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You'll Like This Car If... If you're looking for a compact car with character and comfort, but you don't want to pay an arm and a leg, check out the...More... The Cruze stands out from other compacts with its comfort-oriented ride and overall feeling of solidity and strength....More... The 2014 Kia Forte's key strengths include its good looks, great tech and a generous warranty....More... You're looking for a very solid deal with a very solid car, with proven reliability and resale value, no surprises,...More...
You May Not Like This Car If... As good as the Elantra is, it still doesn't have the same sporty feel as the Mazda Mazda3, and some of its interior bits and...More... If you want your compact 5-seater in the form of a coupe or wagon, look to a model such as the Kia Forte, Hyundai Elantra,...More... The 2014 Kia Forte sedan, Forte5 hatchback, and Forte Koup aren't as fun to drive as they look, and they're not...More... If anything approaching an edgier style is important, there are lots of other good choices. All of them are excellent cars...More...
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