This isn't really a news story but I find it interesting to read what the masses are searching for on MSN.com. These aren't the enthusiasts looking for every scrap of info possible, but rather those in search of what car they should actually buy. Regardless I can't believe there is anyone out there that needs to look up info on the Honda Civic & Accord, BMW 3-series and Toyota Camry. But they do. The Chrysler 300 also broke into the list and rounding out the top ten are the Ford Mustang, Ford F-150, BMW 5-series and Infiniti G35.
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