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The Consumer Electronics Association has released a list of tracking the aftermarket-friendliness of cars. Having just returned from SEMA, our brains have been roughly mashed into the consistency of slip clay by the sheer mass of crap one can add to one's vehicle, causing us to stumble around the greater Los Angeles area mumbling "Aftermarket ber joe mama" under our breath. This, unfortunately, is quite disconcerting to prospective landlords. Ford and Toyota topped the list, while VW and BMW sat at the bottom, which isn't surprising, really. After all, the Krauts' vehicles sind ganz toll; why would anyone want to mess with that level of Teutonic perfection?

CEA Releases Ranks Of Aftermarket-Friendly Cars [TWICE]

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Jalopnik's SEMA Show Coverage