Launched 35 years ago, the 2007 edition of the qNew Cars and Minivansq has been restyled to present more current information in a user-friendly manner. This guide tells you when to buy, sell, or hold onto a vehicle and why price rarely guarantees reliability (beware of 'luxury lemons'). Hard-nosed ratings, qtrueq fuel-consumption figures, and which safety features are unsafe, are all found in this year_s guide, as well as: Dealer markups for each model; cutting the freight fee The best and worst options; whose warranty is the best Which 2006s are butter buys than a 2007 Sample compliant letters that workparts. Additionally, unlike hybrids, diesel-equipped vehicles are reasonably priced and hold their value quite well. ... Already, DaimlerChrysler has thrown in the towel and, in late 2006, dropped its best-selling diesel-equipped Jeep Liberty . ... 2005 (and reproduced on their website at www.washingtonpost.com), titled aquot; Diesel Wona#39;t Solve Our Gasoline Woes, aquot; Tusiani issued the following warning: ... Secondly, choose a manual transmission or an automatic with a fuel-saving Fifth gear.
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