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  1. The Daily Drivers: 2016 Honda Civic Coupe Touring


    You have to applaud Honda: The carmaker still believes that some drivers prefer two doors to four — hence the coupe versions of the popular Accord and compact Civic. Following its redesigned sedan, Honda rolled out a new coupe for 2016 with an edgier design, bolder face and an available turbo 4.

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  2. My Favorite Car: '89 Toyota MR2, John Lapsitis, 78, St. Pete Beach


    '89 Toyota MR2

    Fell in love with my first '86 MR2 in 1990. To me, it was the most beautiful, fun car to drive. While living in North Dakota, I had a chance to buy a pristine '87 MR2 from an expecting mother, but it had no air-conditioning. After moving to Texas, I found an '89 MR2 with …

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  3. Premium gas provides no benefit to cars that use regular, AAA study finds


    Research by AAA has found that motorists wasted $2.1 billion in 2015 buying premium gasoline for cars that don't require it.

    Research finds car owners are wasting money buying premium gasoline for vehicles designed to use regular. []
  4. The Daily Drivers: 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet


    Is there an enduring automotive design more iconic than the rear-engined Porsche 911 Carrera? You don't have to be an auto enthusiast to recognize the distinctive shape and know: "That's a Porsche." For 2017, the 911 — across its dozen-and-a-half models — is sleeker, more powerful and yet more efficient.

    2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
  5. My First Car: '68 AMC Javelin, Dean Christianson, 74, Hernando


    '68 AMC Javelin

    This is a photo of my 1968 AMC Javelin I ordered from the factory. When it arrived they wanted some additional money for some items. I was attending Rutgers University in New Jersey at the time. My wife and I traveled across the Nevada desert with temperatures well into …

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