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Crossovers Ratings

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    2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class - 4x2

    Pros: Navigation

    Cons: Rear seating

    Advice: Sit in the back seats to determine if tolerable for you and your passengers

    Handling was extremely responsive, excellant acceleration, interior cabin layout well done. Rear seating very cramped, smallish storage area in the rear, however fold down seating for a flat surface was adequate for storage of shopping items. Financing currently offered was most attractive, with Mercedes Benz making the first two (2) payments, with 1.9% finance rate for the following sixty four (64) months, no money down, taxes and license fees included in the purchase price-what a deal!!!!

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    2010 Nissan Cube - (M6)

    Pros: bluetooth

    Cons: power door locks

    Advice: Great little car for running around town. Room for family and bags.

    drive was great. I needed a winter car that was cheep. The lease was great. I have a sports car and dont want to kill it in the winter.

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    2009 Saturn OUTLOOK - XE FWD

    Pros: space, capacity for seven passengers,

    Cons: tire noise.

    Advice: Well I bought the last one. So try to find a clean 09 and be happy for 200,000.00 miles.

    the outlook has more power, better steering, great braking, interior finish excellent, seat movement very easy,

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    2009 Toyota Venza - V6 AWD

    Pros: Right now the seats. They're as comfortable as the Highlander's.

    Cons: I really don't like how it handles on bumpy surfaces; and I wish it had real arm rests.

    Advice: Go for it if you're stepping down from an SUV or up from a sedan. You can't beat it!

    There are some blind spots, so looking carefully before changing lanes is a must! And when the car hits a bump or a continuous patch of bad pavement, you feel it....not unlike a truck. That shouldn't be. The gas mileage is so-so. I had hoped it would be better than my 02 Highlander. Still, this is a lovely, and I mean lovely car for someone like me who packs four bikes, gear, people, and luggage to events. It does the job really, really well.

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    2010 Hyundai Veracruz - Limited FWD

    Pros: The interior.

    Cons: Have not found that yet

    Advice: Do your homework.

    I love to drive the car and hope to make many vacation trips in it. Everyone that see's the car are taken by the interior trim and all the extras. The car with tax and del. cost was less than 35,000. I have owned 2 Hondas in the past and if this car is anywhere near to them I'll be very pleased. I couls have purchesed GM for 6,000 more and not had all the options, but to be honest Ford was the only U.S. brand that I could consider.

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    2010 Lexus RX 350 - FWD

    Pros: everything

    Cons: like everthing on the auto

    Advice: Buy one you won't be sorry

    Comfort drive, turns on a dime, generous loading capacity, great on road trips, rear automatic opener

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    2010 Honda Pilot - EX-L FWD

    Pros: Front seat warmers for cold weather

    Cons: Honda's optional roof rack cross bars create wind noise on the road

    Advice: Excellent value in the low $30

    Excellent value over all compared to all other SUV's that I considered, with seating for eight. The pop up rear window give you a lot of flexability to carry long objects without having to tie them down on the roof rack. After over one year of ownership, the best gas milelage that I have seen was on the road at 28 MPG when the engine automatically moves to the ECO mode and runs on three cylinders. I am averaging 18.4 miles overall. The front wheel drive is excellent in the snow. Honda's bluetooth works poorly with bad reception. This is my second Honda Pilot. I still own my first with 118,000 miles that has requred not major repairs and still runs great. This SUV really keeps its value.