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1
2001 Honda Accord
“Great build quality...” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
4.6 
2
2001 Toyota Camry
“...can be ordered with a powerful and smooth V6...” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
4.5 
3
2001 Volkswagen Passat
“All Passats come with superb steering,” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
4.0 
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2001 Chevrolet Malibu
“The keys go straight into the dashboard, a design which is both pleasantly retro and practical.” — Auto Reviews   See More Reviews
3.9 
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2001 Nissan Altima
“Wood trim accents make the cars look more upscale, and CD players adorn the dash of all but the lowliest models.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.9 
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2001 Toyota Avalon
“The thickly padded seats are like easy chairs.” — Arizona Republic   See More Reviews
3.9 
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2001 Ford Crown Victoria
“Despite its size, the two-ton Crown Victoria is no slouch in terms of acceleration thanks to its 4.6-liter V8 engine that pumps out 224 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.8 
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2001 Buick LeSabre
“Though it's no thrill ride, this roomy front-drive sedan delivers quiet, comfortable transportation and lots of features at an attractive price.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
3.7 
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2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
“There's not a hint of elegant design to be found anywhere, but for those who value function over form, the Monte's ergonomics won't disappoint.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.7 
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2001 Subaru Outback
“The sedan looks nicer than ever...the full silhouette is racy, international, attractive.” — USA Today   See More Reviews
3.7 
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2001 Mercury Sable
“It's not the family truckster of the Ike-through-Nixon era, but it's as close as any wagon comes, and it delivers plenty of features for the price.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
3.7 
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2001 Subaru Legacy
“The basic driving position is excellent.” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
3.5 
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2001 Ford Taurus
“Adjustable pedals make it easy to find that perfect driving position.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.5 
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2001 Buick Park Avenue
“The Ultra has a supercharged version of the Park Avenue's 3.8-liter pushrod V6. It develops 240 horsepower and more torque than the non-supercharged, 205-horsepower version in the standard model.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
3.2 
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2001 Dodge Stratus
“The suspension, however, is a bit soft and tuned for high-mileage cruising rather than high-performance maneuvering regardless of which engine you choose.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
3.2 
8
TIE
2001 Kia Optima
“The front bucket seats are firm, supportive and fairly flat, comfortable and well suited for hours of commuting, with enough fore-and-aft travel to accommodate the longest of legs.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
3.2 
9
2001 Chevrolet Impala
“Impala is long on fuel economy with room for 5 or 6 adults and a cavernous 18.6-cubic-foot trunk. All positives as the family sedan.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
3.1 
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2001 Buick Century
“If you're looking for nothing more than a comfortable and reliable American sedan with few bells and whistles, the Century will suffice.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
3.0 
10
TIE
2001 Pontiac Grand Am
“Stops as well as it accelerates” — DriveChicago.com   See More Reviews
3.0 
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2001 Pontiac Bonneville
“With room for six, the Bonneville's substantial girth keeps it from feeling quite as nimble as some of its competitors, but it can still move well for a big sedan.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
2.5 
2001 Buick Regal
“Well-known for smooth running, GM's 3.8-liter V6 engine feels great when installed in a Regal, furnishing good acceleration at low speeds, as well as plenty of passing power. Transmission behavior is absolutely sparkling and mannerly with either engine - just the way all automatic transmissions should function.” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
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2001 Chrysler 300M
“The Chrysler's main calling card can be found under the hood. The 3.5-liter V-6 launched the car from 0 to 60 mph in an impressive time of 7.8 seconds. The engine provides gobs of seamless power that was fairly easy to access through the sequential mode on the Autostick transmission.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
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2001 Chrysler Concorde
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2001 Daewoo Leganza
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2001 Dodge Intrepid
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2001 Mazda 626
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2001 Mercury Cougar
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2001 Mercury Grand Marquis
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2001 Mitsubishi Galant
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2001 Nissan Maxima
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2001 Oldsmobile Alero
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2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
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2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
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2001 Saturn L100
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2001 Saturn L200
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2001 Saturn L300
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2001 Saturn LW200
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2001 Toyota Camry Solara
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2001 Toyota Prius
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