CarTV Infiniti M45 Video Review

The 2006 Infiniti M is a 4-door, 5-passenger luxury sports sedan, available in 5 trims, ranging from the 35 Luxury to the 45 Sport. Upon introduction, the 35 Luxury is equipped with a standard 3.5-liter, V6, 280-horsepower engine that achieves 18-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. The 45 Sport is equipped with a standard 4.5-liter, V8, 335-horsepower engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 23-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims. The 2006 Infiniti M is redesigned for 2006.

More Videos... - 2007 Infiniti M45 Car Review Roadfly TV presents its roadtest and review of the new 2007 Infiniti M45 sport sedan. For car reviews, videos, and one of the oldest and largest car communities on the Internet visit Follow us on Facebook!

CarTV Honda Fit Video Review
As the saying goes, timing is everything, and when it comes to timing, Honda always seems to be on top of its game. With gas prices exceeding three dollars per gallon, the timing and introduction of the new 2007 Honda Fit couldn't be any better. Not only is the new Honda Fit easy on your wallet at the pumps, but it's also easy on your bank account with a starting price of just $14,400 including destination. Honda surely has a hit on its hands considering the Fit oozes quality, but also because it's sporty, offers lots of cargo space and is cheap to own and operate.

CarTV Hyundai Sonata Video Review
South Korea is getting the hang of this car-building thing. The latest example: the refined, more powerful and much-improved 2006 Hyundai Sonata. Due to arrive on dealer lots in the next few weeks, the redesigned Sonata's styling, power, price and content make it a big step forward for Hyundai, and based on a first impression, a great choice for consumers.

CarTV Toyota Camry Review
"It's a Toyota." This simple phrase has made life easy and profitable for Toyota salespeople, made domestic car manufacturers green with envy, and has bred such confidence in Camry and Tacoma owners that they border on arrogant. Historically, Toyota buyers have often been justified in this smug sense of superiority if you were smart, you would've bought a Toyota, too. It's your own damn fault that you're missing work again to sit at the (insert non-Toyota brand name here) dealership waiting for your car to get fixed. Burned by a Chevy? Buy a Toyota. Ford dealer treating you poorly? Buy a Toyota. Need a wagon? SUV? Compact? Buy a Matrix, or a Highlander, or a Yaris, all by Toyota. Need a full-size truck? Wait for the redesigned Tundra, the unofficial Second Coming, via Texas and courtesy of Toyota.