The 2007 Honda CR-V is Honda's smallest SUV. The CR-V is actually based on a car rather than a truck as other care manufacturers do when building and SUV. This makes the CR-V smaller and has handling similar to that of a car instead of the large vehicle feel normally associated with an SUV. The 2007 model comes in three trims: base LX, EX and EX-L each with different options and interiors.
The 2007 Toyota Yaris is similar to the 2006 version. In fact Toyota began selling the Yaris in 2006 as a 2007 model. The vehicle is Toyota's most-compact car available in the United States. It replaced Toyota's Echo. It is a vehicle available in a four-door sedan or hatchback. It is known for being compact, reliable, extremely affordable and fuel efficient.
The 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid is a gasoline and electric hybrid with a few additional safety features added for the new years plus an entirely new Touring trim. The Prius has always differed from other hybrids in that the electric engine dominates this car's drivetrain. The electric motor powers the car until it reaches about 12 miles per hour and then the gasoline engine takes over. The 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid is available in the Base and Touring trims.
The 2007 Toyota Avalon has not changed much from the previous year. The Avalon is a larger 4-door sedan known for its roominess for both the driver and passengers front and rear. The Avalon is famous for being a road car with excellent handling and a powerful engine. The Avalon comes in four trims the XL, Touring, XLS and Limited.
The brand new 2007 Honda Fit is Honda's entry in the starter-level compact car category. It is a vehicle essentially designed for the young urban crowd. It is small, meant for fitting into tight spaces like you might find in an urban setting and reasonably prices for those paying outrageous rents for living in the city. The Fit is a fuel-efficient small car that comes in a base and sport trim.
The 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid was rolled out by the company in 2006 and was billed as a much more fuel efficient vehicle than previously available from Honda. The Civic Hybrid can get up to 49 miles to the gallon in city driving and 51 miles for highway driving. For the 2007 version the car now has XM Satellite radio standard when the navigation system option is purchased but is little changed from 2006.
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