Crossover Dealers Harrison AR

In the following article, you will learn some information about creative crossover products. These products include 2008 Mazda CX-9, 2008 Ford Edge, 2008 Infiniti FX35 and so on.

Woods Motor Co
(870) 295-6181
8326 Highway 1 S
Lexa, AR

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Car Today
(870) 931-4224
404 S Gee St
Jonesboro, AR

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R H Car Sales
(870) 898-8776
1120 N Constitution Ave
Ashdown, AR

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Scales Auto Sales
(501) 372-0803
1200 Broadway St
Little Rock, AR

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C Brockinton Auto Sales
(501) 843-8581
812 S 2nd St
Cabot, AR

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Kellogg Valley Motors
(501) 834-3112
14418 Highway 107
Gravel Ridge, AR

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Affordable Paint and Body Repair
(870) 598-3336
1223 E Main St
Piggott, AR

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Ken Henry Auto Sales
(479) 751-8081
803 S Thompson St
Springdale, AR

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Johns Used Cars & Trucks
(501) 982-0069
713 N Loop Rd
Jacksonville, AR

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Thrifty Car Sales
(479) 636-5050
1810 So. 8Th Street (Hwy 71B)
Rogers, AR
 
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Top 10 Crossovers

Top 10 Crossovers 2008 Acura RDX

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2008 Acura RDX
What we think
The RDX serves up Acura’s philosophy of triumph through design in heaping portions. The standard all-wheel drive is powered by the company’s first ever factory-turbocharged street engine. That means buckets of power when you need it. Front seats with two memory settings and lumbar support round out the crossover’s cleanly designed interior, and dual-zone climate control will keep everyone happy.

At a glance
MSRP: $33,195
Engine and Drivetrain: 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine with 240 horsepower, 260 lb-ft of torque; 5-speed automatic transmission; full-time all-wheel drive.
MPG: 17 city/22 highway

2008 Infiniti FX35
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2008 Infiniti FX35
What we think
The FX35 represents all that is luxury in the crossover world. Massive 18-inch wheels are standard on this cruiser, as is a system that remembers your presets for mirror position, seat position and steering wheel location. Leather and DVD navigation are just a few more of the features that make the FX even more than an up-scale Nissan.

At a glance
MSRP: $38,050
Engine and Drivetrain: 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 275 horsepower, 268 lb-ft of torque; 4.5-liter V-8 engine with 320 horsepower, 335 lb-ft of torque; 5-speed automatic transmission; rear-wheel drive with optional full-time all-wheel drive.
MPG: 15 city/22 highway (3.5L, rear-wheel drive), 15 city/20 highway (3.5L, all-wheel drive), 13 city/17 highway (4.5L)

2008 Ford Edge
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2008 Ford Edge
What we think
Ford’s Edge boasts a powerful 265 horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 engine to keep pace with the competition. Though it lacks some of the comfort options of the more up-scale crossovers out there offer, the Edge is available with options like DVD navigation and Sync that make vehicle a fun alternative to those stuffy rides. Since it’s available with all-wheel drive as well, the Edge can keep hauling through slippery weather.

At a glance
MSRP: $25,735
Engine and Drivetrain: 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 265 horsepower, 250 lb-ft of torque; 6-speed automatic transmission; front-wheel drive, optional all-wheel drive.
MPG: 16 city/24 highway (front-wheel drive), 15 city/22 highway (all-wheel drive)

2008 Mazda CX-9
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2008 Mazda CX-9
What we think
Mazda has set its sights on its crossover competition with the CX-9, and with plenty of power and a low price tag, the company has hit its mark. The CX-9 manages to seat seven while retaining the stylish curves of its little brother, the CX-7. Under the hood, a powerful V-6 makes sure you and your friends get where you’re going quickly, and the optional all-wheel drive system is capable enough to pull through inclement conditions.

At a glance
MSRP: $30,050
Engine and Drivetrain: 3.7-liter V-6 engine with 273 horsepower, 270 lb-ft of torque; 6-speed automatic transmission; front-wheel drive, optional all-wheel drive.
MPG: 16 city/22 highway (front-wheel drive), ...

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