Best rated sedans 2019

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Top Rated Sedans of 2019

2019 Midsize Sedan

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2019 Honda Accord

Also ranked 3 in Sedans

8.7/10

Honda Accord is a very popular offering from Honda in the mid-size sedan segment. Speaking about generation, the 2019 Honda Accord is a part of the 10th Accord generation Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 26-33

HP : 192 hp @ 5500 rpm

2019 Honda Accord

#1

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2019 Nissan Altima

Also ranked 4 in Compact Sedans

8.2/10

The Altima was already a pretty popular sedan, but Nissan decided to switch it all up with the 2019 iteration. Completely redesigned, the new Altima is just one handsome Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 29-32

HP : 188 hp @ 6000 rpm

2019 Nissan Altima

#2

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2019 Kia Optima

Also ranked 8 in Sedans

8.1/10

It's been quite a while since the debut of the Kia Optima, and it happens to be one of the best cars to come out of Kia’s factory. Thankfully, the car continues to offer Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 24-31

HP : 178 hp @ 5500 rpm

2019 Kia Optima

#3

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2019 Compact Sedan

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2019 Honda Civic

Also ranked 3 in Sedans

8.7/10

After decades in production, Honda has learned how to produce an all-rounder compact sedan which is called the Civic. The 2019Honda Civic is available in sedan, coupe, an Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 29-36

HP : 158 hp @ 6500 rpm

2019 Honda Civic

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2019 Kia Stinger

Also ranked 6 in Sedans

8.3/10

It looked like a never-ending monarchy of the Germans in the sports sedan segment until the South Koreans introduced the Stinger last year. Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 24-25

HP : 255 hp @ 6200 rpm

2019 Kia Stinger

#2

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2019 Nissan Altima

Also ranked 4 in Midsize Sedans

8.2/10

The Altima was already a pretty popular sedan, but Nissan decided to switch it all up with the 2019 iteration. Completely redesigned, the new Altima is just one handsome Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 29-32

HP : 188 hp @ 6000 rpm

2019 Nissan Altima

#3

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2019 Fullsize Sedan

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2019 Nissan Maxima

Also ranked 4 in Sedans

8.6/10

The Maxima is Nissan’s take on the powerful and luxurious sedan segment. The 2019 Maxima is a sporty and aggressive package which demands attention. The Maxima also tries Read more ...

Engine : V6

MPG : 24

HP : 300 hp @ 6400 rpm

2019 Nissan Maxima

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2019 Toyota Avalon

Also ranked 6 in Compact Sedans

7.9/10

The 2019 Toyota Avalon marks the fifth generation of Toyota’s flagship sedan in the US and as a result, it has gone through a thorough revamp. Read more ...

Engine : V6

MPG : 25-26

HP : 301 hp @ 6600 rpm

2019 Toyota Avalon

#2

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2019 Ford Taurus

Also ranked 11 in Midsize Sedans

5.4/10

The Ford Taurus is not a car you may see winning many awards. In terms of performance, the car doesn't feel that sporty even in the Sport mode. Read more ...

Engine : V6

MPG : 19-21

HP : 288 hp @ 6500 rpm

2019 Ford Taurus

#3

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2019 Subcompact Sedan

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2019 Nissan Versa

Also ranked 11 in Compact Sedans

5.2/10

The Nissan Versa is a subcompact sedan that comes with a roomy cabin and quite an affordable price tag. However, there is not much going for it as the sedan now feels qui Read more ...

Engine : Inline 4

MPG : 30-34

HP : 109 hp @ 6000 rpm

2019 Nissan Versa

#1

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If we don’t take the full-size pickup truck into account, the mid-size sedan has traditionally been the most sought-after type of vehicle in the U.S. Crossovers have been threatening sedans and their position of power for quite some time now though, and they’ve finally managed to dethrone them. The best-sold sedan for 2017 finds itself in as low as sixth spot overall behind the trio of large pickups, the Toyota RAV4, and Nissan Rogue. The duo of Japanese compact crossovers has recorded north of 400,000 sales each, whereas Camry sales amount to 387,000 units. Despite losing on popularity, sedans are still irreplaceable for many Americans. 8 out of the top 20 best-sold vehicles in the U.S. are still sedans, both large and small. We can likely expect sedan sales figures to deteriorate even further, but that doesn’t mean we’ll skip mentioning the best sedans 2019 is bringing our way.

