Talk:Mid-size car

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If a resident or native of Japan wants to review and hopefully expand on the Japan section I would appreciate it. As I've written it, it is mostly inference and guesswork.

--Icd 08:04, Dec 29, 2004 (UTC)

Ancient Camry Photo[edit]

The caption underneath the photo of the Toyota Camry says that it has been the best selling sedan for 8 out of the past 9 years, so why is the photo itself a 17-year-old Camry? The body-styling has been updated at least 3 times since the '91 model. -Grammaticus Repairo 17:47, 18 March 2007 (UTC)

Merge strongly opposed[edit]

I strongly oppose merging this article with large family car - those are entirely different classes (one European and one American) and therefore two articles exist to explain the use of both terms. Please note that therefore any attempt at a merger is AGAINST consesus. Kind regards, PrinceGloria (talk) 15:45, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

I oppose merging for the same reason as stated above. They are different classes, and as such, separate articles must exist to differentiate between the two. It is not a simple case of semantics or parallelism, but rather a case of well-defined regionally specific classification. -Slo-mo 18:40, 7 March 2008 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Slo-mo (talkcontribs)
Agree also with no merge. And since no one here has supported the merge after well over 6mths, I'm removing the tag from the article. --jjron (talk) 13:57, 26 August 2008 (UTC)