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Used Crossovers Ratings

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    8/15/2005 10:47:20 AM

    2004 Jeep Liberty - Sport 4x4

    Pros: the moonroof, pick up , 4X4 capability

    Cons: I wish there was a button to release the back gate within the vehicle (you can only do it by a button on the key)

    Advice: BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT!!! You won't be disappointed!

    I puchased a 2002 Liberty Limited back in 2002 and just traded in for the new 2005 Rocky Mountain edition. I loved my 2002 liberty so much that I didn't even consider another vehicle. Granted, Jeep's are a bit pricier than other small SUV's but the quality is definetely worth the extra cash. This is a great vehicle to have for our 6+ months of Buffalo snowstorms! Gas mileage is ok for an SUV (I average around 21 highway, 19 stop and go). I love the redesigned exterior for 2005, as well as the extra leg room in the back. If you need an SUV to battle tough winter snow this is the vehicle for you.

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    8/12/2005 2:06:16 PM

    2005 Hyundai Tucson - GLS (A4) FWD

    Pros: Comfort and Style

    Cons: center arm rest

    Advice: Take a test drive and see for yourself!

    After deciding that my next vehicle would be a compact SUV, I started researching. Right away, the Tucson's styling grabbed my eye. And overall the professional reviews were favorable in the areas I was concerned with. So I scheduled a test drive -- and was hooked from the minute I climbed into the driver's seat! The contour of the seat is comfortable, the gauges and controls are easily within reach, and the layout is attractive. (I wish the dual-position arm rest had a higher position -- it would be more useful to actually rest an arm on -- but that's a fairly small matter.) The vehicle handles well, and I know I made the right decision to look for something where I sit up high enough so that I feel I can really see the road. I have a long commute every day, through heavy traffic, and I feel much more secure. So, when you factor in the style, comfort, safety features, and the very attractive price, this is a great vehicle!

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    8/10/2005 10:31:38 AM

    2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca - Base 7-Passenger w/Gray Interior

    Pros: Overal design excluding the front and the build quality.

    Cons: front grille :(

    Advice: Look at the safety features and the amount of space(width) in the rear.

    My wife and I just bought our first SUV. We had every intention of buying the Honda Pilot, but decided to test drive several suv's before we made our decision. The Pilot was excellent but the lack of side air bags for the third row concerned me. After test driving a few other models we tried the Tribeca out of curiousity. I admit that the front grille takes some getting use to. I keep telling myself that it's an Alfa Romeo design. But once we drove it we loved it. From the moment you close the doors it reminds you of a german car. Very solid and well made. You really have to handwash it to appreciate how well it's put together. We purchased the 7-seater with the premium cloth since we have two children and I enjoy this vehicle very much. I can't wait for the Chicago winter.

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    8/9/2005 5:16:47 PM

    2005 Hyundai Tucson - GLS (A4) 4x4

    Pros: the side curtain airbags

    Cons: The V6 was a little sluggish

    Advice: excellent safety features

    The Tucson was very comfortable to drive. It was smooth and it felt like I was driving a car. It was tight around turns and had a quiet ride.

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    8/9/2005 6:37:54 AM

    2005 Scion xB - (M5)

    Pros: The amount of room for the occupants.

    Cons: low ground clearance

    Advice: forget the looks and just sit in it

    The manual transmission makes all the difference.

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    8/9/2005 3:18:38 AM

    2005 Hyundai Tucson - GL (M5) FWD

    Pros: price and safety features that come standard

    Cons: power of the 2.0 is sluggish

    Advice: if mpg is not an issue get the V-6

    We have had our Tucson for about two months and love it. My boys are both around 6' 4' and they have plenty of leg room. It is getting around 25 mpg, but the 2.0 is a little doggy.

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    8/6/2005 8:45:11 AM

    2005 Hyundai Tucson - GL (M5) FWD

    Pros: Keyless entry with car alarm

    Cons: Center armrest is too low

    Advice: Don't waste time looking at other vehicles

    I've had my 2005 Tucson for a little over a month and am satisfied so far. The ride is very comfortable, quiet, and smooth. Visibility is excellent and parking, braking, and handling are good. I bought the four cylinder for the better fuel economy and am averaging about 23 miles per gallon. The four cylinder's power is adequate for everyday routine driving. The interior is borderline luxurious and is very attractive and pleasing. I like that most of the features I was looking for are standard. I spent six months deciding what car to buy and I looked at nearly every manufacturer and a variety of makes & models and concluded that the Hyundai Tucson was the best value for me.