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It's graduation time! We've compiled a list of the best new vehicles the parents of a recent college grad should consider for their newly grownup child.

Sure, you could go out and buy a brand-new car. Or, you could save yourself from the initial depreciation hit by choosing a certified pre-owned vehicle.

As a talking point, it won't rival North Korea, world hunger or Mideast peace, but the ongoing tug between car and crossover continues to resonate in the hallways and parking lots around Autoblog HQ.

We've sampled each end of the Miata spectrum, and brought you a handy guide.

It's less expensive than that V8 swap you've considered.

Flyin' Miata is the sole US distributor.

We discuss Maserati's foray into crossovers, why bad cars can make good rentals, and the new and used cars you should buy.

James Riswick joins us to discuss the many new cars he's driven, we rant about a VW ad, and then it's time to spend your money.

It'll make Miata purists drool until they see the pricetag.

We recap the recent crop of supercars and Mike advocates for the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.

Design could improve rotary's weaknesses of fuel economy, emissions.

We previously saw similar tech in a Mazda2 rotary hybrid.

Two great options, but which one's for you depends.

A lot of science went into making this crossover better.

The hardtop almost-convertible is an interesting proposition.

Driving Matters, Mazda's marketing pitch, certainly resonates with enthusiasts, although may not be relevant with the increasing number of drivers engaged in texting while steering. Regardless of that disconnect, for drivers Mazda brings to market the long-awaited Miata coupe.

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