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“Like the Sebring, the 200 is the largest four-passenger convertible sold and will be offered with either a folding steel hardtop or a soft top.”
“Honda also created a new two-passenger language for their hybrid, while Toyota opted for a hybrid as an alternative package of an existing four-passenger vehicle, with both of them sold under their main brand.”
“The electric car that town officials are backing is the Mitsubishi MiEV, also called the Mitsubishi i, a four-passenger hatchback that the EPA rates as the best on the road with an astounding 126 mpg city and 99 mpg highway gasoline-equivalent rating.”
“While Calspan modified French-built Simcas donated by Chrysler, Minicars designed a new model from scratch, aiming to build a four-passenger small car that could protect all its occupants in a 50-mph crash from either the front or side while burning as little fuel as possible.”
“Hauling cargo or people, the Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans4×4 is a one of a kind utility vehicle with the ability to transform from a short-bed four-passenger 4×4 into an extended-bed two-passenger 4×4 in a few steps.”
“At Dallas Love Field, where Landmark Aviation hired a pair of Cowboys cheerleaders to meet passengers at its terminal the day before the big game, hundreds of jets parked over the weekend, from small four-passenger jets to planes as big as a chartered Delta Air Lines A319.”
“The four-passenger Embraer Phenom 100 jet is a mere $3.9 million.”
“Between work and home, Fred's car reconfigures itself from two - to four-passenger mode.”
“This Mitsubishi is a true four-door, four-passenger auto with room in the back for two real human beings.”
“The four-passenger vehicle is designed for those with relatively short commutes who can live within its 100-mile-a-day range.”
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