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Top 5 Reviews of 2013

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Top 5 Reviews of 2013

  1. #1

    with an average of 2,139 views per month

    the Full Review of the 2013 Honda Accord Sport


    After driving the Accord for a full week, including a long road-trip, I’m happy to report that I’m very pleased with it overall. I’m not a big fan of the CVT transmission, but I think that for every day driving it won’t bother most people…

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  2. #2

    with an average of 1,398 views per month

    the Full Review of the 2013 Ford F-150 King Ranch EcoBoost 4×4


    The base price for entering into ranching luxury is $43,805. Our tester with its EcoBoost engine, 4×4 drivetrain, and extra amenities tipped the scale to $54,955. That may seem like a lot of money for to spend on a truck but you really do feel like a king of the road with luxury and capability. Living in Texas I could definitely argue for spending $60k on a luxury truck over $60k on a luxury sedan…

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  3. #3

    with an average of 1,280 views per month

    the Full Review of the 2013 Dodge Challenger RT Classic

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    So if I’ve convinced you and you’re ready to throw your credit on the financing table at your local dealer, you can pick up a base R/T for $31,090. Don’t bother with the SXT or anything with a V6, just don’t. Our R/T Classic, painted in Redline Pearl and packed with a few options, had an msrp of $32,490. If you’re so inclined, your car can have a SRT badge and 470-hp under the hood, but you’ll need to step up to at least $45k…

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  4. #4

    with an average of 903 views per month

    the Full Review of the 2014 Toyota Tundra 1794

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    What we like is Toyota’s reputation for bank vault durability. Nobody builds a bad pickup, but if I were guessing which truck I’d be happiest with over 250,000 miles, Toyota would be on the short list – if not at the top of the list. With the durability of a Toyota and the refinement of a Lexus – or, more correctly, a ½-ton Lexus – it’s tough to argue with the package…

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  5. #5

    with an average of 887 views per month

    the Full Review of the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo M/T

    2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo M/T}

    So is this a hot-hatch worthy of buying? Our tester’s MSRP topped out at $26,520 which included just under $3,600 in added features. Even then you’re paying about $5,000 over the base Veloster. So what’s out there that would potentially compete with this car?..

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