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Nov 27, 2012 4:45PM
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And exactly how many of these cars can the average family actually afford?
Nov 28, 2012 11:27AM
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The people that write these articles must make a whole lot of dough or just plainly out of touch with reality.  How about vehicles the majority of us can really afford next time Motor Trend??
Nov 28, 2012 9:47AM
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The people that can afford some of these cars can afford to fly their own plane.
Nov 28, 2012 8:53AM
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Yea, the Rover will be fun until it leaves you on the side of the road...lots of glitz but no reliability....go to a dealer auction and you will see how poorly this vehicle holds it's value....those who know cars stay away from it
Dec 8, 2012 8:06AM
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I can travel great in a Ford Taurus or Fusion or even a GM  Sedan.  What is wrong with auto columnists? Its too bad that the Large Mercury's and Buicks have ceased to exist.
Nov 28, 2012 8:34AM
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Performance Rides ?  With the economy being what it is now and unemployment going up and small business failing . . . who gives a damn!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec 8, 2012 6:39AM
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most of us can barely pay for rent / morgage and still buy enough food for a week let alone a month and your advertising cars that cost most then most homes , isn't the point of advertisement to entice the public to purchase such things ?

perhaps advertising something a little more affordable , say I donno , bus passes would serve more purpose and not make the average citizen feel like a piece of sh*t  in turn causing more stress for families ?

I find it revolting and completely out of touch with reality to advertise these un-touchable vehicles under the title " " as if anyone can afford to purchase these cars as a regular everyday vehicle let alone purchase them JUST for the winter season !

you people running the media need to start realizing what kind of situation we are really in
goes to show that most media outlets know nothing of how the world is actually working

thanks for the eye candy , and further depression , stress and a feeling of worthlessness
mission accomplished msn .

Dec 8, 2012 6:30AM
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Exactly what you need in the snow and rain ..a Tesla or Porche. Avg price assuming:50000 for anyone of these. pathetic article written again by MSN and its blind and greedy writers assuming we live in such a rich country.
Dec 10, 2012 12:10PM
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you don't need anywhere near 400 hp to make a good touring car .what a joke
Dec 26, 2012 1:34PM
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You should plan a very short road trip if you are going in a Tesla. Where are you going to plug that thing in on a road trip? How long do you want to wait for a recharge??

Realistically you are better off using a minivan (any major brand) for a road trip. Lots of room for all of your stuff and people in pretty comfortable reclining seats not to mention better mileage than anything you showed in your picks.  i would go with your picks if I was cruising locally in your picks and looking cool.

Premium parking at the restaurants also for most of those.

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