Good ole’ fashioned American muscle gets a modern makeover in the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro. With an award winning design and oodles of horsepower (326-hp with the V-6, up to 426-hp with the V-8), the Camaro is taking the streets. Go to the Chevrolet Camaro page for more details.
The 2011 Ford Escape is the smallest SUV in Ford’s lineup but it’s still packed with plenty of convenient features and comforts. With eco-friendly features and optional V-6 power, this is one SUV that’s perfect for a… you know. Go to the Ford Escape page for more details.
The 2011 Ford Fiesta sub-compact is the latest addition to Ford’s lineup and it arrives with excellent fuel economy (up to 40 mpg highway) and loaded with features. The Fiesta is available as a four-door sedan, or a five-door hatchback. Go to the Ford Fiesta page for more details.
The versatile 2011 Honda Accord has been one of the most popular cars in the US for years, and this latest version should continue that trend with a class-above interior, lots of leg room, and great resale value. The Accord comes as a practical sedan, or a sporty coupe. Go to the Honda Accord page for more details.
The 2011 Honda CR-Z is an all-new sport hybrid from Honda. Yes, you read that correctly. The two-seater CR-Z is the only production hybrid available with a six-speed manual transmission and with its sporty suspension, the CR-Z is anything but tame. Go to the Honda CR-Z page for more details.
If you’ve got a family, it doesn’t get much better than the redesigned 2011 Honda Odyssey. The Odyssey gets a brand new exterior and interior for 2011, and is packed with convenient features like fifteen cupholders and a sliding second row. Go to the Honda Odyssey page for more details.
The three-row 2011 Honda Pilot is ready to lift off to wherever you need to go. The Pilot features seating for up to eight passengers as well as one of the most flexible SUV interiors around with no less than 16 different seating configurations. Go to the Honda Pilot page for more details.
There’s a lot to like about the redesigned 2011 Hyundai Elantra. It gets 40 mpg on the highway and has compact-segment exclusive features like heated rear seats. Plus it features modern and attractive styling inside and out. Go to the Hyundai Elantra page for more details.
The 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe midsize crossover is as versatile as they come. Available with two distinct engines, an efficient inline-four or a powerful V-6, and a long list of options, the Santa Fe fits whatever role you need it to. Go to the Hyundai Santa Fe page for more details.
The 2011 Nissan Altima looks to bring a touch of driving excitement to the midsize class with two lively engine options and a more aggressive suspension. Coupe or sedan, the Altima’s standard features make it one of the best equipped cars in this segment. Go to the Nissan Altima page for more details.
It’s hard to describe the 2011 Nissan Juke. Equal parts sporty coupe and crossover, the Juke features one of the best engines you can get for under $20,000 with its turbocharged, 180-horsepower four cylinder as well as standard Bluetooth® connectivity. Go to the Nissan Juke page for more details.
The 2011 Nissan Sentra compact sedan adds more standard safety features for 2011, including stability and traction control on all models. The Sentra is taller than most of its competitors, which improves visibility and makes getting in and out a breeze. Go to the Nissan Sentra page for more details.
The smallest car in Nissan’s lineup, the subcompact 2011 Nissan Versa proves that bigger doesn’t always mean better. The Versa is available as a sedan or a hatchback, and features a base price under $10,000 along with great fuel economy. Go to the Nissan Versa page for more details.
The 2011 Toyota Highlander has a refresh that improved what was already a pretty compelling midsize crossover. The Highlander gets a larger grille, offers expanded interior technology options, and is available as a hybrid. Go to the Toyota Highlander page for more details.
The 2011 Toyota RAV4 compact SUV/crossover might be the most flexible vehicle in its segment, with a choice of four-cylinder or V-6 power and front- or all-wheel drive. The RAV4 is also the only SUV in its segment to offer a third-row. Go to the Toyota RAV4 page for more details.
The family-oriented 2012 Chrysler Town & Country offers a more upscale interior than other minivans, and plenty of useful features for a family on the go, including power sliding doors, a power lift gate, and Stow ’N Go second-row seating which easily folds into the floor for added flexibility. Go to the page for more details.
The 2012 Dodge Charger offers you the best of both worlds: rear-wheel drive fun and performance when you want it, but also plenty of interior and cargo space. This year’s model also offers a new eight-speed transmission which delivers even more mpg. Go to the Dodge Charger page for more details.