• Jun 5th 2006 at 4:59PM
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While there are plenty of lists of top vehicles for virtually any category (e.g., best economy car, most exotic under one million, ugliest mid-sized sedan in white, etc.) most show only the latest models. If you don't have the financial resources for a brand new set of wheels, here are ten used cars, broken down by category, that won't hurt your wallet quite as much:
Full explanations on how and why each vehicle made the list can be found at the link. Has the list hit the target or missed the parking lot altogether?

Macleans 2006 Top Ten picks
Harris poll ranks the top "buzz-worthy" vehicles from 2005
Automotive awards -- what do they really mean?

[Source: Edmunds]

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