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Bankrate's 2008 Car Guide
What's hot
A boatload of new and redesigned models is coming soon. Has one got your name on it?
What's hot?
Model Style Guide
Start here by choosing the body style most appealing that meets your needs.
Coupe -- Two-door vehicles typically smaller and sportier. While there may be some performance attributes to these coupes, we have not included two-door models that are built for all-out performance. Those can be found under the sports car category. Go»   Coupes
Crossover -- The sport-utility market has splintered into two distinct types of vehicles -- traditional SUVs based on pickup truck frames that generally are the largest vehicles in the category, and crossover SUVs that are usually based on a car chassis and provide better fuel economy than a traditional SUV. In this category we only rank those vehicles that can trace their architecture to a car-based chassis. Go»   Crossover
Minivan -- The people-haulers of the market, typically front-wheel-drive vans that can carry at least six people and as many as nine in some seating configurations. Go» Minivan
Pickup -- The ultimate utility vehicle with an open cargo bed and either two or four doors. This category includes small, mid- and full-sized pickups with differing cargo bed sizes, engine choices and two- or four-wheel-drive options. Choices here are the most popular two-wheel-drive models. Go»   Pickup
Sedan -- Four-door vehicles available in almost every price range and with countless options. This category includes the most popular family vehicles with the most popular engine choices in a range from affordable to luxury. Go» Sedan
Sport utility vehicles -- The combination cargo and people-haulers many families find attractive for their utility and style. This category includes a range of prices and equipment, with the choices being vehicles with the most popular engine choices and chassis configurations. Go» SUV

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