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2007 Vehicle Road Test Review Archive

2007 Chrysler Sebring

The fun and sporty 2007 Mazda CX-7 is the perfect companion for any spring time drive, with its fun-loving convertible top and zoom-zoom appeal. [MAZDA CX-7 REVIEW]

2007 Chrysler Sebring
With its sleek new look and roomy interior, the 2007 Infiniti M45 provides the ultimate road performance with the quite ease of a sedan.. [M45 REVIEW]
2007 Chrysler Sebring
It's once again a Jeep thing with the new Wrangler Sahara, offering the expected drive and capability of any Jeep with a fresh new appeal and open air feel.[JEEP REVIEW]
2007 Suzuki XL7
Change is in the air and it takes on a tangible quality that I welcome as my favorite time of year, especially when behind the wheel of Suzuki's 2007 XL7. [SUZUKI XL7 REVIEW]
2007 Chrysler Sebring
It tackles sets of curves with the sure-grip posture of a sporty machine, then delivers an instant kick each time you tap the throttle. [SEBRING REVIEW]
2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan
The original G35 sedan rolled out in 2002 as a 2003 model cast strictly in RWD format but subsequently spawning a racy two-door coupe variation which used the same name. [INFINITI G35 REVIEW]
2007 BMW 3 Series Convertible
Sexy is an overused word these days, but it describes perfectly what makes the 2007 3-Series Convertible so enticing. [BMW 3 SERIES REVIEW]
2007 Saturn Outlook
Climb aboard Outlook and you'll find the big-ness of this vehicle apparent in the vast passenger compartment. [SATURN OUTLOOK REVIEW]
2007 Chevy Silvarado
We're strapped into the contoured driver's seat while gripping a padded steering wheel and putting our foot into substantial V8 muscle to transport us securely across the sandy desert [CHEVY SILVERADO REVIEW]
2007 Pontiac Solstice
he 2007 Solstice encompasses achievement on many levels. First, it’s a roadster that doesn’t resemble any other car on the road with its top up or down. [ PONTIAC SOLSTICE REVIEW]
2007 Saturn Aura
Driving the Chrysler 300 is like taking a menacing bulldog for a stroll. You really have to pull back on the reins to make sure it doesn't attack the neighbors’ cat.[SATURN AURA REVIEW]
2007 Nissan Altima
Driving the Chrysler 300 is like taking a menacing bulldog for a stroll. You really have to pull back on the reins to make sure it doesn't attack the neighbors’ cat. [NISSAN ALTIMA REVIEW]
2007 Toyota Camry
Driving the Chrysler 300 is like taking a menacing bulldog for a stroll. You really have to pull back on the reins to make sure it doesn't attack the neighbors’ cat. [TOYOTA CAMRY REVIEW]
2007 Chrysler 300
Driving the Chrysler 300 is like taking a menacing bulldog for a stroll. You really have to pull back on the reins to make sure it doesn't attack the neighbors’ cat. [CHRYSLER 300 REVIEW]
2007 Lincoln MKZ
The MKZ looks classy and sleek, and it makes a dramatic statement of style as we roll along the parkway. Bold designs for the body use signature styling cues lifted from Lincoln's contemporary line... [LINCOLN MKZ REVIEW]
2007 Porsche Boxster
Reinvented from the ground up in 2005, the Boxster offers the sun worshipper unprecedented handling, performance, good looks, and improved build quality than the previous iteration that ran from 1997 - 2004. [PORSCHE BOXSTER]
2007 MINI Cooper
Even for a small two-door coupe the MINI seemed to have expansive interior room, at least for the driver and front passenger. With the redesign for 2007 the MINI has even more useable room....
2007 Jeep Commander
The 2007 Commander retains true Jeep heritage by offering authentic exterior styling, a well-appointed cabin and a number of safety innovations as standard equipment. [JEEP REVIEW]
2007 Mazda3
Once you’ve tasted the fruits of Japanese engineering, there’s no going back. Even the more expensive RX-8 seems a bit superfluous when compared with the simplicity of design, and bullet-proof ergonomics of the Mazda3. [MAZDA3 REVIEW]
2007 Pontiac G5
New G5 shapes out as a slickback two-door in a size category that's one step smaller than Pontiac's G6 series of mid-size cars. [PONTIAC G5]
2007 Landrover Lineup
It’s called off-roading, they say. They being the instructors of Land Rover’s Experience Driving School offered at Ashville, North Carolina’s legendary Biltmore Estate. [LANDROVER LINEUP]
2007 Honda CR-V
Honda is known for producing well engineered vehicles and the 2007 CR-V is certainly no exception. The new CR-V is available in 2WD and 4WD and in three trim levels; LX, EX and EX-L. [HONDA CR-V REVIEW]
2007 Chevrolet Impala
It seems the 2007 Chevrolet Impala has been reborn as a very comfortable Chevrolet. Inside, the car features a new twin-brow instrument panel that wraps around into the door panels. [CHEVROLET IMPALA REVIEW]
2007 Chrysler Aspen
