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    ScREECher!!!!

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    Accord is the best. It will last forever. It was also the best selling car in USA in the year 2004. Don't even think about Galant, too many troubles after couple of years. Camry is OK. But if care about reliability and styling go for Honda Accord. By the way its Fast too.
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    These three cars are pretty even! The American Accord has the worst shape. The best Accord and the one which is popular in Pakistan is the Euro Accord! Moreover Galants are torquey machines...while Camry is a complete car.

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    Would like to have them all!!!
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    only one model is available in accord and camry in pak. but galant has many. galant is the best

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    Galant.........is Zeee best...........no Comparison

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    Galant.........is Zeee best...........no Comparison

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    1-Galant
    2-Accord
    3-Camry

    @ aridsoul why r u answering twice in ever topic??

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    Accord (Euro)
    Galant
    Camry

    Accord...the best...no match...extraordinarily superb...astonishing...breathtaking...
    the most dashing car i've seen.

    Accord rocks out other freaking competitors.
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    Accord vs Camry vs Galant -620652


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    Guyzzz the Galant is surely da BEST!!!no comparison
    THUMBS UP Aridsoul..4 ur daily runner
    The Galant Beats almost everything in its class.
    AMCI TEST RESULTS SUMMARY

    In the process of determining the performance capabilities of the 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS, the Toyota Camry XLE V6 and the Honda Accord EX V6, AMCI conducted nine tests at its private facility in Irvine, California. These are the complete results of those tests.*

    ACCELERATION:

    Acceleration: 0-60 mph:

    The test measures a vehicle's ability to convert power and traction to performance on the road. Starting from a dead stop each car is accelerated to precisely 60 mph, at which point a computer captures total elapsed time for the exercise. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS accelerates faster to 60 mph than the 2004 Honda Accord EX V6 and the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    Acceleration:20-65 mph Highway Merging:

    The test simulates a highway merging situation in which maximum acceleration brings a vehicle up to highway speed in the shortest possible distance. Starting from 20 mph each car is accelerated to precisely 65 mph, at which point a computer captures total distance for the exercise. AMCI's drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS completes the 20-65 mph Highway Merging Test faster and in a shorter distance than the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    Acceleration: 40-70 mph Highway Passing:

    The test simulates a two-lane highway passing situation in which maximum acceleration results in minimum exposure to oncoming traffic. Starting from 40 mph each car is accelerated to precisely 70 mph, at which point the computer captures total distance for the exercise. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS completes the 40-70 mph Highway Passing Test faster and in a shorter distance than the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    BRAKING:

    Braking: 70-0 mph Braking (dry pavement):

    The test measures a vehicle's braking ability on dry pavement and involves numerous components, from brakes and tires to shock absorbers and suspension geometry. Braking is initiated from precisely 70 mph and continued to a dead stop, at which point a computer captures total distance for the exercise. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS stops faster and in a shorter distance from 70 mph on dry pavement than the 2004 Honda Accord EX V6 and the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    Braking: 60-0 mph Braking (wet pavement):

    The test measures a vehicle's braking ability on wet pavement and involves numerous components, from brakes and tires to shock absorbers and suspension geometry. Braking is initiated from precisely 60 mph and continued to a dead stop, at which point a computer captures the total distance for the exercise. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS stops in a shorter distance from 60 mph on wet pavement than the 2004 Honda Accord EX V6 and the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE:

    Accident Avoidance: Emergency Lane Change Accident Avoidance Maneuver (dry pavement):

    The test measures a vehicle's ability to swerve swiftly and controllably out of its lane in response to a suddenly seen obstacle blocking its path. After this first swerve and to complete the maneuver, the vehicle must keep its composure while returning immediately and just as nimbly to its original lane. Each vehicle must swerve to pass a fixed point on the road, and average speed is calculated from markers at the beginning and end of the maneuver. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS completes the Emergency Lane Change Accident-Avoidance Maneuver at a higher speed on dry pavement than the 2004 Honda Accord EX V6 and the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    Accident Avoidance: Emergency Lane Change Accident Avoidance Maneuver (wet pavement):

    The test measures a vehicle's ability to swerve swiftly and controllably out of its lane in response to a suddenly seen obstacle blocking its path. After this first swerve and to complete the maneuver, the vehicle must keep its composure while returning immediately and just as nimbly to its original lane. Each vehicle must swerve to pass a fixed point on the road, and average speed is calculated from markers at the beginning and end of the maneuver. AMCI's test drivers make multiple runs with each car to extract consistent maximum performance.



    The 2004 Mitsubishi Galant GTS completes the Emergency Lane Change Accident-Avoidance Maneuver at a higher speed on wet pavement than the 2004 Honda Accord EX V6 and the 2004 Toyota Camry XLE V6.

    more at::http://www.seewhathappens.com/galant/amci.html

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    GALANT
    2005 GALANT
    "Mitsubishi should be commended for making side airbags with head protection standard in this relatively inexpensive car. The results for the Galant show that you don"t have to spend a lot of money to get good protection in side impact crashes." Full Article
    - Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - October 3, 2004

    2004 GALANT DE
    "Among the Lowest Depreciation Costs"
    - IntelliChoice

    "Among the Lowest Ownership Costs in its Class"
    - IntelliChoice


    Highest Frontal Crash Test Safety Rating
    - National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

    BEST IN CLASS - AUDIO SYSTEM EVALUATION **
    "We now consider it (Galant) the stereo to beat in the family sedan segment...Try as we might, we couldn't find a type of music that wasn't enjoyable to listen to on this stereo."
    - 2003-2004 Edmunds.com Family Sedan Comparison Test

    "With 250 lb-ft of peak torque, the Galant's six is best in class, even overshadowing Nissan's powerhouse Altima."
    - AutoWeek

    "On the open road, the Galant is noticeably more solid and tighter than other cars in this class."
    - Edmunds.com

    "If style and price are important to you, this is definitely worth a good, long look."
    - Edmunds.com

    "For consumers looking for the best of both worlds " a quiet, comfortable ride on the highway, and agile handling around twists and turns " the Mitsubishi (Galant) delivers in a way that few other family sedans can."
    - Edmunds.com
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    what about nissan CEFIRO? can anybody provide its test reports too?

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    I happen to drive all 3 of them
    Accord 2003 non v6
    Camry 2003
    Galant 2004

    Talking about Accord

    Accord has tradition to be more on sporty side. Very well road grip better acceleration and great driving pleasure. Accord has more driving pleasure. It feels to have lower center of gravity.

    Talking about camry... it is fun to drive much much reliable. basicaly it is a bread and butter car in america. It is much comfortable than accord. It gives more driving comfort than accord. its suspention is much smother..

    galant can be considered more alike to camry but a bit less in comfort. certainly not a good interior than both accord and camry .. accord has much refined interior than camry..

    difficult to compare all the above we cannot say which one is better.. it is certainly a matter of choice.

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