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Old 12-06-2001, 22:57   #1 (permalink)
 
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Car And Driver Names Ten Best

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The country's biggest car magazine has named its ten favorite cars for
2002 - and once again, the list includes a Honda Accord, a BMW 3-Series,
and a Chevrolet Corvette. Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Car and Driver magazine
votes on its annual 10Best list and publishes it in its January issue, due
to hit newsstands next week. The winners for 2002 include the Acura RSX;
Audi A4; BMW 3-Series; BMW 5-Series; Chevrolet Corvette; Ford Focus; Honda
Accord; Honda S2000; Porsche Boxster; and Subaru Impreza WRX. Of the ten,
it's the first appearance only for the WRX and RSX
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Whats C & D worth in Tassie? The reason i ask is here the price changes every month. One month it's $8.95 and the next it's $10.95.
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Some Uk mags do the same thing. I have seen them vary by as much as 3 dollars
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Some Uk mags do the same thing. I have seen them vary by as much as 3 dollars
I hate it when they do that.
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Yeah i usually browse briefly at the car and driver mag to see what the Fords and GM have to offer, can't justify buying it for cars that don't exist here.

Some of the Acuras and Buick/Pontiacs are pretty nice.
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One time I question the sticker price on "car" from the UK. It was like nearly half price and it wasn't the exchange rate either. Was a shame there was nothing in that issue that was of interest to me.
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Yeah i usually browse briefly at the car and driver mag to see what the Fords and GM have to offer, can't justify buying it for cars that don't exist here.
Funny you should say that. Thats the reason i buy those magazines in the first place because i like to read about cars that don't exist here. Check out Motortrend and Car and Driver.
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Funny you should say that. Thats the reason i buy those magazines in the first place because i like to read about cars that don't exist here. Check out Motortrend and Car and Driver.
I am the same way. Get wheels and motor for the local market but I need my euro books. Not so much the US but sometimes
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I am the same way. Get wheels and motor for the local market but I need my euro books. Not so much the US but sometimes
Some of the U.S cars do look shocking both inside and out.
How they sell any i don't know? Better not mention any names.
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Some of the U.S cars do look shocking both inside and out.
How they sell any i don't know? Better not mention any names.
yeah i think we know at least a couple you are talking about
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