LOL...now it's "They are decribing a "driver's car". "
You are a close minded, poorly educated, brain washed drone. Admit it. You twist and distord the facts to suit your purposes and draw your own conclusions. You and your fellow drones need to find a new hobby. Most AMERICANS to give a rat's ass about your plight any more. Deal with it
As the Camry is parked outside the swank restaurant, its people inside partying on TM profits, a lonely fusion owner pushes his raggedy-arsed POS past, since he's too poor to have AAA...
<<<Unless there's another review somewhere I don't see it being called a driver's car here>>>
From page 66 of the October 2005 Motor Trend issue,
"the Fusion was tested along 125 miles of tortuous,hilly,twisty,bumpy North Carolina backroads, the structure absorbing every impact with no reverberations or aftershocks."
"The big difference between the Fusion and the Accord is that the Fusion behaves as though it enjoys this; to egg it's driver on to miscreant behavior"
Sounds like the Fusion trumps the Accord as well as the plain jane Camry. They are decribing a "driver's car".
In the January 2006 Motor Trend issue, the Fusion muscles through the 600 foot slalom at 63.7 mph. The Mercedes Benz CLS manages only 63.1 mph in the same 600 foot slalom in that same issue. The Mercedes costs $67,000-$90,000.
I'd call that a driver's car.
Admit it. The new Camry is a poorly built performance slouch. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!