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So if Alfa Romeo unveils an SUV like the Stelvio, as far as I'm concerned It's just very late to the party.It certainly it isn't easy to drop a $100,000 on a green car ($200,000 in Lebanon), but these machines signal a shift that will trickle down to cars that we can afford and still possess character and style unlike, say, a Prius or a Volt.The LA Car Show, on the other hand, was a kaleidoscope of hues I'd rarely encountered on Lebanon's roads. Cars on display sought to highlight the exoticism of certain automobiles, hinting at their colorful roots where crazy colors were the norm. I also got my Star Wars fix because the Nissan Rogue, which we in Lebanon know as the X-Trail, happens to share its name with the upcoming "Rogue one: A Star Wars Story" anthology due to be released near the end of December, so the manufacturer thought it would be cool to park a life-size Tie Fighter beside the car and set up a display of starship models and Stormtrooper armor nearby.As I scrutinized each car, my eyes were inevitably drawn to the prices.
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