Most-Read Car Reviews of the Week

2013ToyotaRAV4

Just when we thought it was out, readers pull it back in. The godfather of persistently read reviews — the 2013 Toyota RAV4 — muscled its way back to the head of the family this week after being relegated to the No. 2 spot on our list of most-read reviews for a month by the 2014 Subaru Forester. Before that, the RAV4 enjoyed a three-month reign at No. 1 that we were beginning to think might never end. Ousted by a measly 109 page views, the Forester had to settle back into second place. Meanwhile, the 2014 Mazda CX-5 returns at No. 8 after a brief absence, while the 2013 Dodge Dart comes in at No. 10 after a long one.

Check out what was popular this week:

1. 2013 Toyota RAV4
2. 2014 Subaru Forester
3. 2014 Chevrolet Impala
4. 2013 BMW 3 Series
5. 2013 Ford Escape
6. 2013 Buick Encore

7. 2013 Toyota Avalon

8. 2014 Mazda CX-5
9. 2013 Honda Accord
10. 2013 Dodge Dart

Comments 

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Car users always focus to drive their cars. But important thing is how to take care of the car. For this the people need concern with various things. Need to take various steps for this. But all the operation should be done carefully and if necessary need to take the advice of the mechanic or foreman.

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