigned for 2004, the new package design for the Mercedes CLK Series looks absolutely stunning in an emotional statement of curvaceous sheetmetal. [MERCEDES-BENZ CLK REVIEW ]
2004 Nissan Quest
This new minivan has a space-age, Jetson-family feel inside and exterior styling that looks almost like a concept car plucked from an auto show stage.
2004 Jaguar XJ8
Still handsome and still clearly a Jaguar the new XJ has lost the distinctive drooping tail section without losing its pure driving pleasure. The XJ8 continues the progress. And the delight. [JAGUAR XJ8 REVIEW]
2004 Audi A8 L
"L" stand for Long, as in wheelbase. A longer wheelbase means smoother cruising on uneven surfaces and for tall folks in the cushy backseat it means cross-legged riding comfort. This new, larger A8 tops the charts of the German luxury sedans. [AUDI A8 L REVIEW]
2004 Chrysler Crossfire
A car so unique-looking that even Bentley drivers are ogling it. Yes, it's a Chrysler, but you might even think of this stylish new model as a decently-priced Mercedes -- it is built in Germany...and with some Mercedes parts, after all. [CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE REVIEW]
2004 Chrysler Pacifica
Although it has the same number of seats as a minivan, the Pacifica doesn't drive like a large vehicle and doesn't have a minivan shape or stodgy minivan image. A functional family vehicle that's also hip and stylish? Go figure! [CHRYSLER PACIFICA REVIEW]
2004 Lexus RX 330
After five years in production with the RX 300, a luxury crossover pioneer, Lexus has developed a new version as a 2004 product that's larger and faster than the predecessor. Say 'hi' to the RX 330!
2004 Acura TSX
A spring 2003 addition to Acura's lineup, the TSX is intriguing road machinery for shoppers looking for an entry-level luxury sedan. [ACURA TSX REVIEW]
2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
You’d think with a name like Endeavor, Mitsubishi’s newest crossover vehicle would include a picture, or something, about outer space. But even without a tangible link to the heavens, the five-passenger, mid-size Endeavor comes with lofty goals. [MITSUBISHI ENDEAVOR REVIEW ]