SAN FRANCISCO – The dimly lit lobby bar of the ultra-hip W Hotel here is filled with scenesters, including members of the NBA's Phoenix Suns, who are bouncing to the electronic beats of the house DJ and lounging on plush couches. As the party-goers trickle out into the drizzling Pacific night, valets fetch BMWs, Land Rovers and Cadillacs. Nobody's leaving in a Subaru, a brand long known for its boxy wagons and owners on their way to the next campsite or a Phish concert. '06 B9 Tribeca ...
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