I love stories about lists: 10 best, best quality, gas mileage, etc. But here's one that baffles me. I don't understand why Forbes, an insightful reputable publication, would write a story about 10 good, but not great cars, then offer no criteria for their selection and starts the story with how they don't have anything against Ford or GM. Is this how you spell "pandering" to advertisers?



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