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2006 Vehicle Road Test Review Archive

2006 Kia Optima
Luxurious, powerful and status-savvy, Rolls Royce brings yet another classic to its line up in 2006. The newest Rolls gives drivers exactly what they are looking for. [ROLLS ROYCE REVIEW]
2006 Kia Optima
Convertible cute and Sunday-driving friendly, the Mazda Miata provides a fun driving experience for all drivers. [MAZDA MIATA REVIEW]
2006 Kia Optima
The all new Lincoln Navigator brings the brand's luxurious comfort to the power of a heavy-hauling SUV. Wrapped in a sleek design and packed with a powerful suspension, the Navigator has arrived. [LINCOLN NAVIGATOR REVIEW]
2006 Kia Optima
There's nothing sexier than a 'Vette, and the 2006 Chevy Corvette proves this once again with its stylish new look and road-hugging attitude. [ CORVETTE REVIEW]
2006 Kia Optima
The hottest edition to the Ford car line up this year, the Fusion blends style with the performance of its forebearers. The new sedan is spunky and urban friendly. [FORD FUSION REVIEW]
2006 Z4M
The Z4 M has accepted certain donations from the remarkable M3 coupe such as basic underpinnings and road-loving suspension and the awe-inspiring 3.2 liter inline six cylinder engine. [BMW Z4M REVIEW]
2006 Pontiac Torrent
The six cylinder engine responds quickly to each request for power and does so with no discernable howl or shriek, just a controlled growl letting you know itís hard at work. [PONTIAC TORRENT REVIEW]
2006 Kia Optima
Raider as a new truck for Mitsubishi borrows chassis and powertrains from the Dodge Dakota but brings its own classy designs for exterior sheetmetal and cab appointments. [KIA OPTIMA REVIEW]
2006 Dodge Magnum
Somehow, Dodge has found a way to put hip into an automotive segment that other than for a short time in the 50's and 60's, was never considered anything other than practical. [DODGE MAGNUM REVIEW]
2006 Mitsubishi Raider
Raider as a new truck for Mitsubishi borrows chassis and powertrains from the Dodge Dakota but brings its own classy designs for exterior sheetmetal and cab appointments. [MITSUBISHI RAIDER REVIEW]
2006 BMW 530xi
The shape of the BMW 5 series was penned by American born automotive designer Chris Bangle. He is also responsible for the new 3 Series, 6 Series, 7 Series and Z4 Roadster. [BMW 530XI REVIEW]
2006 Ford Explorer
A robust new tube-through-tube frame that's stronger and far less flexible than the previous chassis becomes a core ingredient for the 2006 Explorer, and it carries a suspension system rarely found on a truck.
[FORD EXPLORER REVIEW]
2006 Honda Odyssey
The Odyssey is so good in fact, it is now considered by many to be the measuring stick by which all family vans are compared and is in my opinion, one of the main reasons why the family van market will continue for many years to come. [HONDA ODYSSEY REVIEW]
2006 Kia Rio
Kia, the crafty automaker from South Korea, rolled original Rio ashore five years ago as an eensy-weensy economy box. It brought a tepid powerplant, a tin-can passen-ger compartment with no frills and no fun, but a tiny price tag. [KIA RIO REVIEW]
2006 Pontiac Solstice
This new roadster convertible, riding on a rigid platform rigged with a broad track and long-drawn wheelbase, employs independent suspension systems fore and aft with shocks connecting to 18-inch wheels and sticky Goodyear rubber. [PONTIAC SOLSTICE REVIEW]
2006 Hummer H3
Built on a fully welded steel frame, the H3 offers power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering, independent front suspension and a hardy multi-leaf rear suspension setup. Resting on monotube gas-charged shocks, it presents a smooth riding experience.. [HUMMER H3 REVIEW]
2006 Volvo C70
Comfortably seating four adults, C70 proved to be an attention-getter even on Maui's twisting highways where devastatingly steep cliffs, cascading waterfalls and the vast Pacific typically capture the most eyes.
