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

2005 Suzuki Verona Mid-Size Sedan

Suzuki's front-wheel-drive (FWD) flagship sedan fits in the mid-size class and supports a spacious five-seat cabin loaded with features of convenience and luxury. Verona shows sleek exterior styling in the manner of premium European touring sedans with fog lamps in the bumper and twin-light halogen headlamps.

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2005 Suzuki Reno Compact Hatchback Sedan

The newest label from Suzuki -- a sleek compact-class hatchback with four doors for passengers and the rear hatch lid -- also shows the influence of sensuously body styling from Giugiaro's Italdesign studios.

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2005 Suzuki Forenza Compact Hatchback Sedan and Wagon

Pininfarina, the Italian design studio that has shaped some of the most beautiful cars in the world, worked out the exterior styling for Suzuki's compact-class car. It emerged in 2004 as a four-door notchback sedan but shows up in the 2005 line with a new five-door wagon variation. Both versions feature FWD orientation with a spacious five-seat passenger compartment filled with comfortable features.

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2005 Suzuki XL-7 Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Suzuki's largest SUV carries as many as seven riders on three rows of seats in a cabin that stretches about a foot longer than Grand Vitara. The exterior design appears more sophisticated and serious, as interior appointments rise in tone and quality.

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2005 Subaru Forester Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The chassis of a sporty coupe -- Subaru's Impreza -- underpins agile Forester the sport-utility vehicle. It was rebuilt in 2003 and earned optional turbo-charged power last year, with 2005 models showing four trims including a deluxe new 2.5 XS L. L. Bean edition.

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2005 Scion xB Compact Minivan

xB looks like a box on wheels as contemporary homage to a panel van but in slammed stance. Built on a platform used for the bB wagon sold strictly in Japan, this low-slung and boxy panel van resembles a cool California surfer's custom-crafted wagon.

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2005 Subaru Outback Mid-Size Sport Wagon

Subaru developed the first crossover sport wagon with Outback, which works like a sporty high-hiked station wagon or dropped-down SUV. This five-door wagon uses the platform of the Legacy sedan but rides higher due to the elevated suspension.

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2005 Subaru Impreza WRX Compact Sedan and Wagon

Subaru commemorates its trophy-collecting rally cars by producing sedan and wagon variations of Impreza WRX, a small package with wide track and independent suspension plus turbo-charging of a horizontally-opposed engine tied to a close-ratio manual transmission and AWD traction.

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