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Top 10 Least Expensive Midsize Sedans of 2008

If you've got tight budget constraints and need family transportation, take comfort in the fact that there are quite a few affordable choices in the midsize sedan segment. Which ones are the most affordable? That's where we come in.

Take a look at the vehicles listed below. These are the 10 least expensive 2008 midsize sedans on the market. Rankings are based on MSRP, including destination charges. Keep in mind, though, that for these prices, you're getting the trim that has the least to offer by way of amenities, so you'll likely have to invest in a few choice options.

You'll find that some of these budget sedans bring with them rebates and incentives, offering more opportunities to save. Be sure to check each economy car's True Market Value® before deciding which to buy.

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  1. Hyundai Sonata

    1. Hyundai Sonata — $17,670

  • Ford Fusion

    2. Ford Fusion — $17,770

  • Pontiac G6

    3. Pontiac G6 — $17,895

  • Nissan Altima

    4. Nissan Altima — $18,230

  • Toyota Camry

    5. Toyota Camry — $18,570

  • Dodge Avenger

    6. Dodge Avenger — $18,590

  • Chrysler Sebring

    7. Chrysler Sebring — $18,690

  • Mercury Milan

    8. Mercury Milan — $18,725

  • Mazda Mazda6

    9. Mazda Mazda6 — $18,990

  • Chevrolet Malibu

    10. Chevrolet Malibu — $19,345


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