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October 11, 2012

"The $100,000 Question"

"To celebrate the official start of the 2013 car-shopping season and the release of the 2013 models, we posed, to a baker’s dozen of top car writers, the question of what new car they would purchase for under $100,000. The only rule was that it had to act as their day-to-day vehicle, and thus fit their real-life needs—messy kids, demanding friends, and potholed streets included."

I make it ten foreign-made and three domestic.



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Ted Craig

It's always interesting how pretentious people get when asked to contribute to a list like this. Notice how many hybrids and electrics made the list.


But what about a real requirement - dogs. Unfortunately the cancellation of the Honda Element has left buyers with no good alternative here. The key to that vehicle was the rubber mating throughout the back. Technically I think you can get a Hummer that way, but my paycheck doesn't cover that.


I would go with "the world’s most sophisticated goon." I still remember my first new car, the '67 Mustang ($3000, including tax!).

There I was, just cruising along on the Long Island Expressway, when I was stopped for doing 85 in a 55 zone. "But officer, I just got this bad boy!". "Well, son, you just got yourself a ticket to go with it." I swear, it didn't feel like 85 ...

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