Leave it to the luxury mavens at the Robb Report to pick the Aston Martin DB9 as the car of the year. I mean the $173,000 car is nice and all but seems a bit over the top even for the Robb Report. I realize many of the other 13 finalists like Corvette, CTS-V, Chrysler 300C, Lotus Elise and Acura RL just didn't have the bling factor to make it. And I thought the choice of the Bentley Arnage T over the super hot Continental GT was another oversight. But what's the point of arguing top-exotics anyway? I guess to sell magazines.
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