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pros and cons of different automatic cars for European driving

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We will be renting a car in Portugal this summer - we are limited to automatics (:, and the choices seem to be Volkswagon Golf, Renault Megane, Peugot 308, or Volvo s60 after which it gets out of our price range. We've never driven any of these. I gather roads can be hilly, drivers a bit wild, and streets narrow. If anyone has experience with any of these makes/models that would be most appreciated. Thanks (this is through AutoEurope - if anyone recommends other companies that would be of interest as well.)

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