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The Mazda 6 is the best sports sedan of this bunch stock, I really want to see it when the Mazda - Sport version comes out.
 

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Mazda6. The Malibu is nice, but I haven't drove one yet, and quality has always been an issue to me....The only American vehicle I've bought was a Cutlass Supreme and Caddy CTS.
 

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I'd say Mazda 6 around the city on on a twisty mountain road, and the 2004 Malibu for long trips and commuting. I'd like to say Impala for the latter, but the vehicle is growing long in the tooth.
 

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Originally posted by Ming@May 23 2004, 02:48 PM
I'd say Mazda 6 around the city on on a twisty mountain road, and the 2004 Malibu for long trips and commuting. I'd like to say Impala for the latter, but the vehicle is growing long in the tooth.
well said, thats pretty much what i was going to say.
 

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None of the above! None of the cars listed interest me in the least.
 

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Originally posted by T-Keith@May 24 2004, 07:35 AM
None of the above! None of the cars listed interest me in the least.
Then which midsize family sedan would you buy?

And don't say "I would never buy a midsize family sedan", blah blah blah.

It's a simple survey. Which is the best one? Regardless of whether or not you would drive it.
 

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Actually I wouldn't buy a midsize family sedan. ;) If I wanted a family sedan, I would want a large car like the Lesabre. If it HAD to be midsize I'd lean toward a Regal/Lacrosse, grand prix, or possibly the G6.
 

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An often overlooked choice is the base level Bonneville, with a bench seat and a console shifter!

Large inside, and after those rebates, makes a mighty affordable vehicle.
 
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