[VOLVO C70 REVIEW]
2006 Hyundai Sonata
Consider the Sonata for '06 completely new in size, style and mechanical components. It fits in the class of a mid-size sedan, but seems more like the cabin of a large-size car. [HYUNDAI SONATA REVIEW]
2006 Honda Civic
The new, eighth-generation Civic for 2006 offers more of what consumers look for: A roomier interior than its predecessor, more powerful and fuel-efficient engines and more safety features. [HONDA CIVIC REVIEW]
2006 Audi A3
The autonomous personality of the new A3 makes clear Audiís intention to penetrate the affordable car market with bravado. With taut hatchback looks and sprinter's stance, the A3 2.0T enters center stage with instant presence. [AUDI A3 REVIEW]
2006 Jeep Commander
The brand devoted exclusively to four-wheel-drive vehicles adds a brawny new SUV to the 2006 class. The squared-off Commander wagon looks like a modern interpretation of Jeep classics like Wagoneer and Cherokee. [JEEP COMMANDER REVIEW]
2006 Jetta GLI
attitude is something the new Jetta GLI has in spades. An aggressive, blacked out grille dominates the fascia of this sport sedan. The racy paint scheme that extends to the lower half of the body, and large, oval styled headlights with round lower foglights. [JETTA GLI REVIEW]
2006 Mercedes Benz R Class
Consider it a new crossover - the platform comes from the mid-size M Class of sport-utility vehicles and the body resembles a low-slammed station wagon but the function combines traits of the wagon, sport-ute and limo-like sedan. [MERCEDES R CLASS REVIEW]
2006 Ford Fusion
Sleek and stylish, the Lucerne offers a spacious cabin, luxury detailing, top-notch safety features… and muscle. That’s right, the Lucerne brings the V8 back to a Buick sedan for the first time in a decade.
[
FORD FUSION REVIEW]
2006 Buick Lucerne
Sleek and stylish, the Lucerne offers a spacious cabin, luxury detailing, top-notch safety featuresÖ and muscle. Thatís right, the Lucerne brings the V8 back to a Buick sedan for the first time in a decade.
[
BUICK LUCERNE REVIEW]
2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara
This stylish wagon, cast on a new unibody structure for 2006 with class-leading safety features aboard plus the option of a multi-mode four-wheel-drive (4WD) traction mechanism, delivers strong torque from the standard six-pack powertrain. [SUZUKI GRAND VITARA REVIEW]
2006 Chevrolet HHR
With the recent spike in gas prices in this country,
small wagons and hatchbacks provide a more prudent
form of transportation. For 2006 we have one of
the best vehicles yet for consideration.

[
CHEVROLET HHR REVIEW]
2006 Subaru Tribeca B9
A clean sheet was used to design the new 3. Styling ques were taken from the rest of the lineup, but with a much less dramatic flare. Exterior dimensions have been increased, (wheelbase adds 1.4 inches) offering improved looks and interior space. [SUBARU TRIBECA B9 REVIEW]
2006 BMW 3 Series
A clean sheet was used to design the new 3. Styling ques were taken from the rest of the lineup, but with a much less dramatic flare. Exterior dimensions have been increased, (wheelbase adds 1.4 inches) offering improved looks and interior space. [BMW 3 SERIES REVIEW]
2006 Dodge Charger
The all-new 2006 version of the Dodge Charger is a worthy successor to the nameplate. Like its predecessor, the new Charger is equally capable of quick acceleration and straight-line speed. [DODGE CHARGER REVIEW]
2006 Honda Ridgeline
The Ridgeline gives a week-end projecteer lugging space for fire wood, potted plants, sand pile sand - even barnyard detritus - without worrying about sharing space like you do in an SUV with the mess or the odor.
[HONDA RIDGELINE REVIEW]
2006 Infinity M
You see, the battle to be number one in the luxury car segment is a knock down; drag ‘em out, no holds bar war. To assume anything less is to underestimate the true value of the luxury car buyer to automotive manufacturers. [INFINITI M REVIEW]
2006 Mercedes-Benz M Class
Now, as Mercedes-Benz sells its second-generation M-Class, a lot has changed. The 2006 M-Class is bigger, faster and has a more refined interior than its predecessor. It’s restyled and uses a lighter-weight unibody construction. [MERCEDES M CLASS REVIEW]
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