Pilot 2005: The Weekly Driver Review
by James Raia
Like its popular brethren, the CR-V, Odyssey
and new Element, the Pilot completes Honda's
best-buy SUV and van line. And like any of
those offerings or anything else in Honda's
arsenal, it's hard to find serious fault with
the Pilot. Introduced in late 2003, the Pilot
replaced the Passport and it shares the same
basic chassis and powertrain...
||Buying a New Sports Car Twelve Tips
To Avoid Financial Sticker Shock
by Valerie Mills
Nothing (well, almost nothing) can compare to the
thrill of driving a road-hugging high performance
sports car. Instant steering response. Power at
the exact nanosecond you ask for it.
Then, if you have one of the sexier models, youll
attract attention on the road, filling up, and in
the shopping mall parking lot.
Yes, you can pretend youre driving the Autobahn
with the wind blowing your hair. But beware of state
troopers just waiting for an arrest me red
entry on their ticket issuing track record.
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