For many years, compact cars, or c-class vehicles, were considered the poor man's midsize sedan and buzzed around cities as second-class citizens. It's amazing what $4-a-gallon gas and ever increasing corporate average fuel economy standards can do. Small cars are starting to get some credit for being more than the utilitarian answer to automotive independence. They're comfortable,convenient, and won't cost an arm and leg- and in today's topsy-turvy financial world, being in the black is the new black. According to the DETROIT NEWS, 2009 offers consumers a bevy of good-looking compacts from which to choose. So if you're looking to create your own personal stimulus package to the U.S. economy for less than $20,000, and want to be an all-around stylish daily driver. The DETROIT NEWS "TOP CHOICE" is the 2009 Honda Civic. Its low-slung body, smooth ride, and comfortable interior provide the complete package fro someone who wants to think big and buy small.
source: The Detroit News 02/18/2009
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