After all, we’re only continuing where we’ve left off with the list of best sedans for 2018. As before, we’ll skip on exotic and ultra-luxury brands such as Rolls Royce, Bentley and Aston Martin. We won’t, however, skip on other luxury brands from Germany, Japan, and the U.S. This means the list will be populated by both affordable family options and more expensive luxury sedans that can’t exactly pass as value for money choices. We also decided against discriminating possible entrants by size, though you’ll find out that larger sedans have generally fared better than smaller ones. You can also look to the future and view our list of 2020 Sedans.

What’s The Best Mid-Size Sedan That 2019 Has To Offer?

Honda Civic

Introduced for the 2016 model year and having been carried over without major changes for 2018, the tenth generation Honda Civic is due to be refreshed in 2019. The mid-cycle makeover should see the compact become softer around the edges, though more important changes will likely be in safety equipment. Expect a standard rearview camera and possibly even blind spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alerts. With that, Honda might also offer a completely revised infotainment system.

Don’t expect too many changes in other areas, though. The Honda Civic sedan should continue to offer a quirky 174-horsepower 1.5L turbo four engine, while the base 2.0L 4-cylinder worthy of 158 ponies might get retired. The CVT and 6-speed manual will likely remain the Civic sedan’s transmission choices beyond the year 2018. With that in mind, fuel economy ratings should also remain intact. The Civic returns up to 36 mpg combined and up to 42 mpg in the open when fitted with the turbo engine and CVT gearbox. It also throws in more than competent handling and a rather comfortable ride for its class.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - Honda Civic sedan three quarter view

Toyota Avalon

The 2018 model year will be the last year for the fourth generation Toyota Avalon. As of 2019, Toyota’s flagship sedan enters an exciting new fifth-gen spell that should last at least five or six years. The redesigned Avalon will follow its smaller sibling Camry by getting the same new TNGA architecture. Its overall dimensions won’t change much, but the Avalon’s wheelbase will get stretched by 2 inches regardless. The new platform and fresh design will be accompanied by an all-new Entune 3.0 infotainment system which finally offers Apple CarPlay integration. No such luck for Android Auto though, as the Avalon’s 9-inch touchscreen display won’t be compatible with it.

As far as engines are concerned, the new Avalon will continue to offer both the 4-cylinder hybrid and V6 options. The 3.5L V6 will get a power hike from 268 hp to 301 hp, while the 2.5L hybrid 4-cylinder gets 8 additional ponies for a net output of 208 horsepower. A CVT gearbox remains mandatory with hybrids while V6 Avalons are receiving new 8-speed automatics instead of the outgoing 6-speed units. It remains to be seen how these changes will impact the next-gen Avalon’s fuel economy.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - 2019 Toyota Avalon three quarter view

Audi A6

Much like the Avalon, the current generation Audi A6 also hails from the early 2010s. It was introduced in 2011, to be precise; in other words, the 2019 Audi A6 is also in for a redesign, along with its A7 and A8 flagship siblings. Unlike the Avalon, the A6 still hasn’t been revealed, but spy mules have been caught testing plenty of times. The C8 generation of the A6, apart from updated looks, should bring in a host of new features and upgrades inside the cabin. It should also shed some weight, which is certainly welcome news considering the fact that fully stacked models weigh more than 4,000 pounds.

