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Top 10 Least Expensive Midsize Sedans of 2010

You don't always get what you pay for, and that's good news if you're in the market for an affordable midsize sedan. Manufacturers know that buyers in this segment are very price-sensitive, and as a result, value is the name of the game. Many of the least expensive choices are among the best when it comes to overall quality.

The following 10 family sedans are the most affordable choices on the market. We've listed each vehicle's MSRP, but remember that the prices shown reflect those of base models — additional financial outlay may be required to get the options you desire.

Many of these vehicles also feature rebates and incentives that give you the chance to save even more. Check out each vehicle's True Market Value before deciding on a purchase.

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  1. Kia Optima

    1. Kia Optima — $17,495

  • Mazda Mazda 6

    2. Mazda Mazda 6 — $18,450

  • Hyundai Sonata

    3. Hyundai Sonata — $18,700

  • Suzuki Kizashi

    4. Suzuki Kizashi — $18,999

  • Toyota Camry

    5. Toyota Camry — $19,395

  • Ford Fusion

    6. Ford Fusion — $19,620

  • Nissan Altima

    7. Nissan Altima — $19,900

  • Subaru Legacy

    8. Subaru Legacy — $19,995

  • Chrysler Sebring

    9. Chrysler Sebring — $20,120


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