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Old 15 Oct 2009, 03:01 am
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Default which is better honda accord,civic or toyota corolla or mazda3/ protege?

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Old 15 Oct 2009, 03:16 am
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none! theyre all ugly dime-a-dozen asian imports. get a real car!
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Old 15 Oct 2009, 03:31 am
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I own a Mazda 3 I LOVE IT!I had a corolla before my Mazda it didn't have the power I have now but I got 5 more mpg but the Mazda is more fun to drive.
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Old 15 Oct 2009, 03:46 am
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im assuming this is your first car . just get the toyota it is the most dependable.
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Old 15 Oct 2009, 04:01 am
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Hands down its got to be the Toyota Corolla... They are the most dependable car brand on the planet... there's a reason they are the number 1 car company.
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haha ic interesting... Mazda's don't last long rotary engines have a lot of problems, Mazda's don't last very long. you want a car thats reliable and last long, get either of honda or toyota. however the honda tranny isn't that great although over all civic and accord are great!! i give it a 5 star. compared to toyota, the check engine light keeps coming up cause of mileage check ups at dealer. and its slow a bit i give the toyota a 3. the engine it self is weak for toyota. so get a honda, very great i never had a problem with a honda. the toyota check engine light is annoying and sometimes the acceleration is weak, you can hear it tring its best, but it has no speed. honda you can feel the power and hear it
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Mazda 3s don't have rotaries, they do have inline-4 engines shared with Ford - the leading American manufacturer in terms of reliability right now. They rate pretty well.































Honda Accords are the most high end of the cars you have listed. It would be more so in a class with the Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, and Mazda 6































The Civic isn't really winning points with many people right now it's a good looking car but it's being overshadowed by the 3 and Corolla.































The Corolla probably gets the best fuel economy on the list.
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Honda accord ex.
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