The powertrain lineup, on the other hand, should be carried over, and the addition of a mild-hybrid system from the upcoming A7 is to be expected. A 3.0L turbocharged V6 which generates 340 horsepower will thus be coupled with the 48-volt primary electrical system and a lithium-ion battery capable of recuperating up to 12 kWh through regenerative braking. We can only imagine the 2019 Audi A6 will implement the same system on its smaller 2.0L turbo-four unit as well. New mild hybrid systems shouldn’t affect the overall performance, but they’ll certainly have an impact on the Audi sedan’s fuel efficiency.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - 2019 Audi A6 test mule

BMW M5

Unlike the Audi A6, BMW’s luxury mid-size sedan has already received a complete overhaul. MY2019 examples are still far away, but they aren’t supposed to bring any major changes. Especially since the new 530e plug-in hybrid and M550i xDrive models have already been introduced for the 2018 model year. Despite donning the M prefix, the M550i isn’t a true BMW M5. The latter has yet to make its appearance, and that may be the biggest change the 2019 BMW 5 Series will bring with it. Meanwhile, close to $75,000 worth of M550i is here to sate the thirst with as much as 456 horsepower on tap.

The M5, which is scheduled to appear in 2019, on the other hand, will likely offer around 600 ponies and a six-digit sticker. It too should find motivation behind the M550i’s 4.4L twin-turbo V8. The thing is, the M5 gets a whole new engine code, aluminum block and heads, and 24.5 psi of boost. All that German engineering and trickery results in an extra 150 ponies. All that power won’t be routed to the rear via a manual gearbox, however, and this time, buyers are to blame. Last gen BMW M5s with manual transmissions amounted to some 5% of total M5 sales despite the Bavarians specifically developing the unit for the U.S. market. Instead, we’re getting the 8-speed automatic this time.

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Nissan Altima

Nissan’s mid-size sedan has been going on without major changes for years now. A feat its rivals have evidently already exploited, seeing as the Altima has slid to the 14th spot of best-sold vehicles in the U.S. It’s not even the best-sold Nissan anymore since the Rogue has managed to push almost 150,000 more units. All that is about to change soon, though, as Nissan has yet again shifted its focus towards the intermediate. The 2019 Altima will become the first Nissan car to don the company’s new Vmotion 2.0 styling.

The 2019 Nissan Altima aims to correct most of its predecessor’s shortcomings – especially in the interior department. Better quality materials, a new infotainment system and larger tablet-style display are all set for next year. Features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will be carried over. The new Altima will also host a number of advanced safety systems such as a rearview camera, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking; all should be available from the entry level. The powertrain lineup hasn’t been revealed yet, but a carryover is the most likely possibility. An optional all-wheel-drive system might be the only major news here. That and the possible resurrection of a hybrid model or use of a turbocharged 4-cylinder in order to boost fuel economy.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - 2019 Nissan Altima test mule

Hyundai Elantra

With 198,210 units sold throughout 2017, the Hyundai Elantra just manages to squeeze into that last spot on the list of the top 20 best-sold vehicles in the U.S. That speaks a lot about both the compact sedan and its Korean manufacturer. They’ve long been underdogs, competing with much more solvent Japanese and domestic automakers, but no more. Unlike most of its competitors, the 2019 Hyundai Elantra will almost certainly remain unchanged. If nothing unforeseeable happens, that is.

Currently in its sixth generation, the Elantra was last redesigned for the 2017 model year. This is when most of its defining features like aerodynamic design, a more efficient 1.4L turbo four engine, and advanced safety gear were introduced. Most entry-level models are still powered by the older 2.0L naturally aspirated engine, but there’s still a sporty 201-horsepower 1.6L turbo-four option as well. All this should remain on offer in 2019 when Hyundai’s compact might slowly start to show its age. However, it’ll still be fresh enough for most buyers. Efficient and spacious too. Above all else, it’ll be more affordable prior to the mid-cycle refresh looming around the corner.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - Hyundai Elantra three quarter view

Alfa Romeo Giulia

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is arguably the best-looking sedan on the market. Even people disagreeing with that statement will have to admit it’s definitely one of the top choices in that regard. To be fair, almost every Alfa ever produced has been a good-looking car – not counting a few black sheep, of course. Unfortunately, they’re also known for their lackluster reliability at best over the years. The Italian automaker that’s recently returned to the U.S. market, however, says that’s a thing of the past.

