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Oct 22, 2013 3:50AM
Oct 22, 2013 5:04AM
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Any article about cars that talks about "Alpha" Romeo indicates the author really doesn't know anything about cars. 
Oct 22, 2013 5:27AM
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I don't get it! I presently own a BMW and a Cadillac. The cadillac rides better, handles just as good, has better peformance, has more room, cost less to service, has had less problems and looks better. I think some of these people have never owned a GM car.
Oct 22, 2013 2:54AM
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The Pontiac G8 was just too good a car to let it die. Nice to see it back as a Chevrolet SS. Who knew the Aussies could come up with such a great car? Nice Job GM!

The rest of that list is pretty spectacular too!

Oct 22, 2013 4:27AM
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LS3, LS7, LT1...sounds like cubic inches still have a place in the market. 
Oct 22, 2013 11:13AM
Oct 23, 2013 4:27PM
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I just can't believe you didn't include the Boss 302 in your list. Way more exciting the half of your picks.

 

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Ford Fiesta ST?  Seriously?  Just more clutter to pollute the  roadside.

 

Ford = garbage.

Oct 22, 2013 4:25AM
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I was lucky enough to visit my sister-in-law at the dealership she works at and got to see the new Stingray as well as a Z/28 Camaro.  So much drooling going on I'm pretty sure they followed me with a mop.  All the other cars look great but that is expected at some of the prices they are asking.  The Fiesta looks the same as it has and seems like it was thrown in to say they were excited about something cheaper and not $150K+ with all the exotics (that the majority of us will only see in a car show).

Oct 22, 2013 6:39AM
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I wouldn't hold my breath on the Alfa Romeo 4C. It looks good from the front, but looks like a shortened dwarf from the side. This car falls a bit short on the looks, and what good is an Italian car without looks? Because let's face it, the only reason to buy an Italian car is for its looks. In terms of everything else, such as performance, price, reliability, and fuel economy, there are far better offerings from Germany and Japan.
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