7 New Cars Affordably Priced to Lure You Intro Buying Mid-Size Sedans in 2023October 14, 2022
Anything that is not a crossover is likely to be overlooked by today’s buyer, but we are not getting tired of repeating the mantra that sedans are still alive. Today let’s explore the best models from the mid-size segment that not only possess roomy interiors, but are also affordable enough to make it to a shopping list of an ordinary driver. Bear in mind, that we have got the freshest information about facelifts and changes for the 2023 model year,
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#1 2023 Nissan Altima
Like any other Nissan facelift of the last two years, the new 2023 Nissan Altima surely gets a new V-Motion grille that delivers a distinctively sporty design and adopts the redesigned brand logo. The SR grade goes even further by featuring an attractive black chrome finish and a more aggressive face.
#2 2023 Subaru Legacy
2023 Subaru Legacy arrives with an exterior facelift, new interior tech, and enhanced safety features.
#3 2022 Kia K5
2022 Kia K5 was fully revamped last year, so now it arrives with a couple of tech updates and a new Kia logo.
#4 2023 Toyota Camry Nightshade
2023 Toyota Camry Nightshade offers 3 exterior colors, new 19inch wheels, and both non-hybrid and hybrid drivetrains.
#5 2022 Hyundai Sonata
2022 Hyundai Sonata packs plenty of features for the starting price and offers 3 engine options: a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 191 horsepower, a turbocharged 1.6-liter with 180 ponies and a 2.5-liter turbo producing 290 hps.
#6 2022 Honda Accord
2022 Honda Accord offers rich trim levels, a hybrid engine, and plenty of standard amenities.
#7 2022 Mazda 6
It has been confirmed that the Mazda 6 won’t be returning to the US for the 2022 model year, but you can still count on left over inventory or dealerships outside of North America. This sedan is one of those cars that look so much cooler than they cost.