Alright, its starting to get to me now. Why does everyone say the 6, and sedans in general, are for families. Its almost like some kind of unwritten rule that single, child free people are supposed to be coupe owners. I travel with a lot of people from time to time and I know one thing I definitely wouldn't want them to do is to try to squeeze into the back seats from a folded up seat in the front. I just hate the stereotypes that sedan owners must be family people. I have considered numerous vehicles before pretty much settling on the 6, including the Hyundai Elantra GT, Corolla, Focus, Camry, Accord, Civic, Saturns etc. I have yet to test drive all of the above mentioned cars as I want to get enough money for the down payment before I test drive so that I am not sitting there in wait because I lack the financial resources in order to get the car that I want. Obviously all of the above mentioned cars are under $30K and that's how I like it. So basically what I'm saying is am I really looking in the wrong market here? I've never been one to conform to society's "unwritten rules"/stereotypes but I don't want to get something that doesn't suit me well stereotypically. Then again, who am I to want to follow society's stereotypes? Anyway, just my little rant but I'm sure I'm not the only single person without children who likes sedans and the 6. Right?