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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 Lincoln Navigator Full-Size Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle

5{en there's a SUV for every pocketbook and interior comforts are more important than off-road sojourns, luxury trucks were bound to happen. Leave it to the American manufacturers to define the high-end full size SUV market and of course that means Cadillac and Lincoln. The Navigator created this market, offering a mass market alternative to the high end Range Rover. Its success shamed Cadillac into placing an entry in the mix and the original Denali based Escalade was a last minute place holder. Read More »

2003 Lincoln Town Car Full-Size Luxury Sedan

Set on a stiff new platform and outfitted with a revamped suspension and responsive new steering mechanism, Town Car in any issue of 2003 quickly reveals in a drive up a wiggly route that it can perform handling tricks like no full-size American luxury sedan before it. Read More »

2003 Infiniti I35 Near-Luxury Mid-Size Sedan

Mid-Size Infiniti has ideal combination of fun, comfort. Classy, understated styling that belies the terrific mix of luxury and performance afforded by Infiniti’s I35 sedan. At the heart of this combination is a powerful, sporty V6 engine with flawless sound and performance. Rich wood trim and soft leather highlight the comfortable interior of the I35, a gadget-packed car that’s as comfortable for highway cruising as it is for quick blasts down winding roads. Read More »

2003 Kia Sorento Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

This sport-utility wagon shows promise with distinctive styling for the package, a comfortable cabin with room for five and elegant trim elements, plus mechanical hardware that sets up a smooth-riding vehicle with optional four-wheel-drive (4WD) equipment available for excursions away from pavement. Read More »

2003 Isuzu Ascender Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Is this the new GMC Envoy? Yes and no. It�s the Isuzu Ascender, which actually shares virtually all its parts with the Envoy XL, as only minor tweaks to the front grille and badges set the two apart. Do the right shopping, and the Isuzu could cost thousands less than its GMC twin. Read More »

2003 Ford Expedition Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Struggling to keep up with its recently redesigned competitors like the Toyota Sequoia and Chevy Tahoe, Ford knew its full-size SUV had to see major changes to compete in a tightly packed arena. It's less-than-spectacular engine, clumsy handling and cheap looking interior all became handicaps while the rest of the SUV world made giant leaps in refinement. Read More »