Americans love their cars. The average consumer needs a car that can accommodate passengers, usually one to four, plus the driver. Therefore, sedans, coupes and sub-compacts are popular because of their size, price, fuel efficiency and ease of driving and handling.
There are five cars that have retained their popularity as the best passenger vehicles. One of these is the Toyota Camry. In 2008, the Camry was the best selling car in America. Since then, the Camry has had a total makeover inside and out. The midsized sedan is available with a choice of 4 or 6 cylinder engine. Toyota now offers a hybrid that rates 33mpg in the city and 34mpg on the highway. The Altima is Nissan's best selling mid-sized sedan. A coupe version was added in 2008; a smaller, shorter and sportier exterior made the coupe the fifth best selling car in America. The Honda Accord is the second best selling passenger car in America. The new models are the roomiest ever. The Accord is also available as a sedan or coupe, with the coupe slightly smaller, both offering impressive fuel economy.
The Honda Civic is available as a sedan, hatchback or coupe. Much of its popularity is derived from this wide range of available body types and features such as heated seats and leather steering wheel. The sporty model of the Civic is the Civic MUGEN featuring high performance, a rear spoiler and a sport-tuned exhaust system. Toyota wins again with the Corolla, now available with touch screen GPS and a JBL audio system with Bluetooth connectivity. It is one of the most fuel efficient passenger vehicles in America. With a little further research, you can find your favorite vehicle among these five.