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  • n. Plural form of four-door.


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  • And companies that only built luxury sport cars are now building four-doors:

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  • He doesn't want the windows, shown out of security concerns, nor could we show you -- show you the four-doors you need to go through in order just to get inside the building.

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  • Unfortunately there are few other four-doors that combine the size and performance of these models.

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  • Give it to me at a fair price, I'll buy it and save the environment, but don't make me feel like I'm a horrible person because I want a car that has four-doors and that a date will actually get into.

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  • Other low-cut four-doors to look out for in the next year or two include the Porsche Panamera and Audi A7.

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  • Other large, comfortable and economical four-doors include the Chevrolet Impala, Buick Lucerne and, to a lesser extent, the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300.

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  • Other high-end automakers are building four-doors that they call "sports cars" or even "coupes," such as Bentley with its Continental Flying Spur and Mercedes with its CLS-Class.

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  • In fact, the S65--in terms of pricing and performance--will have less in common with other hot-rod versions of luxury sedans, such as BMW's M5 of its 5 Series, as it will with such rarefied four-doors as Bentley's Continental Flying Spur.

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  • This has been a fantastic 12-month period for new-issue four-doors, and the slide show that follows this piece showcases some of the hottest new cars on the market.

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  • Also on the roster: Chevrolet's Cobalt four-door, which does better with side airbags, but without them gets some "poor" crash-test ratings; Ford Motor's Focus four-door and Mazda's Mazda3 four-door, for which there are no IIHS crash-test ratings with side airbags; Saturn's Ion four-door, which has poor ratings with or without optional side airbags; and Suzuki Motor's Aerio and Forenza four-doors, which have standard airbags but still get poor side crash-test scores.

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