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Japanese, German and American cars all came together to comprise this week’s most researched five at AutoGuide.com.
Performance cars were predominantly popular in the AutoGuide.com new cars section this week.
This week, the most researched vehicle were predominantly Asian imports. The Ford Edge crossover was the one exception.
An accumulation of affordable vehicles accounted for the “most researched” contingent in AutoGuide.com’s new cars shopping section this week.
The Lexus ES350 was a hot topic this week in AutoGuide.com’s new car section, followed by a series of other sedans marking different segments.
BMW’s entry-level mid-size sedan ranked at the top of AutoGuide.com’s new cars section with the most queries this week.
It was mostly American cars that made up the most researched in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section this week.
Over the past week, imports emerged as the most popular in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
With the exception of one German car, the five most popularly searched vehicles this week were all Japanese.
This week, the most researched cars were all Asian with one exception: the Buick Encore.
Vehicles ranging from muscle cars to full-size sedans were among the mot popularly searched in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section.
A diverse mix of cars made the “most researched list” this week including compact ad midsize sedans as well as the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV.
If there’s one thing that many of this week’s “most researched cars” hold in common, it’s compact size.
Rear-wheel drive coupes and sedans were the most popularly researched this week in AutoGuide’s new cars section.
Predictably, the 2014 Toyota Corolla review was the most popularly read on AutoGuide.com this week.
This week’s most researched cars range from being practical to practically unaffordable.
According to a recent study, car buyers between the ages of 16-32 actually enjoy visiting dealership lots more than older generations, though they dislike dealing with car salesmen.
Asian imports absorbed all top five spots in this week’s “most researched” list this week.
Toyota took three of the five places with the Prius C hybrid along with the Corolla and Yaris. The Japanese maker will soon launch a new generation of the top-selling Corolla with fresh style and added efficiency.
Meanwhile, the Honda CV-R comact crossover was also a popularly search item this week, as was the mid-size Hyundai Santa Fe.
Entertaining rear-wheel dive vehicles were the most popularly searched in AutoGuide’s new cars section this week.
AutoGuide’s new car shopping section saw a diverse list of searches this week.
The sub-compact Smart Fortwo was popular, as was the mid-size Honda Accord. Both are fuel efficient options with small engines, but that wasn’t enough for some of this week’s shoppers.
For the most fuel frugal among them, there was only one choice: the Toyota Prius. But for every person hopingto save fuel, there’s bound to be an enthusiast yearning for rear-wheel drive power.
This week the two most popular cars in that category were the new 2014 Lexus IS sport sedan and the all-new Jaguar F-Type convertible sports car.
Browsing for cars on your iPad has done more than speed up your car buying process, it’s forced a dramatic shift in how automakers are spending their ad dollars.