Dec 20, 2016
20 Sedan Cars You Need to Know About in 2017
The Kia Optima was redesigned in 2016, but the 2017 version gets a few stylish updates over its predecessor. As a brand, Kia has a great reputation for reliability and value. The Optima itself has plenty of interior space, and the hybrid version gets up to 46 highway mpg.
Like the Mazda6, the Mazda3 is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a car that’s fun to drive. The Mazda3 is much more compact than the 6 and has a lower sticker price, making it ideal for younger buyers. The 2017 model has been updated with a sharper exterior and new tech features.
The Elantra has become a big hit among U.S. drivers who are looking for a sporty compact for an affordable price. For 2017, Hyundai have refined the exterior while still keeping it recognizable. An Eco variant and Sports model are available.
BMW 3 Series
With a base MSRP of $33,450, the 3 Series is the less expensive and more compact counterpart to the M3. The models on offer for 2017 introduce new engine options, including a new turbocharged four-cylinder. The 2017 335i Gran Turismo comes 320-hp, 3.0-liter six-cylinder that deliver more power than the 2016 version.
The A4 has been fully redesigned for 2017. This compact luxury sedan is larger but lighter than its predecessor and comes with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Both front-wheel and all-wheel drive are available. Check the A4 out if you’re looking for a more reliable alternative to the BMW 3 Series.
Tesla Model S
With standard four-wheel drive and superb safety features, the Legacy is one of the best family sedans on the market. The exterior may not seem exceedingly stylish, but the interior is well-designed and has high-quality materials you wouldn’t expect to find in the price range.
The Malibu has responsive handling, good fuel economy, and a spacious interior. Although it may not be as exciting as the Mazda6, it’s a practical car that gets excellent gas mileage and offers a plethora of features that you can choose from. The interior is much more stylish than you’d expect for the class.
For its price, the Fusion offers excellent handling and an overall fun driving experience. The hybrid version really stands out among other midsize hybrid sedans. With a comparatively low sticker price, the Fusion Hybrid still delivers a quiet ride, sharp handling, and 188 horsepower.
Over the past few years, Buick vehicles have improved in quality, making them one of the best American automakers around today. The Regal is a stylish and practical entry into the midsize sedan market. Although it may be too conservative for some, it offers decent fuel economy, a spacious interior, and an all-wheel-drive option.