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Dear Car Enthusiast,
I want to share a story I think you’ll enjoy. The other day my new neighbor wandered over to my driveway, where I was washing my baby – a 1966 Jaguar E-type roadster – and introduced himself and asked if I know anything about cars.
He said he’s getting ready to buy a new car, is leaning toward something sporty, but his wife insists on a family car. “We just keep arguing what car should I buy?”
Now, as an editor at Autoweek, I know something about cars. First I asked him what research he’d already done.
“Oh,” he said, “I read a couple of car reviews in Consumer Reports. Isn’t that what everybody does when they’re buying a car?”
“Well, I don’t know about that,” I said as politely as I could. “Do you want car reviews from people who test cars and nothing but cars, every day, all year long? Or would you rather read recommendations from those who also test condiments, washing machines and shampoo?”
He got the point, laughed and said, “You’re right. I need a really expert car buyers guide. What do you suggest?”
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Now he tells me he and his wife are in perfect car agreement at last. They can’t wait to take delivery of an Infiniti Q50. I told my colleagues at Autoweek that I not only helped him find a great car, I may also have helped rescue a marriage.
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Yours for the love of cars,
Associate Publisher/Editorial Director
PS: Remember that sporty family car I mentioned above? We’ve got it all in the Autoweek 2014 Car Buyers Guide: Car Reviews Best Buys – sporty, family, luxury, track cars and more. Of course, if you don’t download the free guide now, you’ll just have to hope some other car review sites offer you a free peek.
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