Out of that group, I'd probably take the Accord.
The Accord has shifted focus from fun to drive to become subdued and reduced NVH along the way. Somehow I doubt that will cost Honda any sales and in fact lead to more buyers.
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I agree on the Altima/Accord recommendations--these two seem to be the reigning class champs. Also, for those who are interested, the new Mazda 6 first drives for US media happened in Paris this week in conjunction with the show.
So MT does a comparison on all the NEW designs/models of last years top selling sedans
Would have been better to put all the sedans in there. The Subaru, Kia/Hyundai, etc. Considering 90% of the brands put out a new generation in the past few months it would seem only fair.
Oh well, can't argue with the results although the Passat is much better with the 2.0T.
1 - Passat
2 - Mazda 6
3 - Ford Fusion
4 - Kia Optima
5 - Toyota Camry
6 - Honda Accord
7 - Nissan Altima
Strange I know, especially since I actually like single speed fixed ratio drivelines in electric cars. Maybe it's the indirect disconnected feeling, I don't know - but I'm not the only one who feels that way.