Style, comfort, and performance.
The full-size sedan has always been a popular choice. The large sedan continues to be the go-to for all kinds of drivers. Are you an ambitious single looking to liven up the daily commute without sacrificing practicality? An executive looking for a luxurious company car to eat up the miles for business meetings? Or do you have a family and want a vehicle with plenty of comfort and luggage space for potential passengers, but don't want an SUV? The large sedan checks all the right boxes.
Want some help choosing your next large sedan? We've got you covered. Check out our list of the 6 best full-size sedans for 2020 shoppers, based on CarMax vehicle and sales data from April 1, 2019, through September 30, 2019:
6. Ford Taurus
The Nissan Maxima and Dodge Charger top our list, and for good reason: both have aggressive, striking styling and punchy performance to match. Whether you want the 305-horsepower 3.5L V6 and front-wheel drive of the 2019 Nissan Maxima or the raucous muscle of the V8 (or V6 on base trims) and rear-wheel drive of the 2019 Dodge, both are full-size sedans but with all the thrills and excitement of a sports car. That's proof there's no need to sacrifice performance for practicality.
Meanwhile, if comfort is what you are after, a car like the Hyundai Genesis or Toyota Avalon will suffice with aplomb. The 2019 Avalon, in particular, has an impressively long list of features and equipment from standard, including automatic dual-zone climate control, heated front seats and side mirrors, Bluetooth®, and convenience tech like forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control. Yes, you read that right—all on the base 2019 Avalon XLE model.
Elsewhere, other very popular choices come in the form of the Chevrolet Impala and Ford Taurus. Both are great options for practicality, offering a comfortable ride and impressive passenger and cargo space. The 2019 Impala offers 105 cubic feet of passenger volume and 19 cubic feet of cargo volume, whereas the 2019 Taurus boasts 102 cubic feet of passenger volume and 20 cubic feet of luggage volume.
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