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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid–Penny Wise and Not Fuelish

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              Nobody asked me, but . . . In setting out to reinvent the Camry, the best-selling car in America for eight of the past nine years, Toyota engineers and designers did something they have never do...

2007 Volkswagen Eos

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Nobody asked me, but . . . If you’ve ever lusted after a convertible, but shied away from this fun-in-the-sun body style because of environmental issues such as snow, ice and rain (think New England) or theft and bre...

2007 Volvo S80–A Problem and a Dilemma

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                Nobody asked me, but . . .  Volvo has a problem . . . and a dilemma. The Swedish car company, now owned by Ford, recently introduced a new S80 model. The previous S80 was a nice car. But this ...

Mea Culpa

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Nobody asked me but . . . A couple of days ago I railed about Ford renaming the Five Hundred, the Taurus. And I was wrong when I said Ford would probably rename the Montego, the Merkur. Instead, Ford has decided to c...

2007 Nissan Maxima SE

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Nobody asked me, but . . . Since it’s introduction in 1981 the Maxima has been the flagship of Nissan’s sedan fleet.  With a strong emphasis on sportiness, it’s no surprise that the Maxima has been referred to as Nis...

I’m Not Celling, but My Driving’s Smellin’

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Nobody asked me but . . . Further evidence that cell phones and driving don’t mix comes from a recent University of Michigan study. But if you are among the few who don’t “imbibe” in celling on the road, don’t congra...

Ford Saves Ford?

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Nobody asked me but . . . Ford CEO Bill Ford’s announcement that he was remaining as Executive Chairman but replacing himself as President and CEO with Alan Mulally from Boeing could be a good news bad news scenario.

2007 Dodge Caliber

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Nobody asked me, but . . . Let’s get one thing perfectly clear.  When Honda says small car, it means Fit.  When Dodge says small car, it’s talking Caliber, a car that’s about 18 inches longer, 2.5 inches wider and as...

Keep On Truckin’

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Nobody asked me but . . . In just its third season of NASCAR racing in the Craftsman Truck Racing Series, with 14 of the 25 races having been run in the 2006 season, Toyota sits atop the manufacturer standings with s...

2006 Honda Ridgeline

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Nobody asked me but . . . Honda is a late-comer to the pickup ranks and, Honda being Honda, it’s no surprise that the 2006 Ridgeline is as different in the truck segment as the Acura RL is in the luxury car market.

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