<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>piokor06</b> »</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Fusion/Zephyr/Milan (Why aren't these three seperate nominees?)<br></TD></TR></TABLE><p>They are basically the same car. Someone requested to have them as one and being the same car it sounded logical enough.
Wow - COTY voting is definitely more difficult this year than TOTY and SUVOTY, as there are some <I>really</I> great selections here. Even though I feel that the Infiniti is by far the most well-rounded of the cars I've listed, I don't think it's as important to its company or shakes up the market as much as the other two. So here's what I've come up with:<p>#1 for 3 points: <B>Hyundai Sonata</B><br>#2 for 2 points: <B>Honda Civic</B><br>#3 for 1 point: <B>Infiniti M</B><p>Mike
3 pts: Charger: Had one as a rental for a week. Little dissappointed by the interior quality, but in terms of bang for the buck its hard to beat. Definately should be considered by anyone who wants a sedan with some character<br>2 pts: Citroen C6: Haven't seen one is the flesh, but i'll vote for it based on its looks and interesting character<br>1 pts: Ford/Mercury/Lincoln: I wish these weren't bundled together. I would give the Fusion the top spot if it were on its own. However, the Zephr is a dissapointment and could have/should have been so much more.<p>
uh, who the heck gets to choose the candidates? where is the 3er? where is the IS? the jetta? the A3? the corvette? the solstice? the eclipse? wth? where are half of the brand new cars that came out this year?!