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“The single hottest model is the Elantra Limited with the NAV package," Mr. Krafcik says, referring to the top-of-the-line car with an in-dash navigation system that is sticker-priced at about $22,000.”
“That would discourage investors from fleeing from the market in a predefault panic and preserve the nation's top-of-the-line credit rating.”
“Last night Bedell Cellars hosted a party to officially introduce their newest, top-of-the-line cuvée.”
“Although the twin-engine J-20 is at least eight or nine years from entering air force inventory, it could become a rival to America's top-of-the-line F-22 Raptor, the successor to the Nighthawk and the only stealth fighter currently in service.”
“Not only is it the best for you when it comes to building muscle and burning fat, it is great for your entire body because it provides only top-of-the-line fuel for energy and the highest-quality materials for building new tissue.”
“On a recent Saturday, as the thermometer held below zero, she swept away mud with the help of builders to erect the top-of-the-line, five-piece tent in a relative's yard.”
“Base pricing will begin at $27,800 for the entry-level LX model and go up to $43,250 for the top-of-the-line Touring Elite.”
“Hyundai has announced pricing for the new Equus luxury sedan will start at $58,000 for the base Signature and go up to $64,500 for the top-of-the-line Ultimate model.”
“While we expected Google TV to be included in Sony's top-of-the-line TVs, such as its flagship XBR series, Sony says its target demographic is younger, media-savvy viewers who are used to multitasking while watching TV.”
“Most models have a five-speed automatic transmission, while the top-of-the-line Touring models get a six-speed auto.”
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