New Alfas will continue to win beauty pageants while hopefully breaking down much less often in the process. The Italian automaker’s new line of luxury sedans is usually tied to a 280-horsepower engine and an 8-speed auto that backs it. However, the Giulia can also be ordered with a Ferrari-sourced 2.9L twin-turbo V6 engine that develops as much as 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of twist. And that’s pretty much everything you need to know about the Alfa Romeo Giulia. Actually, it should also be said that the Giulia Quadrifoglio’s 3.8 seconds to 60 mph are only one part of the carefully crafted amalgam of features, performance, and stylings.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio three quarter view

Honda Accord

The 2019 Honda Accord will likely only offer a new trim or some shuffling within current packages since it’s already been completely redesigned for 2018. It’s currently the 10th best-sold car in the U.S. after the Japanese have managed to push 322,655 units of their intermediate sedan in 2017. Despite high hopes after the aforementioned redesign, the Accord’s sales have actually dropped 6.5% compared to 2016 and the last year of the ninth generation models. The fact that the new Accord was crowned the 2018 North American Car of the Year should help it improve on that front in the future.

As mentioned earlier, the 2019 Honda Accord will continue with its current set of options. This includes both the standard 1.5L turbo four with 192 horsepower and optional 252-horsepower 2.0L turbo four available with Sport and high-end models. The former will save on fuel (30 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway) while offering more than ample power, while the latter builds on the power play and converts a naturally unimpressive intermediate into fun on wheels. At the same time, the smaller engine comes with a CVT gearbox, while the larger offers a choice between standard 8-speed auto and optional 10-speed unit. Regardless of choice, Honda has really hit that sweet spot with the new Accord and they’ll only get to build on that next year.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - Honda Accord front 3/4

Chevrolet Malibu

The Chevrolet Malibu is yet another sedan competing in that demanding mid-size segment. It’s been fully redesigned for the 2016 model year but hasn’t managed to break into the top 20 best-sold vehicles in the U.S. so far. Maybe things will change after the upcoming mid-term refresh scheduled for the 2019 model year, although we highly doubt it. Regardless of its sales figures, the Malibu will still be one of the best sedans 2019 is bringing our way. It’s tech-savvy, spacious, efficient, and powerful enough at the same time. Plus, Chevy also offers a hybrid model for those that put even more emphasis on fuel savings.

Speaking of engines, most models will be powered by standard 1.5L turbo four with 160 ponies. The optional 250-horsepower 2.0L turbo four is standard exclusively with the top Premier trim, while a hybrid 1.8L setup returns up to 46 mpg combined. Most reviewers will agree that entry-level Malibus should offer more than what they do for almost $22,000, and that top models aren’t the best in terms of value for money.  It’s the middle ground that takes the cake here, and that’s exactly how it’s supposed to be. 2019 model year Malibus are finally bringing in some much-needed changes in the design department.

Best Mid-Size Sedan 2019 - Chevrolet Malibu three quarter view

Mercedes-Benz S Class

No list of top-rated sedans would be complete without a proper Merc. Specifically, the S Class, which still sets the bar for luxury and performance after so many years. It all but controls market price as well since you won’t find one for less than $90,000. Keep in mind that’s the price tag for the entry-level S450 sedan. 4Matic all-wheel drive adds another $3,000, the S560 adds $10,000, and AMG models cost $147,500 and $229,500 respectively for the S 63 and S 65. Don’t even get me started on the list of optional features which sees even these prices skyrocket.

