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Nov 3, 2012 12:56PM
Keep your money and the profits in America by buying an American car, not a foreign car built in America but an American car built in America.
Nov 3, 2012 6:26PM
Ford didn't take money from the government, didn't stiff their suppliers, supported there employees and have a top notch product line. Is there question here???????? Weak up America, stand by an American company!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Buy the way, I never worked for Ford, just respect their ability to make it on their own. A retired American tax payer.
Oct 10, 2012 5:13AM
Focus by far the best in this class. Drive one and you will see why. Civic and Corolla are ancient news.
Oct 10, 2012 2:29AM
I was expecting to read a review of the Mazda 3. Did I miss reading why it was not there (at least on my computer)?
Nov 3, 2012 6:33PM
The Dart really doesn't fit this class. It has WAY more interior room and trunk room than any of the others listed.
Nov 3, 2012 11:51AM
I have (2) Nissan Versas, a 2009 Hatchback & also a new 2012 Versa SV sedan & both have huge back seat leg room & a plush ride for a compact car & when you couple that with a starting price of $10.990 or $16,000 full loaded you have a real solution to buying a used car which costs almost as much & doesn't come with a warranty. Our 2 6ft tall sons can sit comfortable in the back seat of a Versa whreas most compact cars have borderline unusable back seats.
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