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Stock #234996
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
TransmissionAuto
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage87120
Interior ColorBlack
Exterior ColorGray
VIN: 2B3KA43G68H234996
Stock #RA89218
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage129250
VIN: 1FMEU74E06UA89218
Stock #242676
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage105096
Interior ColorTan
Exterior ColorTan
VIN: 5TDZA22CX5S242676
Test drives quickly revealed that both the IS 250 and the IS 350 offer significantly better-than-adequate acceleration. Of course, the IS 350 is the hot rod of the two, boasting a laudable zero to 60-mph sprint of 5.6 seconds. In around-town, freeway commute and open two-lane touring, the IS 250 feels completely in its element, but we have to admit the added 102 horsepower of its IS 350 sistership is appealing. Steering is sharp and direct, although some might complain of a bit too much boost. With a double wishbone front suspension and a multi-link rear, plus either Vehicle Stability Control (IS 250) or the more sophisticated Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management system (IS 350), the car has both traditional and New-Age technology to foster superior handling.
Stock #030555
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage139852
Exterior ColorBlack
VIN: JTHBK262275030555
Stock #B17644
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage127097
VIN: 2FMDK38C27BB17644
While Mazda's "zoom-zoom" driving experience may be easily blended into a small sports car, doing so with a five-passenger crossover SUV is quite another story. Fortunately, this one has a happy ending as the CX-7 excels in the areas of handling, braking, acceleration and overall ride comfort. The all-aluminum 2.3-liter turbocharged engine is powerful enough to move the CX-7 with ease, delivering 90 percent of its power in the 2000-2500 rpm range. More importantly, the engine's lightweight construction places less weight over the front wheels, helping improve steering response and maneuverability as well as creating a more evenly balanced chassis. From behind the wheel, the CX-7 feels more like the Mazda6 Sport Wagon than it does a crossover SUV, displaying level cornering, immediate turn-in response and excellent straight-line stability.
Stock #123911
Engine4 Cylinder Engine
TransmissionAuto
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage115220
Exterior ColorGray
VIN: JM3ER293X70123911
The Santa Fe rides smoothly and inspires confidence while cornering thanks to its responsive steering and well controlled body lean. Standard Electronic Stability Control keeps the vehicle under control during evasive maneuvers and is especially reassuring when driving in slippery conditions. Also standard is a tilt and telescoping steering wheel which makes it easy to find the perfect driving position. With the exception of some wind noise in the front and road noise from the rear, the cabin remains fairly quiet at freeway speeds. Acceleration with the 3.3-liter V6 is decent but is unfortunately plagued by torque steer. The Shiftronic automatic transmission responds quickly to manual gear selections making driving on curvy roads an almost sporty experience.
Stock #097595
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage120843
VIN: 5NMSG13D87H097595
Driving Impressions One reason for the popularity of crossovers is that many people are discovering they can have the added traction of all-wheel drive wrapped in the comfort and roadability of a car, not a truck. Though it's offered in both front and all-wheel-drive models, Jeep expects many buyers to opt for all-wheel drive, especially in snow-belt states. Jeep's Freedom Drive I is a full-time, fully-automatic all-wheel drive system, requiring no input from the driver. On dry pavement, it channels up to 100 percent of available engine power through the front wheels, but it is continuously variable in response to driving conditions and, when needed, can direct as much as 50 percent of engine torque to the rear wheels. Drivers can also engage a 4WD lock mode, for better grip in deep snow, sand or mud.
Stock #562133
Engine4 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage53871
Exterior ColorBlack
VIN: 1J4NT4FB8AD562133
Driving Impressions To this point, all of our drives in the second-generation Vue have been in models equipped with the 3.6-liter V6. So equipped, the Vue is plenty powerful, if not as downright fast as the Toyota RAV4. We suspect the 3.5-liter V6 will provide adequate power, while the four-cylinder's appeal most certainly lies in its fuel economy advantage. The 2008 Saturn Vue is as eager and agile as most of its competitors and as comfortable on the highway. Steering, throttle and brake response were all in line with our expectations for the category. The return action of the optional tap-up/tap-down shift lever was frustratingly slow, but that's of little or no concern for most considering a Vue.
Stock #703965
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
TransmissionAuto
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage87442
Interior ColorGray
Exterior ColorBlue
VIN: 3GSCL53718S703965
Stock #268120
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
TransmissionAuto
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage110008
Interior ColorTan
Exterior ColorWhite
VIN: 1GKLVMED8AJ268120
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