It took us a while to figure out what was going on here. On first glance it looked like TheCarConnection.com lost it by publishing an article with all the editor-induced changes included. Once we really looked into the article, we figured out this is the way it is supposed to look, but we're not sure it works for the reader. The journalist blended his Highlander, RX 400h and Highlander Hybrid reviews together using three different typefaces and kept the editor strikethroughs for any tense changes. We understand that all these vehicles are basically the same, but not impressed by the presentation.
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