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2012 Buick Regal

2012 Buick Regal

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Buick LaCrosse

GM has set a goal of making Buick the American Lexus -- a go-to brand for shoppers looking for an upscale car with a gentle ride and a sumptuous interior.  The Buick LaCrosse is leading the transformation, with buttery-soft leather, cool blue accent lighting and some of the most comfortable seats available --  and plenty of power for highway passing.  But you won't have much negotiating power on the LaCrosse.  TrueCar.com data shows that dealers aren't budging on price.

2011 Ford Edge - first drive in and around Nashville

2011 Ford Edge - first drive in and around Nashville

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Ford Edge

Ford's handsome, family-friendly crossover is being replaced with a new design, yet the outgoing 2010 models are still selling for close to sticker price.  The exceptional SYNC infotainment system, which will let you control your smart phone or access other features with voice commands, gives it something the competition can't match. 

 

2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible

2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible

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Infiniti G37 Convertible

The Infiniti G37 Convertible is just a beautiful car, top up or down.  It's also an impressive one to drive.  Most hardtop convertibles handle poorly with the top down -- after all, lowering the roof means putting 400 pounds of steel in the trunk and throwing off the car's center of gravity -- but the Infiniti keeps its composure even when the roof is off.  The company did a great job of matching supply to demand, though, and dealers are asking full price on the G37 convertible.


 
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