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Chick cars

Automakers are paying more attention to what women car buyers want, even as they attempt to design cars with more unisex appeal

Mazda Miata
By Kristen Green
Globe Correspondent / February 24, 2006

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Gone is the Volkswagen Cabriolet. The matchbox-sized Mazda Miata adored by women has given way to the faster, edgier MX-5. Even the diminutive Toyota RAV4 has been muscled up. (Full article: 896 words)

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