• Apr 8th 2009 at 8:02PM
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Muscled-up 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee will take the stairs, thank you
Handsome and capable, the all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee scales the steps to showoff its new sheetmetal and air-ride suspension.

Acura ZDX aimed squarely at BMW X6
Acura's designer says the ZDX concept was inspired by a slingshot ready to launch. We say it looks an awful lot like a BMW X6. No matter. The V6-powered ZDX will hit dealers sometime this fall.
Scion iQ goes Big Wheels
The Scion iQ is a concept in name alone. Based off the Euro-market iQ minicar, Toyota wants to bring the Scion-badged ForTwo-fighter to the States. But is it hip enough to woo young buyers?
Other news of import

Mitsubishi Outlander GT
Essentially, the Outlander GT Concept is a standard CUV that's been lowered and given a bit of Evoplasty. The new mouth-breather is significantly more aggressive than the current happy-faced model, but changes beyond that are minimal.

2010 Subaru Legacy
The new Legacy is clearly a step up from the car it replaces. It's taller, longer and wider, which makes for more room inside than the old car, which in turn makes for a more compelling rival to the cavernous Accord.

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      • 6 Years Ago
      anybody else finding this show really boring?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Ya i also know from google news about New York Auto Show 2009. The recent approval of a 340 million pound EIB loan to Land Rover and additional $3.5 billion in federal aid for Chrysler and General Motors suppliers are just two indicators of the narrowing gap between government and the auto industry--and that proximity is front of mind for automakers at this year's show.

      So far, stability and fairness are at the top of the automakers' wish lists. Clarity about what federal regulations will be set and how quickly they'll become law is also essential, automakers say, since it takes years to develop and producenew vehicles.

      Ronnie James
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      • 6 Years Ago
      RU serious Acura with that hideous "X6 fighter", yousa..
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