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Driven: 2013 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Edition

Hot Wheels cars have been a staple of growing up for decades.  At an early age, many automotive enthusiasts have been shaped through which models of the toy cars they played with. The very first of the original 16 castings of Hot Wheels cars released in 1968 was a dark blue Camaro.  Needless to say, there are a lot of Camaro fanatics who also love Hot Wheels cars.  For 2013, Chevrolet is producing a special edition Camaro that looks a lot like the original toy; wheels, paint, flames, and massive Hot Wheels logos included.

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Driven: 2014 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

It’s an american classic. The Ford Mustang GT. Even better as a convertible, which is exactly what we had a chance to recently drive. With 420-horsepower and a lime green paint job, how well does the original pony car hold up in 2014?

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First Drive: 2014 Chevrolet Impala is new from the ground up

In 2008, before General Motors went bankrupt, the Chevrolet team started looking at a replacement for the old but still strong selling full-size Impala. A lot of ideas were thrown around. GM explored many options for the car’s future, including a smaller, rear-wheel-drive based Impala with a retro look.

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Driven: 2013 Ford Flex SEL AWD

If you scanned Ford’s once famous – some would say infamous – Country Squire Wagon into a time machine to star in the next futuristic Jetsons-like movie, would it spit out the current edition of the Ford Flex?

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300 SRT8: Chrysler’s hottest sedan scorches hearts and pavement

Chrysler’s SRT sub-brand is at it again. Taking what should be run-of-the-mill, comfortable, family focused, full-size vehicles and turning them into raging speed-demons. The 2012 300 SRT8 is so ostentatious, one might be tempted to call it bipolar. That’s because there’s few other vehicles that can coddle you in comfort and technology one moment, only to throw you back in your seat with the the howl of a large displacement V8 only a split-second later.

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Driven: Toyota Prius c

Let’s face it, if you buy a Ferrari you can’t complain that its only gets 5 mpg while you accelerate to 100 mph in a matter of seconds. Conversely, if you buy a Prius you can’t complain that it’s slow while getting 60 mpg. If you buy a Prius and complain that it isn’t fast than you are what we like to call someone who wants their cake and to eat it too. No, you’ll never bring home a new 50 inch plasma TV inside it (unless you strap it to the top).  Yes, you will get insanely good gas mileage and parallel parking  will be a breeze.

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