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If you’d rather spend your summer with blasts from the past, you might be interested in the “Neo Geo Pocket Collection.” The 1999 Neo Geo Pocket Color was home to quite a few beloved games.

How much time do you spend foraging for your keys? Ever had to rely on the extra set you hid away? You may be a good candidate for a key-free door access lock pad that offers the security of a keyed lock with the convenience of using a digital code to open the door.

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The Kia Soul is one bodacious box. It’s a fun one to drive, with unexpected nuance and poise, although the ride is very stiff. A six-speed manual is standard; a CVT automatic transmission is a $1,500 option. Front-wheel drive is standard. And as you’d expect, its cheerfully boxy shape provides for a roomy cabin.

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Why: You’ll feel like you’re making a difference in a difficult time if you volunteer to churn out a few dozen cloth masks.

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It may look like a Toyota, but the Yaris is actually a Mazda wearing a Toyota mask. This means it's not only frugal, it's also fun to drive and delivers decent ride comfort. A six-speed manual is standard; a six-speed automatic is an $1,000 option. Given its size, it sports a surprisingly spacious 13.5 cubic-foot trunk, as well as two USB ports, a center console with storage bin, power windows and door locks, Bluetooth, and a seven-inch color infotainment touchscreen. A five-door hatchback is also available for an additional $2,000.

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The Fit has never been a glamour queen; it's a pocket-sized, athletic workhorse with astonishing space efficiency. The Fit's exceptional practicality is its sex appeal. Despite being more than 30 inches shorter than a Honda Accord, it has room for five and 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space. A six-speed manual is standard; a CVT automatic is an $800 option. But finding your perfect Fit might cost you more. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto aren't offered on the LX, while driver-assistance items come on the pricier EX or EX-L.

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While it is the most expensive sedan here, the Kia Forte's cabin sports a sophisticated minimalism that lends it a spacious feel. There's lots of standard gear, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on an eight-inch touchscreen with auxiliary and USB ports, along with forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, parking assist, lane departure warning and lane keeping assistance. Handling is nimble, with exceptional compliance and composure. A six-speed manual is standard; a CVT automatic transmission is a $900 option.

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The only crossover on the list, the Kia Soul offers boatloads of style and a tall boxy shape that provides generous space for its size and a high seating position. Easy to drive smoothly, it's not ultimate power that makes the Soul so impressive, it's the vehicle's nuance and poise. A six-speed manual is standard; a CVT automatic transmission is a $1,500 option. However, if you want any advanced safety gear, you'll have to opt for the S trim, which costs an additional $1,680 over the LX, but includes an automatic transmission as standard equipment.

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Or at least the good parts. You can't get the best out of your gear until you understand what it can do.

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The XFUN Dash Cam has the ability to lock and save any video file recorded when it detects abrupt displacement or drastic change of position, making it see exactly what happenen in the case of an accident. See something funny on your drive? Connect it to your television via DVR to show your friends and family!

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