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Roomy, comfortable, efficient, tech-savvy, and sometimes even fun to drive, today's midsize sedans deliver more bang for the buck than perhaps any other category of vehicles. It's no wonder they remain among the top-selling cars in the country.

Explore your 10 options below -- listed in alphabetical order -- or scroll past the cars to get your first peek at new models, pick up some smart sedan test-drive tips and more.

2019 Chevrolet Malibu
Starting Price: $22,965
The roomy, stylish tech-savvy Malibu offers a sporty new RS model, and an available hybrid powertrain.

2019 Ford Fusion
Starting Price: $23,735
The boldly styled Fusion continues to turn heads and win buyers with its good looks.

2018 Honda Accord
Starting Price: $24,465
All-new for 2018, this is the most advanced, most refined Accord to date.

2019 Hyundai Sonata
Starting Price: $23,185
With a low starting price and excellent warranty coverage, the roomy and feature-filled Sonata is a better and better value.

2019 Kia Optima
Starting Price: $23,820
The Optima mixes a sporty and stylish persona with established value.

2018 Mazda Mazda6
Starting Price: $23,890 (w/auto)
Arguably the most stylish, most fun-to-drive midsize sedan, a more powerful turbocharged engine and updated styling make the Mazda6 even more appealing for 2018. 

2019 Nissan Altima
Starting Price: $24,645
The Altima is all-new for 2019, with two new engines, a sporty attitude and, for the first time, available all-wheel drive.

2019 Subaru Legacy
Starting Price: $23,430
The Legacy's claim to fame remains its standard all-wheel drive, but its stellar reputation for reliability is equally compelling.

2019 Toyota Camry
Starting Price: $24,765
All-new last year, the venerable Camry is as easy to drive and reliable as ever, but with a new sense of style and sportiness.

2018 Volkswagen Passat
Starting Price: $23,845
The only European entry in the segment, the roomy, comfortable Passat is also a pleasure to drive. 

Source: (November 1, 2018)