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2006 Lexus LS 430
“Switch on the massaging, heated rear seats and you'll never want to get out.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
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2006 Audi A8
“Throttle response is gratifying, to say the least. Whether taking off from a stoplight or jetting up to cruising speed on the freeway, a solid rush of power is always on tap.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.8 
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2006 INFINITI M35
“The 280-hp V-6 offers gobs of go across the rev band and rarely leaves you thinking that you shoulda had a V-8.” — Automobile   See More Reviews
3.8 
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2006 INFINITI M35x
“The 280-hp V-6 offers gobs of go across the rev band and rarely leaves you thinking that you shoulda had a V-8.” — Automobile   See More Reviews
3.8 
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2006 INFINITI M45
“The stiff superstructure, with wheels stretched to the corners and the engine behind the front wheels, adds up to a package more than capable of hitting the sweet spot in balance, ride and handling in a sport-luxury sedan.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
3.8 
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2006 Acura TL
“High-intensity headlights are a real plus.” — The Detroit News   See More Reviews
3.4 
2006 Acura RL
“With eight-way adjustability for the driver's seat plus a steering column that telescopes as well as tilts, nearly any adult should find a comfortable position behind the RL's wheel.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Audi A4
“Safety features include a comprehensive array of airbags and full-coverage side air curtains as standard equipment.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Audi A6
“An "advanced key" option allows you to start the car without digging around for the key at the bottom of your purse or briefcase. Sensors recognize the key, and to start the car, you press the "engine start" button.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 BMW 325
“Handsome...and destined to age well.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 BMW 330
“Functional and understated, this is simply one of the best interiors available.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 BMW 525
“The front strut and rear multilink suspensions soak up the imperfections on the asphalt with poise. Push it harder through the turns and the 5 corners with tremendous grip and stability.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 BMW 530
“The front strut and rear multilink suspensions soak up the imperfections on the asphalt with poise. Push it harder through the turns and the 5 corners with tremendous grip and stability.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 BMW 750
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Cadillac CTS
“While the automatic is a gem of a transmission, it's the manual that makes for a rare treat in this Cadillac, since it has been nearly 20 years since a manual tranny has seen the inside of a Caddy.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Cadillac DTS
“Opt for Luxury III and there's genuine burled walnut interior trim, massaging front seats, Bose premium audio system, "rainsense" wipers and chrome wheels.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Cadillac STS
“Cadillac estimates the V8 rear-drive version of the upcoming STS to be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.8 seconds. All-wheel drive adds a second.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Ford Mustang
“Faster, more agile and better looking than ever. It rides smoother, The interior is beautifully done.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 INFINITI Q45
“It's balanced well for driving on twisting roads and it's very stable at high speeds. Its ride quality is firm yet sophisticated.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Jaguar S-TYPE
“Slathered in real wood and sumptuous leather, the Jaguar S-Type's interior has few competitors that are as opulently trimmed.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Jaguar X-TYPE
“Inside the cabin, the flowing design theme from the exterior carries through onto the instrument panel. Wood veneers on the dash and on the center console, combined with the wood and leather-trimmed steering wheel, give the passenger cabin an upscale look and feel.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lexus GS 300
“The interior is a tasteful, calm, whisper-quiet environment in which to do your driving business.” — American Woman Road and Travel   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lexus GS 430
“The interior is a tasteful, calm, whisper-quiet environment in which to do your driving business.” — American Woman Road and Travel   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lexus IS 250
“We enjoyed driving them, particularly the more powerful IS 350. It's fast, it sticks in corners and it stops with authority.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lexus IS 350
“The IS 350's VDIM electronic stability control steps in very early to keep the driver out of trouble.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lincoln LS
“Comfortable but not particularly stylish inside, the LS boasts seats that suit most drivers, plus a proper assortment of logically arranged controls. Although some materials inside don't present a feeling of luxury, the LS is nevertheless comfortable. For a sedan of this size, however, the back seat is a bit tight. No complaints about the gearbox; it's responsive and we like how the manual gate is set to the side.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Lincoln Town Car
“The Town Car is appealing for its spacious seating for six people and a trunk that provides cavernous storage for luggage and golf clubs.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz C350
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz CL500
“The CL features an Active Body Control suspension system that minimizes body motions while cornering by using hydraulic springs to keep the car level.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS500
“...compared to a traditional coupe, the CLS is legitimately comfortable in back rather than merely passable.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG
“Ride, acceleration and handling are superior -- so seductive and addictive that they keep you in the car, constantly searching for the next curve, the next fast lane, going nowhere in particular in a world of specific agonies.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz E320
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz E350
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz E500
“The sedan's well-appointed cabin features a two-tone dash with wood accents, top-grade materials and nicely dampened controls.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz S350
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz S430
“Virtually every convenience imaginable, from massaging front seats to electric door-close assists, and the most sophisticated passenger-car safety technology money can buy.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mercedes-Benz S500
“Virtually every convenience imaginable, from massaging front seats to electric door-close assists, and the most sophisticated passenger-car safety technology money can buy.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
“The Evolution's (no VIII on its badge) driving environment is workaday; its steering is quick, precise, and light, and its shifter has short, positive throws.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Saab 9-5
“Each [trim level] has a distinct personality, with individual interior styles, different performance levels, and different price points to suit the priorities of their buyers.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Volkswagen Phaeton
“Our test car was equipped with a 4.2-liter, 335-hp, 317-lb-ft V8, the same engine in the A8 L, and we found it a delight (a W12 engine is optional), with a wonderful exhaust growl, something you don't expect in a luxury car.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Volvo S60
“The heating, ventilation and air conditioning controls are well designed and easy to operate, with big buttons that use Volvo's clever metaphoric design to direct the airflow.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Volvo S80
“When it comes to ride comfort, feature content and uncompromised safety, the S80 excels, but for those who prefer a little sport in their sedans, the S80 will leave you wishing for more.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Volvo V70
“Occupants are shielded by a safety-cell structure and active seats designed to prevent whiplash injuries. Airbags are positioned ahead, beside and above.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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2006 Volvo XC70
“The XC70 is distinguished by its raised suspension and SUV-flavored trim.” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
no Cargo Capacity
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