Off the Beaten Path
Finally, a Class-Competitive Mid-size Sedan from Dodge
For some 40 years, the Toyota Corolla has served the purpose of providing affordable transportation.
Honda struck gold with its 2006-2011 Civic compact lineup, and with the compact segment heating up in the U.S., the automaker decided to play it safe with the 2012 Civic, which marks the car's ninth generation.
The Honda Accord has solidified its position as the second-most popular midsize sedan in the U.S. behind the Toyota Camry, but the competition is becoming more ambitious.
It’s not a stretch to say the 2010 Buick LaCrosse was the car that saved Buick.
Ford's 2011 Taurus is not a midsize sedan. The idea that a sedan with the Taurus nameplate competes with midsized four-doors like the Toyota Camry and Chevrolet Malibu is actually outdated.
It’s no 1986 Taurus, but the Fusion four-door is making waves in the midsize sedan segment like few Fords in recent years.
The 2011 Ford Fiesta drives right over subcompact car conventions U.S. buyers have come to expect over the last 20 years.
The BMW 3 Series has been the bread and butter of the BMW line-up since its inception in 1975.
Cadillac has done a remarkable job of reinventing itself over the past decade. It has gone from being regarded as the staple of the snowbird retiree, to making critically-acclaimed and genuinely desirable performance sedans, with the CTS line receiving the lion’s share of accolades and recognition.