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  • This list of the safest 2013 pickup trucks includes any model that received a 4-star or 5-star overall crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), or a "Top Safety Pick" designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

  • This buyer's guide names the eight hatchback models that ranked highly in one of J.D. Power's signature vehicle ownership studies--2013 Initial Quality Study, 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study, and 2013 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study.

  • If you're interested in buying a car that has greater utility than a sedan but you don't want to get a station wagon--or a hatchback, crossover SUV, or minivan--we have a list of 12 alternatives for you to consider.

  • Traditionally, station wagons have been defined as vehicles that are based on an established car model and equipped with an extended roofline, tailgate, and rear quarter glass to create additional cargo room. For the 2014 model year, 10 such cars remain available in the United States, most offered by luxury brands that compete in Europe, where station wagons remain relatively popular.

  • The following 2013 convertible models received the highest ratings for overall APEAL.

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  • This list of the safest 2013 pickup trucks includes any model that received a 4-star or 5-star overall crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), or a "Top Safety Pick" designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

  • This buyer's guide names the eight hatchback models that ranked highly in one of J.D. Power's signature vehicle ownership studies--2013 Initial Quality Study, 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study, and 2013 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study.

  • If you're interested in buying a car that has greater utility than a sedan but you don't want to get a station wagon--or a hatchback, crossover SUV, or minivan--we have a list of 12 alternatives for you to consider.

  • Traditionally, station wagons have been defined as vehicles that are based on an established car model and equipped with an extended roofline, tailgate, and rear quarter glass to create additional cargo room. For the 2014 model year, 10 such cars remain available in the United States, most offered by luxury brands that compete in Europe, where station wagons remain relatively popular.

  • The following 2013 convertible models received the highest ratings for overall APEAL.

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