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Motor Trend’s Long-Term 2013 Nissan Altima: Update 1: Interior Space

June 1, 2013

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Midsize sedan have three choices — before they even leave the Nissan dealership. In the first update for the Motor Trend long-term 2013 Nissan Altima sedan, we take a close look at the interior specs and trunk capacity of the Nissan Altima, new Nissan Sentra, and soon-to-be-replaced Nissan Maxima. Some of the results may surprise you.

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You’re Buying WOT? $29,000 Sporty Midsize Sedans

January 23, 2012

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As soon as Motor Trend’s latest comparison of sporty midsize sedans was published on the homepage, the WOT staff decided to capitalize on the article’s popularity by writing a blog asking readers which V-6 or turbocharged four-cylinder midsize sedan they might consider. The latest You’re Buying WOT? blog features an exhaustive selection of vehicles, helping to remind some of midsize contenders that aren’t written about as often as the Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, and Volkswagen Passat.

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Refreshing or Revolting: 2013 Ford Taurus

June 4, 2011

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Many months before the 2013 Taurus full-size sedan reaches dealerships, Ford has already unveiled the car at the New York auto show While not a completely redesigned car, the 2013 Taurus is still different enough from the outgoing car that the two cars can be distinguished.  No, the Taurus no longer occupies the mid-size car segment where it was once one of the best-selling vehicles in the country, but the car does sit at the top of Ford’s sedan lineup. Let’s take a closer look at the refreshed 2013 Taurus sedan’s styling.

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MT Then and Now: Ford vs. Chevrolet – 2005 and 2012 Focus, 2005 Cobalt and 2011 Cruze

May 27, 2011

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American compact cars simply aren’t what they used to be. Six years ago, we tested five $20,000 compact sedans including a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt LS and a 2005 Ford Focus ZX4 ST. Driven with a Kia Spectra SX, Mazda3 S, and Toyota Corolla XRS.

The Chevrolet and Ford placed fifth and fourth, respectively.

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$33,000 Front-Wheel Drive Sporty Sedans

November 23, 2010

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Not every enthusiast has $40,000 to spend on a rear-wheel-drive premium sport sedan. For most people, front-wheel-drive models like the Acura TSX, Buick Regal, and Volkswagen CC will more than do the job, without the added weight and complexity of all-wheel drive. They offer plenty of options to ease the day-to-day commute, and aren’t half-bad to drive when you’re in the mood for some fun.

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Comfortable Cruisers: $35,000 Full-Size Sedans

September 7, 2010
Put four full-sized adults plus their luggage in a midsize sedan for a weekend getaway, and you’ll understand the purpose of the 11 cars in the linked Motor Trend article. These sedans aren’t canyon carvers or backroad burners, but when you need a comfortable four-door with space to spare, they’re ready to serve.
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