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Four doors and a trunk is still the most popular body style in the country by a large margin, and the sheer number of sedans offered reflects the wide variety of choices. From fuel-sipping, entry-priced subcompact sedans to ultra-luxury flagship models, there’s a custom-tailored sedan for everyone.



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2016 Hyundai Sonata Buyer's Guide

Packed with value and wrapped in a stylish package, the Hyundai Sonata remains a features-per-dollar standout. Hyundai's midsize sedan, which was all-new last year, has subtle styling outside, an elegant design inside and improved driving feel. When Hyundai introduced the new Sonata, it increased its appeal as a midsize sedan that's loaded with a surprising Read more...


2016 Toyota Camry Buyer's Guide

The best-selling car in the country is good-looking, modern, quiet and reliable. The midsize sedan segment's star student gets extra credit after last year's updates -- stylish new sheetmetal, contemporary interior upgrades and more engaging driving dynamics -- with a new special edition and more multimedia options. But the priorities that got it to the Read more...


Euro Roots. Stylish Sheetmetal. Athletic Soul. With head-turning style and driver-pleasing dynamics, the Focus continues to be an attention-grabber. Created in England under the worldwide One Ford development plan, the U.S. Focus differs only slightly from the European versions in terms of suspension tuning and general performance, yielding brisk responses Read more...


Surprisingly Good Driving Dynamics The aging 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer doesn't break any ground in the compact sedan segment, but it does offer a sportier driving experience and all-wheel-drive capability that stands out in its largely front-wheel-drive, economy-first class. While Mitsubishi has moved away from the hardcore sport compact car market, this Read more...


If the country ever has to decide on just one car, we need to take a long look at the Accord. Just for fun we asked Google how many times the terms "Accord" and "gold standard" have appeared together on KBB.com over the years, but the results were spotty. The exercise itself, however, conveys the point: The Accord remains a benchmark not Read more...


On one hand, the 2016 Nissan Sentra is -- at least according to Nissan -- notably different than the 2015 model. It looks a little different, with a new nose and headlights, new taillights, and a refreshed interior that incorporates piano black highlights and other improved bits of trim. Less obvious are behind the scenes improvements to sound deadening and Read more...



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