Car & Driver - 2003

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On The Cover - Superfour Challenge (Our annual Supercar Challenge turns into a downsized brawl for highly modified four-bangers) Road Tests - Cadillac SRX V-8 (Cadillac works the angles again and produces a likable tall wagon); Nissan Quest 3.5SE (Is this the Z-car of minivans?); Chevrolet SSR (Baseball, apple pie, and one flamboyant convertible pickup); Scion xB (Another Toyota youthmobile that's likely to score with the "not so young") Comparison Test - Superfour Challenge (By the editors of Car and Driver) Previews - Lamborghini Gallardo (Don't wave your cape at this little bull, Mr. Matador); Cadillac CTS-V (Cadillac builds one for us); Saab 9-3 Convertible (More style, less wind in your hair, and a lot less torque steer add up to a pretty competitive $40,000 ragtop) Features - 10Best Readers Contest (Win big money, negligible fame); Specialty File: Battle Of The Bricks (Kleemann Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG versus Lingenfelter Hummer H2); Tech Stuff: Suspensions Of Disbelief (We put the Corvette's four available chassis setups through Cone Hell in search of the ideal ride-and-handling compromise); Sport: Lessons In Life And Death (The Pettys, the winningest family in stock car history, learn a new definition of the word "winning") Short Takes - BMW 330i With Performance Package (It's not an M3. But it does have four doors); Honda Accord Coupe EX V-6 (V-6 + MT = Increased EQ) Columns - The Steering Column (A new look, new specs and a tragic loss); Backfires (Confusing Caddys, what kids don't want, Ms. Goodwrench); Patrick Bedard (Reading out and grabbing some free AM and FM); Brock Yates (The Indy 500 is broken, so fix it); Aaron Robinson (Mixing with Bernie and Niki in my first reporter job); Upfront (Knockout Mercedes SLR, $80K Maserati, '05 Subaru Legacy); Road Test Digest; Last Page: Reader Sightings
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