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May 9, 2013 7:43AM
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Around where I live, unfortunately you'd think it was the horrid PT Cruiser.  Those lame things are everywhere, so much so, they should probably have their own separate lane.   
May 9, 2013 9:07AM
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I have the new Boss 302.  Out of the 48 vehicles I've owned, this is the best.  I have a 0 - 60 time of 3.9 seconds and can still eek out 25mpg on the highway.  It is incredible what technology goes into these things now.  FORD RULES!
May 9, 2013 8:19AM
May 9, 2013 9:34AM
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Toyota Camry...is an old peoples car. Old style, good motor..lousy car. The most recalled vehicle in 2012.
May 9, 2013 8:10AM
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Some are missing the point of this article, it's not a recommendation or indication of sales numbers, just the results of what has been researched on line by the public, as is obvious since I do not see any Pathfinders, Miatas,Darts and few new Fusions (three to be exact) or Sante Fe's where I live. I am curious to see the sales figures for the new Fusion since the old style was a hit but I am seeing next to no new ones on the road here in the Rocky Mountains. I did not like the new design at first but it's growing on me, except for the front grill.
May 9, 2013 7:52AM
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Interesting the F150 is the #1 seller in the U.S., and has been most years since WWII, but it can only manage ninth in this ridiculous "story".

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May 8, 2013 5:11AM
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This is good statistical information on what many potential buyers are searching. All of these vehicles have proved to be good choices for some buyers. However, an intelligent buyer looks at more than  popularity when searching for a replacement vehicle....will it meet my needs,will it fit into my budget, will it be the  most versatile for my needs? Popularity generally follows "styling" themes which often do not meet personal needs. Somehow purchasers often overlook needs in lieu of desires.Just something to think about.
May 11, 2013 10:42PM
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In my time,  to fix a car all you needed was a roll of duck tape, some WD-40, and a Pipe wrench.
and the only oil you needed was 20w50. American! yeah!


May 12, 2013 10:15AM
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This list tells us that MSN users are, for the most part, idiots. They enjoy their appliances and probably get their auto buying information largely from Consumer Reports, the most useless car buying publication in the world.
May 12, 2013 7:05AM
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frosty, I've been reading your posts.  You appear to be a very ignorant person, or just a liar.

 

You have dozens of Fords, and they break down.  Well, that makes sense, you'd have to own dozens if they break down at the rate you suggest.

 

Now, as far as the locations vehicles are made.  Do some homework, before posting and proving how ignorant you are. 

 

 

Last thing sweetie, clearly your words are being heard loud and clear as very ignorant, as you are getting more thumbs down than anyone here, and it appears it's due primarily to your ignorance.

 

 

 

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