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2003 Nissan Stagea Review
Most comfortable car I've been in, and great V6 engine
A little on the large size, lighter would be good
Evan's Take On A Stagea... — Good performance. more of a touring car than a racer, but plenty of grunt. Comfortable, great for long distances Handles well, despite being a big car, is on a Skyline chassis so you get Skyline like handling from a wagon! Super smooth award winning V6 engine, power and economy Appearance - has been called a "hurse" by a friend, but I like it, and it is very practical, can take the wheelchair, and the dog, and luggage, in comfort!
Primary Use: Family transportation
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