The dramatic exterior design for Aspen disguises the bigness of its passenger compartment by fashioning a bold but blunt prow preceding an upright structure and chiseled-block body. [CHRYSLER ASPEN REVIEW]
2007 Lincoln Line-Up
Still considered by many to be a symbol of American luxury and grand design, Lincoln introduces three new vehicles for 2007 they hope will capture the imagination of today’s car buyer and breathe new life into the great nameplate. [2007 LINCOLN REVIEW]
2007 Dodge Nitro
Is the world ready for another entry in the SUV market? Apparently Dodge feels there's a need for more variety in the mid-sized category, having just introduced Nitro, with bold styling and features. [DODGE NITRO REVIEW]
2007 Jaguar XKR
It’s hard to think of Jaguars objectively. A Jaguar isn’t just another car; it's as much about stimulat-ing the senses as getting you around town. [JAGUAR XKR REVIEW]
2007 Jeep Compass
The all-wagon line of Jeep, DaimlerChrysler brand devoted exclusively to four-wheel-drive vehicles, virtually doubles count in 2007 with eight distinct products. [JEEP COMPASS REVIEW]
2007 Ford Edge
A brilliant shade of autumn orange, the Edge glitters under the California sun. Starting at $25,995 with loads of standard safety features, the 6-speed automatic V-6 seems a smart choice for prospective buyers in the crossover segment. [ REVIEW]
2007 Dodge Charger
For the brave who crave cloth of a different cut than the status quo, it is possible to transcend the norm, to attain invincibility when behind the wheel of this stylish, mythic machine. [CHARGER REVIEW]
2007 Honda Fit
It's an itsy-bitsy econo-car conformed as a five-door hatchback with rakish lines and a fuel-efficient Honda engine tucked below the streamlined prow. Fit looks sleek with a quick-sloped windshield and hood capped by a body-colored grille. [REVIEW]
2007 Hummer H3
The Rubicon that figured in Caesar’s path to Rome was a river, a narrow little one when I last saw it, but crossing it was the difference between remaining a provincial governor or ascending to emperor. [HUMMER H3 REVIEW]
2007 Acrua MDX & RDX
Leave the loft and what's waiting outside? Could be Acura's new, bolder RDX, sort of an urban dweller's luxury sport utility, with an emphasis on the "sport" but a sufficient amount of utility under its belt to qualify for double duty. [MDX AND RDX REVIEW]
2007 Ford Sport Trac
With a cabin like a SUV but the brief back box of a pickup, Sport Trac functions as both a truck and SUV, which explains its description as a sport-utility truck, or SUT. [FORD SPORT TRAC REVIEW]
2007 BMW 3 Series
Crisp character lines punctuate the side profile of this sexy coupe, wrapping the outer skin in a sharp dressed look that’s ready for anything. A sleek hood drops dramatically to the ground, as if caressing the pavement in anticipation of what’s to come. [BMW 3 REVIEW]
2007 Nissan Versa
The new vehicle spinning around in The Egg at the moment stands on wee wheels but shows a long wheelbase which makes room for a pair of doors on each side and an arching roofline chopped abruptly behind the second door for a hatchback design. [NISSAN VERSA REVIEW]
2007 Hyundai Accent
The Accent has been in production for the past 12 years, the newest iteration being the 3rd generation. For 2007, Hyundai has designed a vehicle that embodies a coolness factor previously missing from the first and second generation cars. [HYUNDAI ACCENT REVIEW]
2007 Mazda CX-7
The CX-7 is Mazda’s first crossover sport utility vehicle, meaning it combines the higher seat height and sporty looks of a SUV with the handling, ride, and in this case, even the engine, of a car. [MAZDA CX-7 REVIEW]
2007 Saturn Sky
They could see the Saturn badge on the Sky. But even if they were familiar enough with Saturn to recognize the badge, many still couldn’t believe that the sexy-looking Sky was from Saturn Company. [SATURN SKY REVIEW]
2007 Dodge Caliber
Caliber offers a lot more of a car than Neon, in terms of structure and powertrain, safety equipment and cabin content, and for MSRP figures which undercut Neon. But what is Caliber -- sporty little touring car or gear-hauling SUV? [DODGE CALIBER REVIEW]
2007 Jaguar XK
The all-new 2007 XK is Jaguar’s answer to the previous model that was the brand’s fastest selling sports car ever, but ceased production in June of 2005. Even more stunning than its predecessor, the 2007 XK is available as either coupe or convertible.. [JAGUAR XK REIVEW]
2007 Saturn Vue Green Line
Consumers won't notice much difference between regular Saturn Vues and the hybrid on the outside. The Green Line retains the Vue styling, which is neither brutish nor wimpy for a compact SUV.
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe
We are driving on a sinuous and scenic unpaved road that follows the rim of Lake Roosevelt in the mountains east of Phoenix. The road surface offers tenuous grip at best and I am playing with the Tahoe’s light but precise steering as we follow the twists... [CHEVY TAHOE REVIEW]