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Top 10 Cars that Reignite the American Dream

Posted 9/18/2012 3:00 PM
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The car buying public has been slow to embrace the Chevy Volt, but the fundamental concept behind GM's quasi-electric car is sound. For journeys around 30 miles or less (longer than the average American's daily commute) the Volt uses zero gasoline, while a gasoline-powered generator kicks in for longer trips, propelling the Volt much like a locomotive. The Chevy Volt is an electric car without typical electric-car limits, and it's as clear a sign as any that American innovation is alive and well.

Find a Top 10 List - New Car and Used Car

Looking for a new sedan that gets great MPG? Or a used SUV with high crash test ratings? We’ve got a list for that.
  • Most Fuel Efficient
    Based on fuel-economy estimates from the EPA
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  • Top Consumer Rated
    From current owners and other reviewers
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  • Best Safety Rated
    Based on government crash test data
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  • Highest Horsepower
    Cars and trucks that pack a punch
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  • Most Popular
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  • Most Expensive
    Based on's Fair Purchase Price
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