2008 Ford Explorer SportTrac Review - Kelley Blue Book

FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/Ford_Explorer%20Sport%20Trac.aspx Ford Explorer SportTrac. When the Ford Explorer Sport Trac made its debut in 2000, it was a new idea. Based on the Explorer midsize SUV, it was a truck, with sport-utility characteristics, four doors, a short cargo bed and features to enhance the active lifestyles of its intended buyers. Since then, similar vehicles have followed, including the Chevrolet Avalanche, Cadillac Escalade EXT, and, more recently, the Honda Ridgeline. Now in its second generation, the Sport Trac has grown up, both in size and sophistication. Like the original, it continues to offer rear- or four-wheel drive, seating for five and cargo utility. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.

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2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/Mercedes-Benz_E-Class.aspx Mercedes-Benz E-Class. For years, those with sophisticated automotive palettes have relied on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class to carry them in comfort and style. Available as a sedan or wagon, the E-Class has earned its place as a go-to mid-size luxury vehicle for well-heeled professionals who appreciate its refined sense of luxury and prestige. Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Mercedes E-Class. While only the most observant Mercedes-Benz fans will notice the subtle styling updates to the latest E-Class, the most significant changes are under the hood. Three out of four available engines are new, including an innovative clean diesel, a more powerful V8 and the first engine developed entirely by Mercedes' AMG performance division. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.





2009 Nissan Maxima Review - Kelley Blue Book
2009 Nissan Maxima (For Pricing, Specs, Reviews & More visit http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/PricingReport/2009_Nissan_Maxima_237000.aspx ). In its heyday, the Nissan Maxima was king of the sport sedan niche. Blessed with good looks, sporty handling and a price that put it on par with more mundane offerings, the Maxima soon gained a loyal following. But the last two generations of Maxima's didn’t live up to the “four-door sports car” reputation earned by the original, growing larger, slower and absent a sporting edge. The newest Maxima hopes to reverse this trend by returning to the nameplate a unique sense of styling, a European sport-tuned suspension and an interior fit for an exotic. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.





2009 Honda Ridgeline Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR MORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/videos 2009 Honda Ridgeline. As a brand, Honda has been known to push the boundaries of automotive engineering. So it is not surprising that a pickup truck built by the Japanese automaker would be a bit different from other pickup trucks. The American formula for a pickup truck has for a long time favored V8 engines, solid rear axles and a body-on-frame design. In bold contrast, the Honda Ridgeline features an efficient V6 engine, independent rear suspension, all-wheel drive and car-like unibody construction. Other features including a dual-hinged tailgate and in bed storage help the Ridgeline standout as an enticing alternative for non-traditional truck buyers. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.





2009 BMW 1 Series Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/BMW_128.aspx 2009 BMW 1 Series. It is common in the automotive world for cars to grow bigger and more expensive with each iteration. After decades spent as the brands least-expensive option, the venerable BMW 3 Series has moved up the food chain enough to justify a vehicle beneath it. Enter the 1 Series, a car that aims to deliver BMW luxury, performance and style in a smaller package. After the modest success of the compact 318ti in the late 90s, BMW is understandably cautious about stepping back into the world of small cars. While BMW offers other 1 Series variants in Europe, including three- and five-door wagon models, for now BMW has opted to bring only coupe and convertible 1 Series to America. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.




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