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Volkswagen Passat, 2006: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Volkswagen Passat, 2006: The Weekly Driver Car Review 1Golf courses to restaurants, the quaintness of the small towns to the Pacific Ocean, there’s nothing quite like a visit to the Monterey Peninsula. But the 200-mile drive from Sacramento is also an ideal route for testing cars, particularly the 2006 Volkswagen Passat.

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Nissan Maxima, 2006: The Weekly Driver Car Review

exteriormaximaThe flagship sedan for Nissan, the 2006 Maxima is in tough company in the midsize car category — arguably the most competitive in the auto industry. The Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Volkswagen Passat are among its competitors.

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Suzuki Verona, 2004: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Suzuki Verona, 2004: The Weekly Driver Car Review 2The midsize economy sedan is among the most popular car divisions. Honda (Accord), Hyundai (Sonata), Kia (Optima), Mitsubishi (Gallant), Nissan (Altima), Toyota (Camry) and Volkswagen (Jetta) all have models marketed for a large share of the consumer market. The Suzuki Verona joins the fraternity in 2004 as the Korean manufacturer’s biggest, highest-priced, most well-appointed vehicle.

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