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Review: Chevrolet 2012 Corvette ZR1

For a small fraction of the car-buying public, price is irrelevant. These people simply see something they want and buy it, regardless of cost. You may picture this demographic buying Ferraris, or Bugattis, or even mammoth quantities of more prosaic stuff (“Fifteen BMW M3s, one for every Caribbean island I own? Hell yes!”). And they…

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Essential Driving Apps

Stitcher This app makes finding verbal company for a late-night drive as easy as spotting Skynyrd on an Alabama jukebox. Browse On-Demand Shows—aka podcasts—and pick something funny, educational, or entertainingly infuriating in just a few taps. Or add shows to Favorites, then set the app to stream the newest episodes. get-gadget Streams live radio, both…

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Buying Advice: City Cars

Buying Advice: The city car category features two sizes: small and extra-small. Many buyers may simply stop at external styling, as all four cars have a look that will stir up some emotion. But if you’re a real urban dweller who fights a daily battle for parking, look at either the Smart or Scion. If…

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Review: Infiniti EX35

Though the shoe-shaped EX35 shares the coupe-meets-SUV look that has come to define the crossover genre, it’s simply not very roomy. Even average-height drivers will have a hard time fitting in the cockpit without brushing the headliner, and the grocery-holding way-back is actually smaller than many sedans’ trunks. Sure, the EX is fun to drive,…

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Review: Campagna T-Rex 16S

Part glorified go-kart, part mutant tricycle, the $62,000 Campagna T-Rex 16S is a freakish cross-breed of seemingly incongruous bits born on Doctor Moreau’s Island of Lost Mechanical Misfits. In its early days, the Canadian three-wheeler was a plaything for ’90s rap stars and fodder for rich-dude rags like The duPont Registry and Robb Report. While…

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