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2007: Year of Auto Contrasts and Extremes
It is time to experience the kick of contrasts and extremes in the automotive world because automakers are setting forth their idiosyncratic 2007 vehicle lineups. The latest vehicle models from Acura to Volvo will wipe out the customary trend of homogeny in rivalry. This time around, automakers are showing off contrasts and extremes.
To boot, 2007 model vehicles include efficient, full-size pickup trucks from GMC, Chevrolet, and Toyota. Fuel-saving small cars from Honda, Toyota, Chevy and Nissan create a great demand in the market. Ford, Lincoln, Acura, Jeep, Mazda and Saturn are also benefiting from their sales in crossover sport utility vehicles. Said crossovers are manufactured to achieve gentle, powerful and fuel-efficient ride. Large trucks will not be tolerable to be left behind. Hence automakers like Cadillac, Audi, Ford, GMC, Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz made their large trucks lineup outstanding.
Wide-range of vehicle lineup will soon be presented to astound auto crowd. Acura parts were upgraded to come up with RSX, the smallest car of the automaker with a starting price lower than ,000. Acura also boasts its smaller version of SUV – 2007 RDX as well as its mid-size sedan.
Chrysler has revamped its lineup. The automaker has added modern headlamps, hood strakes and a shorter rear end. Chrysler will also introduce its very first large SUV which is based on the Dodge Durango.
Revolutionary Hummer parts were further boosted via a brand new 3.7-liter, 5-cylinder engine. KIA Motors has restyled its Sorento and added extra horsepower to it by incorporating the V-6 engine.
Saturn, on one hand, is busy working with a mid-size sedan called Aura and a its first convertible called Sky, which is based on Pontiac Solstice. Suzuki is about to unravel its hot hatchback - Aerio SX4, with a base price of ,594. Finally, there's Volvo S80, a vehicle that gets a V-8 engine for extraordinarily superb power.
About the Author: Joe Thompson is the owner of a successful auto body shop in Ferndale, California. This 38 year old is also a prolific writer, contributing automotive related articles to various publications.