The best (and worst) cars of 2004 | Drive Flashback

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The Mazda’s key advantage is its spread of body types – sedans, hatches and wagons – and keen value. The Limited starts the range at less than $30,000 and gets six airbags, ABS, air and CD sound. Throw in the 2.3-litre four’s zesty performance, responsive handling, plenty of space, good comfort and impressive quality and you’ve got a capable mid-sizer for not too much money. Costlier 6s are also good value.

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