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Car reviews a great way to get a good idea about what is right, or wrong, with a new car. New Car Buying Guide car reviews contain a great deal of information about how a car handles, what it feels like to drive or ride in, the features it comes with and the options you can add on, the quality of the vehicle and the pros and cons. All this information is important during the car shopping process.

New Car Buying Guidecar reviews can help you make a vehicle purchase decision or provide you with alternatives to the car you want. That means you’ll be able to do car comparisons to see which car offers the best value. Car reviews are also useful to people buying used cars as they tell you what you should expect to find in any car or truck you are considering. When reading car reviews, make sure to click on the various tabs that surround the reviews as there you will find car and truck ratings and specifications.

New Car Buying Guide reviews luxury, standard and economy autos, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles (SUV), crossovers (CUV), minivans, wagons, vans and sports cars.

2006 Volvo XC70 Full-Size Luxury Station Wagon

Volvo vehicles have long been heralded as some of the safest cars on the market. In recent years, they've improved the interior, moving their cars from a "safe" bet to a "great" bet. The combination of continued safety and better interior materials in the new SUV-like 2006 Volvo xc70 station wagon make for a great family car. Read More »

2006 Nissan Frontier Mid-Size Pickup Truck

Like a smaller version of the Nissan Titan, the Frontier offers big-truck performance and versatility in a more affordable package. A spacious, comfortable interior makes the Frontier pleasant to drive. It's available in King Cab configuration with small, rear-swinging doors or the bigger Crew Cab version with traditional, front-hinged doors for the back seat. Read More »

2006 Infiniti G35 Near-Luxury Compact Coupe

The Infiniti G35 Coupe is essentially a stretched version of Nissan's 350Z sports car, and you can tell from its muscular lines that it's a fast and classy ride. Although it's not a huge drawback, some of the controls in the G35 Coupe aren't located at your fingertips like they are in the latest competition from Lexus, the new IS. Overall, the Infiniti is a more exciting car than the Lexus, but it's not quite as relaxing and refined. Read More »