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    #31
    what about an older (1999-2000s...) 2.0 camry? so far, all i know about it, is that it's older and cheaper...

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    #32
    How much exactly is your budget, by the way?

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    #33
    camry accord and mazda6
    I might be wrong. But, doesn't the 4-cylinder Accord have the best gas mileage among the three? If I was the one buying, I'd pick the Accord.

    I'd also consider which car has the coldest air conditioning system and how quick it cools down the occupants. Only way to do that is physically evaluate each car. Some cars have A/C vents to cool down the passengers at the back while other cars don't. I'm not sure if they're options or standard across models.
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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    How much exactly is your budget, by the way?

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    i can afford, but i'm kuripot.
    i want a car that i can drive in relative comfort, and still save a bit on gas. mainly city driving.
    i'm not interested in challenging others' carburators, but i do not want to be flagged down for obstructing traffic, either.
    pre-owned daily driver, reliable, no chauffer! ease of maintenance.
    camry or accord.

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    #35
    Indeed. Our 2005 Accord is a daily driver. It's nearing the 90tkms mark already. Very reliable car indeed. Not very thrifty though. Very fast too, despite being just 2.4.

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    #36
    Budget Round 500-650t


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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Budget Round 500-650t


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    Since you've had a 7th gen Accord already, you should be quite familiar with it's consumption habits. The 8th gen Accord 2.4 has a slightly more powerful version of the same engine, but also put on much more weight, so FC and performance would be pretty much the same. The 3.5V6 would be a good choice if your route is mild enough for the VCM to consider shutting off cylinders.

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Budget Round 500-650t


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    Most 8th gen Accords are priced around 700k or higher but there are times you can see ads indicating an asking price lower than 700k. However, some 2nd gen Mazda6 2.5L are well within that price range.

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    #39
    Copy. I'll take that to consideration.


    Had a Mazda 626 a long time ago it was 2.0 iirc.

    Comparing the 3. The most comfortable is the camry and most quiet, then the accord then the 626.




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    #40
    Can I add a suggestion?
    A BMW E90 can be had for about 600-700k. This will probably be a 2005-2008 4 cyl 320i. It should be more efficient than a camry or accord because its lighter. It drives a lot better than any of your choices. The ride is stiff in its original run flat tires, but by now, the original owner has changed those. It will be as refined as any camry or accord.

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Camry 2.4v or 3.5q