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  • For example, BMW plans a four door "grand coupe" based on its 6-series two-door.

    BMW, Audi Hope to Build on Gains

  • Right now it offers just two basic models—the Quattroporte, a four-door sports car, and the GranTourismo, a two-door coupe.

    Fiat Shows U.S. Built Maserati

  • At first glance, the modest two-door car with Florida plates headed toward the stadium looked every bit like it was carrying Colts fans.

    Super Bowl scene: Nuns in owner's box; big hearts for Haiti

  • Mr. Allen's "Honeymoon Motel," a formaldehyde-scented two-door farce in which a middle-age satyr (Steve Guttenberg) runs off with his stepson's much younger bride-to-be (Ari Graynor), is an outright embarrassment, not merely because of the what-was-he-thinking plot but because of the wearisomely tired jokes, one of which is recycled from "Annie Hall" and the rest of which could have been.

    You Hear the One About the Hunchback?

  • I felt like a trophy wife, and the keys to her two-door, low-riding sports car were simply privileges that came with my role.

    Live and Let Love

  • We piled out of the two-door rental car and headed down the narrow stone streets of the old city.

    Day of Honey

  • He initiated a small run of 25 two-door road cars outfitted with powerful American Hemi V8 engines made by Chrysler.

    Car Treasure Unearthed

  • Mr. Schlicht also said Lexus needs to broaden its lineup with more sporty two-door vehicles and hinted a successor to the discontinued SC coupe may be on display at the North American International Auto Show in January.

    Toyota Ready to Concede Lexus's Sales Crown

  • He was driving a two-door Mercedes car and was accompanied by a friend, who wasn't abducted or injured.

    Son of Slain Governor Is Kidnapped in Pakistan

  • The two-door is practically identical, mechanically, to the four-door—which I wrote was a little soft in the underpants—but it seemed the two-door was much leaner, edgier and more fun to drive.

    A Showroom of Regrets: What I Got Wrong in 2011

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