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A diverse list of cars from different segments and continents made up this week’s list.
Thanks to all the end-of-the-year deals on new cars, buying used might not always be cheaper.
A variety of cars made up this week’s list of most-researched vehicles including selections from American, Japanese and German brands.
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.
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.
Labor Day is full of wonderful stuff: inflatable gorillas, free hot dogs and enough sheet metal on sale to drown a city in consumer debt several times over.
This week in AutoGuide.com’s new cars section, a diverse list of vehicles emerged as the most popularly searched.
Top 10 Cars of the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show
Geographically speaking, the Frankfurt Motor Show is one of the biggest auto shows in the world. Aside from being a venue to wear holes through countless pairs of sweaty dress socks, it’s a place where a venerable collection of sheet metal is sure to arrive every two years.
If the 2013 show proves anything, it’s that auto manufacturers are almost unanimously in love with two things: concept cars and hybrid drivetrains. Years ago, that idea would have been more depressing than drinking cheap drip coffee in Seattle.
Thankfully, hybrid drivetrains are much more than a way to save on gas these days. They’re quickly being adapted to performance applications; sometimes with blistering results. Click through AutoGuide.com’s top 10 cars of the show to see.
Chevrolet’s auto show debut schedule must be getting busy because the brand chose Frankfurt to debut the convertible version of its refreshed Camaro.
The drop-top version of Chevy’s roaring muscle car wears the same thinner-looking headlights, revised rear lamps and vented hood as the refreshed car first shown in New York earlier this year. Of course, the car also gets an updated version of Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system.
As a mid-cycle refresh, there aren’t any notable mechanical changes to discuss. The car still comes with a 6.2-liter V8. Sprinting from zero to 60 mph in the convertible takes 5.4 seconds according to Chevrolet — that’s 0.2 seconds slower than the coupe.
GALLERY: 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
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