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Scion xB. When Scion set out to redesign the nearly three-year-old xB, it asked current owners and fans of the brand what they would like to see on the next generation. Their feedback revealed that people wanted the box-like styling to stay, but also wanted the car to be larger, with a more powerful engine and more standard features, such as cruise control. The result is a vehicle that should appeal to both Scion enthusiasts and other potential buyers, all at a reasonable price. Scion's straight-forward "mono spec" basic equipment level continues, encouraging customization and making the car-buying process more personal. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit kbb.com today.
2009 Honda Element SC Review - Kelley Blue Book
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2009 Honda Element SC. Building on the success of the Element SUV, Honda
takes its rolling dorm room concept to the next level with the Element SC.
Designed to appeal to a more street-wise crowd, the SC does away with the
all-wheel-drive option and substitutes racy 18-inch wheels, a stiffer
suspension and a lower ride height. The SC also jettisons the
industrial-grade plastic floor mat in favor of a carpeted passenger
compartment. Aimed squarely at younger drivers who enjoy modifying their
own vehicles, Honda wisely offers a long list of accessories specifically
designed for the Element. For more new car reviews, interviews and
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2008 Chevy Malibu Review - Kelley Blue Book
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Chevy Malibu. Is the all-new Chevrolet Malibu ready to win the head-to-head
competition with perennial favorites like Honda Accord and Toyota Camry?
It's a tall order, but the just-introduced Malibu is poised to steal back
the popularity it once enjoyed. A renewed emphasis on bold, upscale-looking
interior treatments gives it a surprisingly sophisticated appearance. And
on the outside, the new design has an athletic look backed up by a
handling-oriented suspension and a powerful optional V6. The result may
surprise many consumers who have largely written off domestic vehicles. For
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Hummer H3T - Chicago Auto Show - Kelley Blue Book Interviews Hummer Designer
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Hummer H3T. Looking like an H2 SUT left in the dryer too long, the 2009
Hummer H3T provides much of the off-road capability and pickup versatility
of its big brother, but without the extra heft and cash layout. When it
hits showrooms in the fall, the H3T will be the only midsize pickup with
standard full-time four-wheel drive, 32-inch tires and available locking
front and rear differentials. The available bed-mounted utility-rail system
should also prove useful. Like its SUV sibling, the H3T will feature a
3.7-liter five-cylinder engine as standard equipment, while Alpha Edition
models receive a 300-horsepower 5.3-liter V8. For
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GMC Denali XT Hybrid Concept - Chicago Auto Show - Kelley Blue Book Interviews Leach
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GMC Denali XT Hybrid Concept. The Denali XT Hybrid signals not only GM's
intention to remain competitive in the lucrative midsize pickup market, but
also its plan to lead the way in alternative fuels. Instead of the
6.0-liter V8 found in the automaker's new hybrid full-size pickups and
SUVs, the Denali XT Hybrid incorporates an E85-compatible 4.9-liter V8 and
delivers combined gas-electric output estimated at 326 horsepower. Designed in
conjunction with Australian subsidiary Holden, the Denali XT Hybrid's unit
body construction is uncommon among midsize pickups, as are its folding
midgate, height-adjustable suspension and 23-inch wheels. For more new car
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