Cars.com's 2009 Passenger Car Buying Guide

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While the New Year is still more than two months away, it’s been 2009 for some time in the automotive universe. So today, it’s our pleasure to announce the launch of our revised Passenger Car Buying Guide, which comprehensively covers every model in this vital segment, including sedans, hatchbacks, incentives, diesels and more. There’s also a new section where we talk about high-tech options/features you shouldn’t get excited about when you hear a salesman try to sell you on them.

2009 Passenger Car Buying Guide

By Colin Bird | October 22, 2008 | Comments (6)
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Comments 

Does anyone know what'll be the 1st 2010 model to come out? Maybe the Camaro?

J

The link in the article is dead, but the one at the bottom works. Seems like someone has a little typo.
Could you guys please take a look at that?
Thanks.

J,
Thanks for the heads up. should be fixed now.

Tony

I thought, officially, Accord was now a Full-size, where Sonata is listed....

Also, "Best Bet" Jetta souns wrong to me. More expensive and less reliable a best bet?

Acura TSX a luxury? Never saw luxury in the back seat of TSX - a sport sedan at most!! Even not that considering FWD.
Same thing SAAB 9-3?????
Can you imagine Lexus LS and TSX - both luxury!!!......... Funny!

DL

ditto the Accord vs Sonata thing -- Accord is supposedly a lot bigger than last generation, which was already a midsize, while Sonata is a bit smaller?

matt

lol Hyundai Sonata in Large Sedans?!?!

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