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Ford Recalls SUV Models
The Ford Motor Company has recently recalled sport utility vehicles that it has manufactured. Ford, Mercury, and Mazda were three of the brands that the recalled sport utility vehicles held. In fact, there were about some 160,000 units of these that were called back to its mother ship. The reason for such an action? The padding on these vehicles needed further strengthening so as to be able to provide ample protection for drivers' heads during cases of crashes and collisions. Read more
What Consumer Reports Says About The Toyota FJ Cruiser
If you are looking to buy yourself a new SUV and you have both a budget as well as high expectations, then perhaps the new Toyota FJ Cruiser is for you. Financing can be safe as well as honest, http://consumerreports.com shows what the new Toyota SUV for 2007 has that makes up for every penny spent. Read more
2007 Hyundai Entourage: The Minivan Wars Heat Up
It was only a matter of time before they entered the minivan fray and after several false starts the on again and off again Hyundai minivan appears to be on once again. Hyundai is targeting a market it has long sidestepped and it appears that a long wheelbase version of the Kia Sedona will soon be sold in the US as a Hyundai Entourage. The minivan wars are heating up again even as one competitor exits the market and another also gives serious consideration to abandoning the minivan segment. Is there an Entourage in your future? Read on for all the details and then decide.Read more
Volvo Enters SUV Segment with Volvo XC90
Volvo Cars took a stab at entering the now popular sports utility vehicle segment and its entry to this competition is the Volvo XC90 which would be racing with other vehicles like the BMW X5, the Acura MDX, and the Infiniti FX to the top spot. This vehicle has actually been in production since the year 2003 and it is known as a crossover sports utility vehicle. Read more
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