Despite the obvious exclusivity factor price-wise, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz S Class will still be one of the best sedans 2019 will have to offer. Really, one of the best sedan lineups, for that matter. It should also be the last or penultimate sixth gen S Class at most. Especially considering they’ve been running on the same platform since the 2014 model year. Despite being somewhat older, Mercedes Benz S Class sedans are still way ahead of their time in almost every segment imaginable. They’re rightfully considered some of the best vehicles the class has to offer.

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The 10 best cars of 2019

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  • Consumer Reports released its annual "Top Picks" list on Thursday. 
  • Ten cars all from different segments of the market were selected based on performance in road testing, predicted reliability, safety, and owner satisfaction.
  • Toyota led the way with four cars on the list, while Subarufollowed with two entries.
  • Ford, Hyundai, Audi, and BMW are all represented on the list.

On Thursday, Consumer Reports released its list of the top cars on sale in the US for 2019. The nonprofit consumer publication selected 10 vehicles for its 2019 "Top Picks," all representing different segments of the auto market.

In order to appear on Consumer Reports' list, a vehicle must prove to be outstanding all-around performers — living up to the publication's stringent road-testing regime and exhibiting stellar predicted reliability, safety, and consumer satisfaction.

The publication's road-test regime features a series of tests to evaluate braking, handling, comfort, convenience, safety, and fuel economy over roughly 6,000 miles of driving on vehicles purchased anonymously from dealerships. 

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Safety took top priority this year. In fact, only cars that come standard with automatic emergency braking were considered for the publication's top honors.

"Safety should always be standard, not a luxury reserved only for those who can afford it," Marta Tellado, president and CEO of Consumer Reports, said in a statement. "Automatic emergency braking has proven to reduce crashes and save lives. We believe it should be standard in all new cars, just as backup cameras are today."

Toyota led the way with four cars on the list, while Subaru followed with two winners. Audi, BMW, Ford, and Hyundai all had models that made the Consumer Reports list for 2019. 

The 10 vehicles featured on the latest list range in price from just less than $18,000 to more than $68,000. 

Here's a closer look at the 2019 Consumer Reports "Top Picks" in alphabetical order. 

1. Compact luxury car: Audi A4.

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Price as tested: $48,890.

Why it's here: "The A4 is a thoroughly satisfying sports sedan with precise handling, the latest technology, and undeniable cachet," Consumer Reports said. "Its interior is quiet and decked out in high-quality materials."

"The balanced suspension provides secure handling and a taut ride that effectively smooths rough patches in the road," the publication added. "The turbocharged four-cylinder engine has superb response, with plenty of power when needed and a slick-shifting automatic transmission."

2. Luxury SUV: BMW X5

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Price as tested: $68,730.

Why it's here: "Redesigned for 2019, the midsized X5 is one of the best SUVs that CR has ever tested," the publication said. "It’s difficult to make an SUV both luxury-car comfortable and fun to drive, but here BMW strikes the perfect balance."

3. Full-size pickup truck: Ford F-150

2019 Ford F-150
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Price as tested: $52,535.

Why it's here: "The F-150 continues to be King of Pickup Mountain, despite tough competition from the recently redesigned Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, and Ram 1500," CR said.  "The 2.7-liter V6 turbo version we tested delivered brisk acceleration, effortless towing ability, and impressive fuel economy."

 

4. Subcompact SUV: Hyundai Kona

2019 Hyundai Kona
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Price as tested: $25,025.

Why it's here: "The Kona is a fun, new entry in a growing class of subcompact SUVs. It has a snazzy-looking exterior and an inviting interior," the publication said. "Despite its compact proportions, the Kona's smart design creates quite a bit of versatility thanks to its tall liftgate and split rear seats that fold down." 

5. Midsize SUV: Subaru Ascent

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Price as tested: $43,867.

Why it's here: "The three-row Ascent debuted at the top of CR’s midsized SUV ratings thanks to its smooth power delivery, enjoyable ride, and functional interior," the publication said. "It has a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that’s energetic in everyday traffic, with plenty of reserve power for passing." 

