The right combination of space, comfort and technology.
The best midsize cars are the ones that serve you up a confident mix of roominess and performance. Midsize sedans offer four doors for maximum practicality, and all the comfort and convenience features of a much larger car with easier handling on your daily commute. If you're looking for all these benefits, but you are too keen on a big full-size sedan or SUV, then this list will help you on your search.
Whatever you are looking for, you will find it right here in our list of the 10 best midsize sedans, based on CarMax vehicle sales data from November 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019.
- Nissan Altima
- Toyota Camry
- Honda Accord
- Hyundai Sonata
- Ford Fusion
- Chevrolet Malibu
- Kia Optima
- Volkswagen CC
- Chrysler 200
- Volkswagen Passat
The Nissan Altima continues to see the top of our list and it's easy to see why; an ultra-practical midsize sedan with plenty of style is a great choice for young families. The Toyota Camry comes in second place on our list of best-sellers, offering an easy driving experience that makes piloting this midsize sedan feel like a walk in the park.
The Honda Accord marries utility with a sparky and exciting driving experience. The Hyundai Sonata slips into fourth place, offering an easy-to-use user interface and a huge choice of standard and optional features.
The sharp Ford Fusion sits fifth and has all-wheel drive available as an option. In contrast, the Chevrolet Malibu is right behind it in sixth place with a focus on space and comfort. If turning heads is important for you, the Volkswagen CC features a unique curved roofline that makes it look more like a sporty coupe than a midsize sedan.
Some of these sedans put up some impressive performance numbers, while others are surprisingly roomy. And some are a solid mix of both.
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