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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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2017 Subaru Impreza Buyer's Guide

All New For 2017, and Dressed to Impress The Subaru Impreza has been totally redesigned for 2017 with new styling, a more upscale, comfortable and quiet interior, and improved steering and suspension. Offered as a sedan or a hatchback, Subaru's compact car stays true to the brand's trademark values of safety, sporty dynamics and standard all-wheel drive, Read more...


2017 Acura RLX Buyer's Guide

Acura's Flagship Puts Technology to Work for You The Acura RLX isn't the sportiest sedan in the segment. It isn't the flashiest. And it's not the most luxurious, in the traditional sense. It's just quietly, confidently brilliant. The roomy, refined Acura RLX takes Acura's technology- and refinement-based brand of luxury to a new level. After last year's Read more...


Exceptionally stylish and fun from day one, the third-generation Mazda3 now boasts the most attractive interior in the class, excellent fuel economy and an infotainment system as good as you'll find in any of its competitors. Highway ride might be a bit stiff for some -- the typical compromise for more responsive handling -- but if good looks and big fun Read more...


It hasn’t taken long for the 2017 Kia Cadenza to establish a reputation as the go-to car for either road trips or comfortable commuting. This large 4-door family sedan offers a great blend of style, creature comforts and front and rear space to win the admiration of even those who’d rather be driving a sports car or some sort of off-roader as their primary Read more...


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 and a distinctly athletic feel. Sedan versions Read more...


A prototype of the new 2019 Ford Focus has been spotted testing in Europe. Seen here in hatchback form, the new Focus appears to be a bit larger overall than the current model which had its last major makeover for the 2011 model year. Also coming in sedan form, Ford’s popular compact will be spun from the automaker’s next-gen C2 global platform -- new Read more...


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