6. Compact SUV: Subaru Forester

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Price as tested: $29,341.

Why it's here: "The Forester is a versatile, no-nonsense vehicle that has broad appeal," Consumer Reports said. "This compact SUV’s roomy interior focuses on practicality and functionality."

"The 2019 redesign doesn’t look much different from its predecessor, but the Forester is now a more solid vehicle — quieter, with a more premium feel inside," CR added. "Its power is admittedly modest, but its fuel economy tops the class."  

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Sedans are a little like the dad jeans of the automotive world. While perhaps not always the most stylish of choices, they can be comfortable, practical, and come in sizes ranging from small to full-size. There are tons of options in the sedan category, but these were the best sedans you could buy in 2019.

Those who are interested in the best sedans of 2020 can refer to this year's list.

Honda Civic

Few cars manage to satisfy everyone, but the 2019 Civic proves one car can be affordable and functional as well as entertaining. In our opinion, the Civic achieves a near perfect blend of comfort and driver engagement. Its steering responds immediately to driver inputs, its ride is smooth yet sporty, making it a blast to drive. The main drawback is its divisive exterior styling. Those who can appreciate or look past that aspect will enjoy its excellent fuel economy, copious interior cubby space, and numerous standard driver assists. It's one of the best compact sedans you can buy.

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Honda Civic Si

Nothing screams affordable, reliable, go-fast fun like the 2019 Civic Si. The package is so enticing, in fact, that we awarded the Si with one of our 10Best Cars awards for 2019. The Si beguiles us with its spirited handling and zesty 205-hp turbocharged four-cylinder. Merging fun with practicality, the Si boasts a practical interior layout and competitive cargo room. Standard equipment also includes adaptive dampers, heated front seats, and a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment display. While 205 horsepower, a six-speed manual transmission, and polarizing exterior styling may not appeal to every sport-compact shopper, the fine-tuned chassis and bulletproof reliability of the Honda Civic Si should not be overlooked.

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Mazda 3

When is a car more than the sum of its parts? When it's the 2019 Mazda 3. The zoom-zoom brand's compact sedan is powered by a fuel-efficient 186-hp four-cylinder engine that pairs with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic; front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional. It's not the quickest compact based on our testing, but exploiting the Mazda 3's performance is easy, thanks to its nimble handling. The interior is well-designed and utilizes premium materials, and is impressive in terms of features and build quality. Touchscreen infotainment is standard, as is automated emergency braking. We're huge fans of the Mazda 3 for its fun-to-drive nature, great steering, and outstanding ride and handling.

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Genesis G70

The 2019 G70 is exactly what the newly established luxury brand Genesis needed to win our hearts. This entry-luxury sports sedan comes with two turbocharged engine options (a 252-hp four-cylinder and a 365-hp V-6) and rear- or all-wheel drive. A six-speed manual transmission is optional with the four-cylinder, but we wish its shifting action were crisper and more engaging. The chassis and suspension excel on both twisty back roads and highway cruising. The G70 looks the part as well, with a handsome exterior and a well-designed interior. With a price that undercuts direct competitors, the Genesis G70 gracefully scored one of our 10Best Cars awards for 2019.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia

Be warned. The 2019 Giulia will steal your heart with its direct steering, communicative chassis, and sexy styling. A potent 280-hp turbocharged four-cylinder pairs with a competent eight-speed automatic transmission and either rear- or all-wheel drive. While our zero-to-60-mph time of 5.5 seconds isn't the best in its class, the Giulia responds immediately to driver inputs, providing a feeling of control and enjoyment that is becoming hard to find in any car. The interior builds on the Alfa Romeo Giulia’s attractive looks, but material quality isn't as high as other cars in this class.

