Teens still want cars. Despite all the grim auto news, graduating seniors continue to fantasize about driving a spanking new ride to that momentous first day at college. So which cars are most popular with newly minted drivers? According to marketing data, American kids want reputable brands with cool styling, great gas mileage and ample passenger and luggage space. Ford Motor , Honda , Nissan , Subaru and Toyota have excelled at capturing teenagers' attention, offering the readily customizable, Euro-style Ford Focus and the aggressive Nissan GT-R, which earned a loyal following thanks to its presence in the auto racing videogame "Gran Turismo. For our list of 10 cars teens want most, we used survey data from TRU, a youth marketing and research firm based in Chicago.
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Long the outcast at the high school lunch table, denim is once again gaining steam among adolescents, a new survey of teenage shoppers has found. According to Piper Jaffray's biannual Taking Stock With Teens study, denim saw an uptick in interest among upper-income teenage females, rising to That compares to It also marks the first fall in which denim has shown a move up since , when roughly 20 percent of upper-income respondents said they preferred that type of apparel. But a growing interest in denim hasn't come at the expense of fashionable athletic apparel.