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While we are busy preparing for the 2013 Detroit Auto Show next week, you've been busy watching our videos. This week the focus seems to be on the 2013 Toyota RAV4—and whether losing the third-row seat and V-6 engine hinder its capabilities.
We explained why the Tesla Model S was named Green Car Reports' Best Car To Buy 2013, and discussed what a great family vehicle the 2012 Toyota Prius V is if you're looking for a fuel efficient family hauler. While both of these two vehicles are green, only one can be called fun-to-drive or, dare we say it, sexy. The 2013 Ford Fusion was named The Car Connection's Best Car To Buy 2013, and we justified our decision thoroughly in our video announcement. Last but not least we took a look at the 2013 Honda CR-V and found it to be bland; but it does feature terrific packaging.
So before you attempt to spend a little time with your family this weekend, be sure to watch these videos. Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up to date on all our latest video reviews and news.
Toyota decided to drop the RAV4's third-row seat and V-6 engine option for this new generation, but will that hurt sales?
Is the new 2013 Tesla Model S a space shuttle or electric car?
It can haul a family of five, or a 50-inch flat screen TV at the drop of the hat, all while averaging more than 40 mpg.
With Aston Martin inspired design cues and technology advanced powertrains, there's no question as to why the 2013 Fusion was named The Car Connection's Best Car To Buy 2013.
The white bread of crossovers has never been packaged this well before; but do you like white bread?