Sedans are among the most popular vehicles on the market. They’re practical, family friendly, comfortable and safe. They’re the jack of all trades of the industry, and it is easy to see why. Recently, sedans have put more of an emphasis on safety and efficiency, and some have even started to spice things up with sporty driving dynamics.
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What’s New in Sedans for 2017?
The Toyota Camry has been totally overhauled with a crazy new look and more technology. Although it will still be the reliable and affordable family sedan people know and love, Toyota is promising that it will also be more exciting to drive as well.
The Kia Stinger is an all-new sport sedan offering from the Korean brand, and it benchmarked a BMW, so we’re expecting good things. The rear-drive and AWD sedan has a sportback style and will be powered by a turbo four-cylinder or a more exciting twin-turbo V6.
The Hyundai Elantra is completely new for the 2017 model year and is already available. The sedan takes all the technology and features drivers want and packages it all up in a very easy-to-live-with sedan that’s also very competitively priced. Hyundai is also offering a rowdy Elantra Sport model for drivers who want more performance as well.
The 2017 Subaru Impreza is also here with a new look, better driving dynamics, and a much-improved interior. The slick Volvo S90 is also setting a new bar for performance and interior design quality, while the all-new Audi A4 is lighter than before and is packed with fantastic technology.
The Kia Cadenza, Genesis G90, Buick LaCrosse, Kia Forte, and Lincoln Continental and MKZ are new and the 2017 Ford Fusion has been heavily refreshed with sweeping changes that make it a fantastic family sedan. With the addition of a Ford Fusion Sport model, drivers can now have V6 power with all-wheel-drive for more performance.
Nissan is also trying to spice things up with its Sentra SR Turbo and NISMO model.
What’s Coming in Sedans?
The Tesla Model 3 is on its way but could experience delays, while a new fastback sedan called the Volkswagen Arteon will also be unveiled soon. The Honda Accord, Chrysler 300/Dodge Charger, and Nissan Altima should be refreshed soon as well.