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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.

2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK Mid-Size Luxury Coupe

Winding back roads slicing through California's coastal mountains between Monterey up north and Morro Bay in the south serve as our laboratory to sample the spirit of new iterations for the slinky CLK coupes from Mercedes-Benz of Germany. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK Mid-Size Luxury Coupe and Convertible

Even at half the smackers, the CLK looks and feels surprisingly similar to the top-of-the-line CL, with Mercedes' oft-noted bank-vault-solid construction, zippy acceleration and supple highway ride. It's a highly sophisticated machine with virtually nothing to complain about, unless you expect something sporty. Read More »

2003 Mazda Tribute Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The Mazda Tribute is a solid vehicle, with plenty of room for four adults and most of their gear. The fact that it provides this sense of solidity and correct design in a good looking package is one of the reasons Mazda continues to enjoy the “Zoom, Zoom” roll that it is on. Read More »

2003 Infiniti G35 Mid-Size Sports Sedan

A great car is dependent on great underpinnings, and the platform utilized in the creation and design of the all-new 2003 Infiniti G35 is called "FM," for the "Front Mid-ship" mounting of its tried and true 3.5-liter V6 engine. The location of the engine and its corresponding 52/48 front-to-rear weight balance is a key to the G35's high level of driving performance and benefits the driver and passenger comfort in several ways. Read More »

2002 Audi A4

Audi was unjustly criticized in the sensational press but has returned with industry leading innovations, First all-wheel drive, now CVT transmissions. Read More »

2003 Hyundai Tiberon Compact Sporty Coupe with Hatchback

Following themes set in previous models, new Tiburons have necked in sides with a low character line that gives the car a swept forward but grounded stance. The front fender has a hint of a scoop that suggests the power in the new engine. And for the boy-racer crowd, there is a high spoiler option and an impressive looking dual exhaust. Read More »

2003 Infiniti M45 Mid-Size Luxury Sedan

While its suspension tries to match the feel of high-end European sport sedans, the Infiniti M45’s styling appears to have an American influence. Its muscle-car look is a perfect match for the potent V8 power that comes from the same 4.5-liter engine as Infiniti’s Q45 flagship. Read More »