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Stock #088874
Engine8 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage122196
VIN: JTJBT20X850088874
Stock #097595
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage120843
VIN: 5NMSG13D87H097595
Driving Impressions The 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee retains the off-road capability of its forefathers, and rates high in the areas of ride comfort, steering and handling. However, on the ones we drove, at least, the brake pedals felt somewhat soft and seemed to need to travel quite a distance before attaining the desired affect. Seating comfort is supreme, with excellent neck protection provided by the forward-leaning headrest. On the road, the V6 feels as though it has its work cut out for it; we prefer the new 4.7-liter V8 or, better yet, the 3.0-liter diesel, which is surprisingly quick. The 5.7-liter HEMI turns the Grand Cherokee into a drag racer. Off-road, we were amazed by the grip that the Quadra-Drive II displayed. When so equipped, the Grand Cherokee seemed oblivious to deep mud, extremely steep slopes and wildly uneven terrain.
Stock #123546
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage105294
Exterior ColorBlack
VIN: 1J8GR48K48C123546
Driving Impressions The refinement with which the 2009 Honda Accord delivers its distinctive brand of relaxed enthusiasm is almost uncanny. In pulling away from a stop, plodding along in traffic and passing on the highway, the throttle responds to your right foot as if reading your mind, seamlessly delivering exactly as much or as little power as you want. Steering, likewise, is perfectly weighted and the car tracks straight down the highway requiring very little driver input, thanks in part to variable-ratio steering that improves both high-speed cruising and parking-lot maneuverability. Rounding out a theme, braking feel, response and feedback are also top-notch. Topped off by a familiar blend of comfortable cruising and eager handling, the 2009 Honda Accord continues to do the same 'ol thing better than ever.
Stock #011977
EngineV6 Cylinder Engine
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage115121
Exterior ColorBlack
VIN: 1HGCP36839A011977
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
If you settle into the GT's driver's seat expecting the performance of a sport sedan, you might be somewhat disappointed by a 219-horsepower pushrod V6 and four-speed automatic transmission, with performance that is decidedly underwhelming. The G6 handles well enough and we appreciated the substantial side bolsters of the front seats. Electric power steering delivers minimal feedback on base cars, but the hydraulic system available on the GT and GXP definitely improves matters. The G6 feels most athletic in GXP form, thanks to its 3.6-liter V6 and six-speed automatic transmission. Unfortunately, a manual transmission is not available, sapping much of the driving character from an otherwise excellent package.
Stock #101392
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage101569
Exterior ColorBlack
VIN: 1G2ZH36N094101392
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Stock #274830
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage110359
Interior ColorGray
Exterior ColorBlue
VIN: 5TDBT48A26S274830
The 2012 Dodge Journey crossover might look like a tall SUV, but its ride and handling characteristics remind us more of driving the Dodge Avenger sedan. Careful attention to the 2012 Dodge Journey's suspension and steering calibrations give it a nice balance between agile cornering ability and comfortable, quiet ride. We were surprised how rapidly the Journey responded to steering inputs, and even when pushed hard into sharp turns the Journey exhibited only minor body roll and lean. With all three rows occupied, we discovered our front-seat and second-row passengers had nothing but praise for their accommodations. The third-row occupants, however, were not as kind. It was the general consensus that the Journey's third-row seat is best reserved for small children. The 2012 Dodge Journey's standard 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine doesn't have to strain to move a lightly loaded Journey, but for overall performance and peace of mind, we'd recommend going with the Pentastar V6. The 3.6-liter Pentastar is one of the best V6 engines ever produced by Dodge, and may even rank as one of the best V6 engines of all time. From its abundant power to its excellent fuel economy, we found the 3.6 liter to be a real gem.
Stock #261421
TransmissionAuto
FuelGasoline Fuel
Mileage82705
Interior ColorTan
Exterior ColorWhite
VIN: 3C4PDCBG3CT261421
Stock #B74704
FuelFlex Fuel Capability
Mileage62285
Exterior ColorBrown
VIN: 1FMZU67K25UB74704
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