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What is the last car that was made with a tape deck?

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The 2010 Lexus was the last car that came with a tape deck

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

  • Joe Giik Aug 10, 2013

    And the average age of a car in the US is 11 years +. Check out the USA Today article: America's car fleet hits new old age record on USAToday.com:http://usat.ly/1cEBKKb .

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