15 Roomiest Sedans in 2020

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Sedans With Room for the Whole Family

Sedans have fallen out of favor in the U.S. mostly due to the popularity of crossovers and SUVs. In fact, some automakers have stopped making most sedans and ramped up their SUV efforts. However, if you prefer sedans for their practicality, affordability, fuel economy, and overall driving dynamics, there are still some solid options available.

The primary reason American families are choosing crossovers over sedans is they offer more passenger and cargo space. While traditional SUVs also had the advantage of being highly capable since they were built on truck platforms, that’s not really the case today. Most current crossovers and SUVs are built on car platforms, so they aren’t really a substitute for a pickup truck, though they do provide increased utility and many offer all-wheel drive. Many people will also tell you that crossovers are safer than sedans. In some cases, this is true, though almost every SUV available today has a higher probability of rolling over due to a higher center of gravity. 

In the end, the choice between vehicles and vehicle classes comes down to personal preferences and priorities. To help you make an informed buying decision, we’ve ranked the roomiest midsize sedans, large sedans, and hybrid sedans based on their second-row passenger space and trunk volume. 

It’s important to note that our scores and rankings change on a regular basis as new data and expert research become available. For this reason, the scores in this slideshow may not match up with the scores in our new car rankings and individual reviews.

Continue reading to learn about the roomiest sedans on the market today.

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