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2004 Honda Element
There's no disputing that engineering and design are the foundations of the automotive industry, but equally fascinating is the marketing of an automobile.
2004 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
You know diesel automobiles have reached a new level of refinement when the model you're driving has the word Sport stencilled on its body, and turns out to be a bit of a hot rod.
2004 Jaguar XKR Convertible
It never fails. As soon as I pick up a convertible test car, the weatherman calls for ten days of rain.
2004 Kia Amanti
For those who thought the day would never come when you could spend $35,000 on a Kia, cast your memories back to the early 1950s, when an unknown German manufacturer named Volkswagen exported a funny looking little insect-shaped econobox called the Beetle
2004 BMW Z4 3.0i
When BMW introduced their Z3 roadster a few years back, it was, to say the least, controversial. To a lot of people, the styling was all wrong. Which, considering BMW's reputation for building some of the most eye-catching cars on the market, was kind of
2004 Nissan 350Z Convert
In the course of a typical working week, I get a lot of odds and ends delivered to me. Usually by courier. On average, I'd guesstimate between five and six delivery personnel a week ring my bell and drop off press kits, travel itineraries, vehicle informa
2004 Jaguar Station Wagon
When the British automotive industry almost wrestled itself into oblivion in the late 1970s 1980s, one of the more outrageous examples of labour management strife was the Ford facility at Halewood, in the British Midlands, where the company built its
2004 Suzuki Verona
Although mini-vans and sport utility vehicles sell in huge numbers in North America, one of the most competitive markets for manufacturers is still the mid-size family sedan segment. This market accounts for 12 per cent of all new vehicles sold in Canada,
2004 Dodge Sprinter
The Dodge Sprinter is easily the biggest mini-van on the market. In fact, it's not really a mini-van at all, more like a king-size people carrier that has as much room inside it as a handball court and can carry enough household items to furnish the avera
2004 Volkswagen Beetle Convert
One of the by-products of carmaker's marketing finesse these days has been the emergence of the so-called chick car. There's no hard and fast logic to it, or right and wrong about it, but more often than not, when you see models like oh - the Mazda Mi
2004 Saab 9-3 Convertible
Back in its pre-General Motors days, Saab built some of the most distinctive cars on the road. To quote Henry Thoreau, they definitely marched to a different drummer, with outside-the-box body styling, unusual powertrain combinations, and one of the most
2004 Mazda 6 SportWagon
One of the more refreshing automotive developments lately - at least as far as I'm concerned - has been the re-emergence of the station wagon. In the cyclical ebb and flow of the car business, the family wagon kind of disappeared for awhile, replaced in l
2004 Acura 3.5RL
Although Honda's upscale division Acura is currently enjoying a lot of welcome attention with its award-winning RSX sport coupe and MDX sport utility vehicle, there's another, less well-known model in their line-up that has been quietly posting decent
2004 Acura TL
Although Acura, Honda's upscale division, has enjoyed fairly healthy sales over the past few years, its customer base is getting older. Thus the 2004 Acura TL, which, according to the company's marketing manager, Dave Gardner, is meant to appeal to buyers
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