Dec 20, 2016

20 Sedan Cars You Need to Know About in 2017

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The sedan is one of the most popular types of vehicles in the United States, and there are a ton of options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a safe, family-friendly vehicle or simply want a fun ride, there’s a model out there to fit your needs. Here are twenty models to keep in mind if you’re shopping for 2017 sedans. This list encompasses both luxury sedans as well as vehicles that are easier on the wallet.

Toyota Camry

As the best-selling car in America, the Camry is sometimes seen as a boring but safe choice among car buyers. However, Toyota is famous for producing reliable cars, so the Camry is one of the smartest choices you can make in terms of value. Upgrade to 2017’s XLE trim to get a powerful V-6 engine, leather seats, and a state-of-the-art Entune infotainment system.

Honda Accord

The Accord has long been one of the most popular vehicles in the United States, and there’s a good reason why. It’s affordable, reliable, and conservatively styled. Although it may not be the most exciting sedan on the road, it has great fuel economy, getting up to 36 highway mpg. If you’re looking to go green, Honda has reintroduced the hybrid version of the Accord for 2017. It gets 47 highway mpg.

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Mazda Mazda6

Want an affordable family sedan that’s also fun to drive? The Mazda6 may be the best option out there. This car delivers responsive steering and sharp handling, so it’s easy to enjoy yourself whether you’re speeding down the highway or navigating city streets. Other sedans may have more power under the hood, but the Mazda6 makes up for it by getting some of the best fuel economy for the class.

Mercedes Benz S-Class

There are many luxury sedans that try to compete with the S-Class, but none of them quite live up to the standards that Mercedes has created. For 2017, the S-Class’s exterior retains its classic styling while still offering an up-to-date look. It comes standard with a 449-hp 4.7-liter twin-turbo V-8, but upgrade to the S600 and get a twin-turbo V-12 that delivers a mind blowing 532 hp.

BMW M3

If you want superior style and don’t mind a $65,000 price tag, it’s hard to go wrong with the BMW M3. This car is a legend among enthusiasts and is sure to make other drivers envious wherever you are in the world. The M3 offers 425-444 hp depending on which engine you choose, and both manual and automatic transmission are available.

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Audi A7

With its signature Audi grille and sleek styling, the A7 is one of the most attractive cars on the road and raises the bar for luxury sedans. Interior space is equally impressive, and the front seats are extremely comfortable. The $68,800 price tag is actually a great value for the luxury class.

Tesla Model S

If you want a fully electric car, the Tesla Model S is an option you must investigate. The Model S has received a major exterior upgrade for the year 2017, and the car now has a sleeker, more streamlined look. Add in the spacious interior, extremely quiet ride, and superior infotainment system, and it’s hard not to be amazed by the Model S.

Hyundai Sonata

The Sonata frequently tops U.S. News & World Report’s list of the best midsize sedans, and it’s easy to see why. With its roomy interior and comfortable seats, the Sonata is an ideal vehicle for family road trips. It’s also one of the most affordable vehicles in its class and gets superb gas mileage. A rearview camera, touchscreen, and smartphone integration all come standard.

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