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Mercedes-Benz C-class

Styled like a baby S-class, the 2019 C-class offers the brand cachet of the legendary three-pointed star at an affordable price. Luxury upgrades include semi-autonomous driving, a touchpad-operated 10.3-inch infotainment display with navigation, and a 12.3-inch digital gauge display. While the C300's 255-hp turbocharged four-cylinder and nine-speed automatic transmission are competent and smooth, the Mercedes-Benz C-class lacks the lively driving dynamics of its competitors. This is the best entry-luxury sedan for those who prioritize comfort and style over driving.

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Honda Accord

We've long admired the 2019 Accord for the pleasing way it synthesizes practicality and driving fun into a handsome and affordable package. What makes it so great? First and foremost, the Accord is terrific to drive, with peppy and fuel-efficient engines including a hybrid. In our highway fuel-economy testing of the hybrid, we recorded 42 mpg. We love the fact that the Accord offers a manual transmission, but if you need an automatic, the 10-speed shifts smoothly and unobtrusively. The interior is spacious, and rear-seat passengers will enjoy the ample legroom. We think the Accord is the best mid-size sedan you can buy, which is why we have named it to our 10Best Cars list a record 33 times.

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Mazda 6

Call us suckers for a pretty face, but we think the 2019 Mazda 6 is one of the best-looking sedans you can buy today. The beauty goes beyond skin deep, though. The 6's interior is handsome, too, especially when outfitted with the upscale Signature trim. It's not just the 6's appearance inside and out that captures our admiration—hey, we're not that shallow—it's also because of the way the 6 drives. Both of its engine choices are peppy and frugal with fuel; in our real-world fuel-economy test, the base engine recorded 37 mpg while the turbo engine got 36. Good looks, great performance, and excellent fuel economy all add up to making the Mazda 6 one of the best mid-size sedans out there.

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Toyota Camry

In the minds of many, the 2019 Camry is synonymous with quality and reliability and—possibly—dull and safe. While the former is still true, the latter no longer applies. The 2019 Toyota Camry is once again one of the best mid-size sedans on the market. The Camry gets its mojo back with refined road manners, fuel-efficient engines including a hybrid, and a roomy interior. While not as engaging to drive as 2019 Accord or 2019 Mazda 6, the Camry stands out by offering lots of driver-assistance technology as standard, including forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. The 2019 Camry is on our Editors' Choice list for being one of the best mid-size sedans available today.

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Nissan Altima

Once easily lost in the shuffle, the all-new 2019 Altima is now a contender as one of the best mid-size sedans around. Both the base 2.5-liter engine and the optional 2.0-liter engine offer plenty of pep, while the 2.5-liter can be had with all-wheel drive, a feature that none of its competitors offer. The Altima engines are fuel efficient, too. In our real-world testing, the 2.5-liter with all-wheel drive got 41 mpg and the turbo saw 37 mpg. The interior is attractive and roomy; the back seat is very comfortable, with large seats and ample legroom. We put it on our Editors' Choice list to recognize it as one of the best mid-size sedans for 2019.

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Mercedes-Benz E-class

For the family looking to travel in style, the 2019 E-class is a great choice. We like it so much that we named the 2019 E450 to our 10Best Cars list. (Our award skips the E300 as we consider its four-cylinder to be underpowered.) In the best Mercedes tradition, the E450 excels at making long distances feel like short ones, with its quiet and powerful 362-hp V-6 providing exhilarating acceleration. The ride is velvety smooth and tuned for maximum comfort. The interior is handsomely outfitted with broad swathes of leather, real wood trim, and supremely comfortable seats.

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Mercedes-AMG E53

The 2019 E53 takes the already excellent E-class and swaps in a 429-hp 3.0-liter inline-six (with both a turbocharger and an electric supercharger) and all-wheel drive. It is the duality of the E53's nature that we find so compelling. Need a high-speed autobahn rocket to get you and three of your friends quickly from point A to B? Consider it done. Want to rip up some curvy back roads, just you and the E53? It's ready when you are. In the best Mercedes tradition, the interior is serene and pleasingly upscale, but a lengthy list of options allows you to tailor it to your particular tastes. For its ability to seamlessly shape-shift between luxury and performance, the E53 finds itself on our 10Best Cars list for 2019 as one of the best mid-size sedans of the year.

