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2013 Long Island Auto Show highlights
The 2013 Long Island Auto Show, which runs through Sunday, Oct. 20, features the latest vehicles from 13 brands and classics from the Cadillac Club of Long Island, the Mustang/Shelby Club of Long Island, and Hollywood Autos of West Babylon. Here's some of the best -- and worst (at least in the eyes of Car Nation) -- of the cars, trucks and SUVs parked on the basement level of the Nassau Coliseum.
Best-looking new car: 2014 Lincoln MKZ
Runner up: 2014 Subaru Impreza WRX
Worst-looking new car: 2013 Fiat 500
Runner up: Toyota Prius Plug-in
Most expensive new vehicle: GMC Yukon XL Denali, $65,650
Most expensive car (excludes trucks and SUVs): Dodge Challenger SRT8, $51,420
Least expensive new vehicle: 2014 Scion IQ, $16,420
Most fuel-efficient vehicle: Toyota Prius plug-in, 95 MPGe
Most fuel-efficient non-plug-in: Ford Fusion Hybrid, 47 MPG combined
Most fuel-efficient non-hybrid: 2014 Scion iQ, 37 MPG combined
Biggest gas-guzzler: 2013 Ford F-150 Raptor SVT, 13 MPG combined
Biggest gas guzzler (excluding pickups): 2014 Lincoln Navigator, 15 MPG combined
Oldest car: 1939 Ford Roadster
Best classic car: 1976 Cadillac Coupe de Ville
Runner up: 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
Most surprisingly appealing new car: 2013 Chrysler 300
Coolest decal: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
For those who attended, we want to know your take. Let us know in the comments.