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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.

2007 Mazda Mazda6 Mid-Size Sedan

This car's driving feel matches its aggressive body styling. The Mazda6 adds a new bargain-oriented model called the i Sport Value Edition for 2007, offering some popular options at a cheap price. Quality inside the Mazda6 is basically up to par with other Japanese stalwarts like the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Read More »

2007 New Beetle Cabriolet Convertible and Coupe

White paint, white leather and a white cover for the convertible top give this special edition New Beetle a monochromatic look. Only 3,000 of these will be produced. Thank goodness there's at least one nod to long-lived cleanliness in the triple-white New Beetle convertible. It has black carpet. Read More »

2007 Kia Sportage Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The 2007 Kia Sportage looks good, but the real treat is on the window sticker. It comes with a lot of standard equipment for a low price. Build quality is surprisingly good in the Kia Sportage. Panels like up precisely, and the interior materials feel like they’re designed to last. Read More »

2007 Hyundai Accent Compact Economy 3-Door Hatchback Coupe

Hyundai's new two-door Accent looks good considering its cheap price. It starts under $11,000 for a basic, stripped-down model, or around $14,000 for one with more goodies. Build quality in the affordable Accent is much better than in Hyundai's cars just a few years ago. If you're looking to save money on your car payment and your gas bill, this is a great way to do it. Read More »

2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS Compact Sedan

Ever heard of a "sleeper," a car that looks ordinary but drives really fast? This is the opposite, the quick-looking Mitsubishi Lancer GTS, which comes with wild styling but makes do with the ordinary Lancer's 152-horsepower engine. Other than a rough suspension that's designed more for fun than comfort, the Mitsubishi Lancer GTS has a rather comfortable interior. Roomy seats and a sculpted back bench make the interior look more like a family car than a screamer. Read More »

2007 Kia Amanti Mid-Size Luxury Sedan

If you didn't know this car was a Kia, you'd probably think it was expensive. The affordable Amanti looks and drives like a luxury car, although a few annoying things remind you of its cheap Korean roots. Quality is surprisingly good inside the Kia Amanti. For the most part, it doesn't look like an economy car, but small, cheap-looking gauges and a thin steering wheel give away its humble origins. Read More »

2007 Suzuki XL7 Limited 2WD Sport Utility Vehicle

Suzuki's new XL7 may look like a crossover, but it still has some elements of a truck-based design with rails underneath the body. Like the way it drives, quality inside the Suzuki XL7 is mediocre. It's not ugly enough to make you gag, but it also won't produce any wows for its fit and finish. Read More »

2007 Mitsubishi Outlander XLS 4WD Sport Utility Vehicle

Mitsubishi's new Outlander is one of the best looking small SUVs. It's a car-like vehicle that doesn't have pretensions of toughness. Other than a cramped back seat, the Outlander's interior is nice. It feels tightly constructed, and - while it's definitely swathed in plastic - it doesn't seem as cheap as some of its competitors. Read More »

2007 Kia Sedona Minivan

The Kia Sedona minivan may have an economy-car badge, but it doesn't drive like one. With 250 horsepower and a refined feel on the road, it drives more like a well-build Japanese car than the old Korean clunkers you may remember. Nice materials and tight construction make the Sedona's interior seem surprisingly upscale. It has a roomy, family-friendly cabin that's both comfortable and convenient for long road trips. Read More »