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Long before the days of SUVs, minivans and plush crew-cab pickups, the three most popular types of vehicles were coupes, sedans and station wagons. For those who needed seating for up to five, the sedan was the vehicle type of choice, leaving rakish coupes to swanky singletons and wagons to large families. Even now with all those other vehicle types available, the sedan remains a hugely popular choice thanks to its combination of practicality, manageable size, comfort and efficiency.
Sedans have long been available in small, medium and large sizes. But a big difference between yesteryear and today is that sedans not only come in various sizes but also in a large variety of flavors. The latter range from subcompacts with luxury car features (such as heated seats and navigation) to supersport sedans capable of blistering performance numbers that you might more associate with an exotic sports car.
The current menu of sedans includes subcompacts such as the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Versa, while compact stalwarts include the Honda Civic and Mazda 3. The popular midsize class counts the Ford Fusion and Kia Optima among its choices, while the full-size segment includes the Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Avalon. Of course, premium brands such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz offer luxurious sedans boasting impressive performance. In short, there's something for all sedan shoppers here, whether they're looking for a basic commuter car or the landlocked equivalent of a private business jet.