Top 10 Least Expensive Midsize Sedans of 2007

From Edmunds.com

Sure, you're familiar with all the tried-and-true choices in the midsize sedan segment. But your needs for a new sedan in this category are a bit more specific. You need a car that will fit within the exacting — chafing, even — confines of your budget.

Peruse, if you will, the choices listed below. These are the 10 least expensive 2007 midsize sedans on the market. Rankings are based on MSRP, including destination charges. Remember, though, that for these prices, you're getting the most leanly equipped trim available. If you're looking to make your economy sedan more livable, you'll likely have to fork out extra for a few choice options.

Some of these budget-priced models are subject to rebates and incentives, which make them even more of a bargain. Be sure to check each economy car's True Market Value ® before making a buying decision.

  1. Kia Optima — $16,355
  2. Hyundai Sonata — $17,195
  3. Chevrolet Malibu — $17,215
  4. Pontiac G6 — $17,245
  5. Ford Fusion — $17,430
  6. Nissan Altima — $17,950
  7. Chrysler Sebring — $18,320
  8. Toyota Camry — $18,470
  9. Honda Accord — $18,625
  10. Mercury Milan — $18,905

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