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Old 07-19-2008, 04:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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One area where Honda has gained an advantage, IMHO, is styling. Hondas used to be very boring, but in America they have more recent versions of cars for sale and it shows. Compare the Corolla and the Civic and you tell me which looks more like a 21st century car. The last freshening of the Camry was 3 years ago and it's up against an entirely new Accord.

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Old 07-19-2008, 05:36 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by atomicradish View Post

What I get from this list is that Toyota is far and away the greenest manufacturer right now. Toyota offers more hybrids in their lineup than any other car company, and they have 4 cars which average over 30 EPA MPG. Some of these cars are well over that mark.
Sorry bud but you're selective list is way off from reality. GM builds hundreds of thousands of body on frame 3 ton SUVs and picks. Same with toyota and ford. If the cars you listed where the only vehicles each manufacturer produced, you would be right. But it this case your list is pure fantasy. Nice try.

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