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You'll Like This Car If... If you're a young professional looking for a new car to reward your success without substantially increasing your debt,...More... Most mid-size sedan competitors have moved away from available V6 engines in favor of turbocharged fours to ensure CAFE...More... If you demand that your 5-passenger compact SUV looks great, gets good fuel economy and delivers good value, then you should...More...
You May Not Like This Car If... If you think a luxury sedan is incomplete without a roomy, stretch-out interior, you may find the Verano comes up short....More... While this new Altima looks plenty good, some may prefer the somewhat bolder styling of competitors as the Sonata, Optima,...More... While the bigger engine gives the Mazda CX-5 adequate power, it should be standard across all trims, instead of a step-up....More...
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