Funny, I wouldn't be caught dead in a sedan when I was 18 back in Canada.
Over here, the 4-door Focus is the grandpa car (just like the Jetta vs.
Golf) and only accounts for about 5% of the total sales. Hatchbacks are the
"in" cars for young people here, and small wagons are the "lifestyle" cars
of young families.
That's funny. Here in Ireland (and in most of Europe too) a used hatch
actually commands a price premium over the saloon (sedan to you) body shape
because it's considered far better looking. A 2000 LX spec hatch is about
$500 - $1000 dearer than a Ghia spec saloon. And the Ghia has a CD player
and metallic paint as standard.
Never argue with an idiot. He brings you down to his level, then beats you
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