Forgive me for dragging a dated late-90s video game reference (and what can rightfully be called the Adam and Eve of all Internet memes) through the mud and onto the tele-screens of your short-term memories.
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The 2013 Hyundai Azera looks great inside and out, offers up a good list of standard and optional features that put it squarely in the premium category, and yet somehow failed to make much of an impression on us.
One auto show down, another one to go, which means more teasers from the automakers.
When a $19,000 subcompact car comes with a navigation system and keyless entry, it’s clear that the definition of "luxury car" has changed.