1999

KansasCity.com's view

January 12, 2001

Pickup trucks are selling so fast you’d think half the country is in the home remodeling business. Roughly half of all vehicles sold are trucks, and last year Ford’s F-series racked... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

October 17, 1999

Camry–Accord, Camry–Accord, Camry–Accord. It’s like a mantra to many mid-size sedan buyers, who seem to think there’s little else that would satisfy their craving a ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

September 30, 1999

If you know anything about the recent history of Korea, it should come as no surprise that Hyundai is rising fast in the auto industry. After the Korean War ended in 1953, South Korea was ... Read More
The Detroit News's view

September 29, 1999

The 1999 Chevrolet Tracker – specifically, the two-door convertible version – sounds so good on paper. The Tracker two-door is a small, relatively affordable sport-utility vehicle with... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

September 19, 1999

We all know that when it comes to the say about buying cars, women rule the roost. If you think this only applies to married guys, guess again. When you’re single, the car you drive says ... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

September 12, 1999

The Ford Mustang went on sale April 17, 1964, with a base price of $2,368. To commemorate Mustang’s 35th anniversary, Ford has come up with a limited-edition (5,500 copies to be so... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

September 12, 1999

One would never expect to need a four-wheel drive vehicle unless snow is flying. But, this case tested that theory. I needed to travel to Philly to attend to some family business when the heavens... Read More
The Detroit News's view

September 9, 1999

As good as the Silhouette Premier is, however, Chrysler’s Town & Country Limited remains the gold standard in the segment – hands down, the best minivan that money can buy. And that... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

September 9, 1999

Chevrolet had great expectations for the new version of the Tracker minisport-utility vehicle. The old model was a poorly built box on wheels that felt cheap and wasn’t much fun to ... Read More
The Detroit News's view

September 8, 1999

If it strikes you that the Ford Explorer and Jeep Cherokee seem to be the sport-utes of choice for the everyday, backwards-baseball-cap-wearing masses, take heart. The 1999 Mercedes-Benz ML430, th... Read More
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