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Apr 26, 2014 9:57AM
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Really .... A  Benz ... the average person from the mid to upper middle class might be able to buy it at 32 grand .... But when it breaks, it is all over but the crying !!!! Cost of repair, and normal up keep on the car will eat you alive !!! Plus you can't take it to Joe Shmucks Garage around the corner . It would have to go to a specialize tech, or the dealer .... They are rich peoples cars for a reason !!!!
Apr 24, 2014 2:26PM
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Kiplinger carries about as much value to me in my car decisions as Consumer Reports.  Not much.
Apr 30, 2014 2:12AM
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If you're going to pay that kind of money for a used car, you might as well get a new car.....stupid article,
Apr 30, 2014 3:49AM
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Stop doing the best 10 of anything..... You are completely out of touch.
Apr 30, 2014 12:54AM
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Where did you get these prices?  They are thousands below KBB!  False reporting.
Apr 26, 2014 12:44PM
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Jessica Anderson of  and her bias list is typical. She has zero credibility as she has little if any experience in the automotive world, don`t believe me then Google her.


 Jessica Anderson mentions and I quote " Toyota (Camry) have a longstanding reputation for reliability"...remember that the Toyota Camay is one of many reasons the Japanese giant as fallen and one of the most recalled vehicles on the planet folks.


My advice to Ms. Anderson, go find a cubical over at Consumer Reports, the culture at CR is perfect for a gal like you.

Apr 30, 2014 2:59AM
Apr 24, 2014 7:54PM
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@M,
  I agree that you cannot take one auto rating organization's recommendations as too solid alone, but when they all say pretty much the same thing, ignoring it only means that it is you that most likely does not know what you are blogging about when it comes to autos. ALL domestic owners state the same thing as you, which makes it pretty obvious why you do not like these facts.
  I buy/sell  on a professional level and have to agree with groups like CR, Kiplinger, KBB, Edmunds, Car and Driver, for the most part because like them, I have to crunch the numbers of cost of ownership instead of letting my personal preferences cloud my judgment. Domestics have closed the gap somewhat over the years but they still do not stack up when you look at the numbers.
  Know why the Chevy is on the list?? Not because of it's quality, but because of it's massive depreciation rate. I buy Suburbans at 18-24 mos old because they are 40% off retail at that age. That's a disgrace. My personal Japanese SUV, at 7 years old, is still holding at 50% of it's MSRP. That's a value!!

Apr 30, 2014 2:11AM
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Only one out of ten is a Detroit brand???? Kiplinger must be owned by Consumer Reports!!!!!
Apr 29, 2014 1:20PM
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Doesn't say a damn thing about street value and what you may actually get for a vehicle, and there isn't one of the anyone over 5ft 9in can get into...
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