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Audi A6

The 2019 A6 draws us in with its elegantly styled exterior, and once inside it, we are charmed by its comfortable, high-tech interior. A pair of touchscreens are front and center, and they dazzle with their crisp graphics. Meanwhile, leather and wood conspire to spoil occupants. A turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 makes 335 horsepower; paired with Audi's legendary Quattro all-wheel drive, the A6 goes from zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. Impressive numbers to be sure, but it is the way the A6 blends all of them in an effortless manner that makes it one of the best mid-size sedans around and earns it a place on our Editors' Choice list.

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Nissan Maxima

The 2019 Maxima does an admirable job of mixing style, luxury, and sport. In our opinion, it's the best full-size sedan there is, and we recognize this success with one of our Editors' Choice awards. The Maxima is a good value, too, offering touchscreen infotainment, navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, and automated emergency braking. The 300-hp V-6 launches the Maxima from zero to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds. It's fuel efficient, too: We recorded 32 mpg on our real-world fuel-economy test. Front-seat legroom is among the best in class, but rear-seat headroom is limited due to the sharply angled roofline. Sometimes style requires such sacrifices, but the Maxima is so good, we don't mind.

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Kia Cadenza

If you think the term "affordable luxury" is an oxymoron, we submit the 2019 Cadenza as proof to the contrary. Open the door and you are confronted with one of the handsomest interiors around, one that puts some pricier luxury cars to shame. Opting for the Limited trim nets you quilted leather seats that are supportive and comfortable, an infotainment system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, and driver assists including automated emergency braking, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control. The Cadenza is at the very top of our list of the best full-size sedans, which earns it a spot on our Editors' Choice list for 2019.

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Mercedes-Benz S-class

There's really nothing quite like looking over an elegantly styled hood to see the three-pointed star leading the way. The provenance of the 2019 S-class is unquestionable; the German automaker has been making some of the best luxury full-size sedans ever to turn a wheel. It starts with the assemblage of the finest materials available; equally important is how those materials are put together. Ease of effort is also important, which is why you will find one of two powerful engines under the hood: the base engine is a 362-hp twin-turbo V-6 and the optional engine is a 463-hp twin-turbo V-8. The ride is ideal, comfortable with only a hint of waft to the car's movement. In this case, the whole is very much greater than the sum of its parts, which is why we placed the S-class on our Editors' Choice list as one of the best full-size sedans.

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Genesis G90

Ever notice how sometimes the most affluent people drive the most unpretentious cars? They didn't get rich by throwing their money around on frivolities. That's why the 2019 G90 should appeal to such folk—and to you. It provides much of the luxury of the pricier luxury sedans for thousands of dollars less. The interior is handsomely appointed with upscale materials including leather, suede, wood, and brushed metal. Heated and cooled seats, a head-up display, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen are all standard. At speed, the interior is quiet; the ride is pillowy soft. This is the kind of luxury that whispers rather than shouts, making the G90 one of the best full-size sedans available and an Editors' Choice winner.

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Audi A8

In the best German dreadnought tradition, the 2019 A8 offers power, a roomy interior, and some of the most advanced technologies available in the automotive firmament. First and perhaps foremost is the palatially expansive rear seat, which offers plenty of stretch-out room as well as optional massaging seats, foot warmers (!), and individual entertainment tablets. Lest the driver and front-seat passenger get jealous, they also can get heated and massaging 12-way adjustable seats and twin touchscreens to control infotainment and other functions. The driver gets to enjoy the performance of either the standard 335-hp twin-turbo V-6 or the optional 460-hp twin-turbo V-8; in our testing, the A8 with the V-6 went from zero to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds. As one of the best full-size sedans on sale, the A8 gets one of our Editors' Choice awards.

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