What Will Be Robb Report’s 2017 Car of the Year? CAST YOUR VOTE!

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    At Robb Report’s recent Car of the Year competition in Napa Valley, an elite group of editors, readers, and VIPs put 13 of the latest and greatest luxury cars to the test on local highways and winery roads. While the results of this rigorous examination will not be disclosed until we publish the results in our April 2017 issue, RobbReport.com readers can cast their vote for the winning car using the below poll, the outcome of which will also appear in the April issue.

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