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Top 20 best-selling vehicles of 2014Top 20 best-selling vehicles of 2014

Motor Trend's top sellers through the first quarter of 2014



May 5, 2013 5:32PM
The turbo Focus ST is a great drivers car for a hatch. I saw a test between the ST and a VW GTi . The ST won in just about every test. They will do 150+ mph ,come with 257 hp ,Recaro seats ,handling springs and shocks/struts .I found one for sale at $26k .That seems pricy for a Focus but not when you get all that performance equipment.   The ST is not your Grandmother's Focus.
May 5, 2013 6:09PM
I don't see how they could make this list and not include the 2013 Genesis Coupe. 

2.0T - 274 HP, 275 lb-ft torque and starts at $25K
3.8 - 348 HP, 295 lb-ft torque and starts at $29K

Can get a decked-out 3.8 Track (all the bells and whistles) for under $34K.

Every other car listed here is bare-bones, start adding options and the price will climb fast.

And nothing else on this list has a warranty that comes close to the Genesis Coupe except maybe the Kia.

The Genesis Coupe is easily the best bang for your buck. This list is a joke to not even mention it.
May 5, 2013 6:41PM

Is there any way MSN can figure out how to get the article on one page?

May 5, 2013 11:55AM
I am inpressed with MSN's list here! usually it is loaded with all foreign and one or two american. This one is balanced.
May 11, 2013 4:43PM
I would never spend more then $3000 for a Kia.
May 11, 2013 6:37AM
I have a 2010 Hyundai 3.8 touring Coupe,with R2c intake and Stillen stainless tru-duals,that will blow away half the cars on your list!,why did you not include the Genesis Coupe!,they are GREAT cars!
May 5, 2013 12:09PM
This is a really good list. Some of these cars will have real issues with reliability (Mini, VW) and some will have a problem holding their value (Mitsubishi, Kia), but the ones I've driven are lots of fun. Nice job.
May 11, 2013 3:12AM
240Z, 260Z, 280Z, .....300ZX!......., 350Z,  and  now 370Z...OK, so it has an "X"  paired with the Z but the 300ZX was a nice  lil sports car in the mid eighties and WAS the Nissan model in the sequence the article omitted.
May 29, 2013 3:24PM

Having driven the Challenger, Camaro and Mustang, it's hard to imagine anyone opting for the Camaro over the other 2, unless they are a CHEVY person.  The car is nice, but the visibility from the driver's seat is horrendous and severely obstructed.  It's a good looking car, but not safe compared to the Challenger or the Mustang due to the seats/hood.  Looks powerful, but it doesn't matter how fast your car is, if you can't see where you are going.


If you haven't driven ALL 3 and compared, you can't compare, if you have, you know it's true.  Now proceed to "thumb down" me because you like the Camaro.

May 11, 2013 4:31AM
A better list that they usually post here.  Some cars are missing IMHO.  But seriously, a Dodge Challenger, Kia Optima, and a Chevy Camaro?  There are a multitude of cars that are more enjoyable to drive, without the bloat.  The Camaro was one of the worst cars I have ever rented from a driver's perspective.  Not sure why a Camaro seems to make every single list you guys put out.
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