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I'm not sure if this topic allready had been on the forum, but now we have seen more pics of the Sport and SportBreak I'm wondering which one is your favorite now!

My favorite is still the Sport. It looks júst a little more sportive than the SportBreak and a bit more exclusive. But the SportBreak has a very good second place

The sedan is nice too, but a bit too normal and too 'small' from the rear. I don't know the right word for it. In Dutch we call it 'ielig')
 

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I assume you mean

Sedan

Hatch

Wagon

?? It becomes a problem when they label the cars so differently depending on where you are on the planet...... :D

Seeya.....

DMan.
 

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Originally posted by MAZDAMAN


            Sedan.  Higher torsional rigidity.  That means it will handle better than the hatchback.[/b]
That remains to be seen. The rigidity in Mazda6 is built into the lower part of the platform, and that is quite the same on all models.
 

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Heck, get one of each!

Washington just joined the multistate Mega Millions lotto. All I have to do is win and then I'll get everyone who participates regularly their own 6! (n.b. jackpot must be over US$100million and won by me alone)

MM
 

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            Heck, get one of each!

All I have to do is win and then I'll get everyone who participates regularly their own 6!
MM[/b]
Allright then :D
 

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            what does "n.b." stand for?[/b]
Let me take a wild guess: "n.b." stands for nota bene, latin for "take notice" or "note well".

But I guess I may be wrong...
 
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