2011 Reviews by Manufacturer, H-O

Honda Accord SE — A solid choice
Honda CR-Z — Only takes two to tango
Honda Odyssey — Smart for those in the know
Hyundai Elantra — Another extra base effort
Hyundai Equus — Moving on up
Hyundai Sonata Turbo — A step up to sensible performance
Hyundai Sonata – Making the good life affordable
Hyundai Sonata — Fast becoming a mainstream power
Infiniti FX35 — High tech crossover with muscle
Infiniti G25 — Think G37 light, refreshing, less filling
Infiniti M — Achieving premium luxury sport sedan status
Jaguar XJ Supersport — The long and short of elegance
Jaguar XKR convertible – Open air motoring at its best
Jeep Grand Cherokee — Still goes anywhere, on or off-road
Jeep — Full line gives breadth to change
Kia Optima — The game changer
Kia Sorento — Getting it right
Kia Sportage — Becoming prince charming
Land Rover LR4 — Brings peace of mind
Land Rover Range Rover Sport — Luxury on or off the road
Lexus CT 200h — Hybrid mileage in luxury clothes
Lexus LS 460 — Carries on its luxury tradition
Lexus LX 570 — Rugged, comfortable and expensive
Lincoln MKS — Where luxury meets EcoBoost
Lincoln MKZ hybrid — Could be the smartest entry lux buy today
Mazda CX-9 — Seven go Grand Touring
Mazda2 — Modern minimalist fun
Mercedes E550 cabriolet – A first class, four place ragtop
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet — You have arrived
Mercedes-Benz S550 — Afraid of no storm
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport — Really cool when dressed-up
Nissan Juke — Interesting and inexpensive
Nissan Leaf — Plug and play
Nissan Quest — Finding space enough for a brood