Toyota Sienna LE is a pleasant, spacious, affordable ride

Toyota Sienna featured

Minivans are the prime people movers of our time, and Toyota has been cranking out solid Siennas to fill that niche for years. Now comes the revamped 2011 version, and much of what has made this a prime choice remains. This is still a big box: The tested LE model, with a four-cylinder engine, rides on a 119.3-inch wheelbase, about an inch longer than the Honda Odyssey and 2 inches shorter ... Read More

2011 Ford Transit Connect

Ford Transit featured

What's with this business of getting sensible? Doesn't everybody know that the only way to haul stuff is in a monster pickup truck, or at least in a cavernous van? It's the American way. But it's being challenged by none other than the quintessential native son, the Ford Motor Co., purveyor of ponderous pickups. The instrument is the Ford Transit Connect cargo van, designed in Europe and ... Read More

2011 Volkswagen Jetta SEL

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The automotive equivalent of marching to a different drummer probably is something like motoring to a different gear ratio. Whatever, it's been a Volkswagen hallmark from the get-go. The first car from the German manufacturer was the venerable Beetle, which arrived on these shores shortly after World War II. It had a rear engine when other cars had one up front. The engine was air-cooled ... Read More

2011 Kia Sportage EX

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Kia continues its relentless product onslaught with the 2011 Sportage, a redesign of an existing nameplate. It joins the new Soul, Forte, Koup and Sedona in the Kia lineup, and precedes the redesigned Optima. The Sportage strengthens the South Korean manufacturer's bid, along with its Hyundai corporate sibling, for an increasing share of the U.S. market. Sales of both nameplates have been ... Read More

Muscular Mustang looks great, drives great

Ford Mustang 2011

There are very few special cars - fun cars, exciting cars - that most of us can afford. Sure, there are Ferraris and BMWs, and even Chevrolet's Corvette. But only Ford's Mustang has a working man's starting price. An entry-level V6-powered Mustang Coupe starts at $22,145, about half an average working Joe's annual salary. And this car looks great and drives great, and its upgraded V6 ... Read More

CarSoup Partner Announcement

Rob Young, Vice President of Classified and Retail Advertising for the Post Dispatch and Sam Barbee, Executive Director of MADA

MADA TEAMS UP WITH THE ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH St. Louis, MO. (November 28, 2012) – The Missouri Auto Dealers Association (MADA)announced it has reached a cross-promotional and sales representation agreement with the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Effective December 1, automotive account representatives from the Post Dispatch will handle sales and service for CarSoup.com. CarSoup.com is a ... Read More

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