Anyone on the market for a new 2015 sedan is in luck. From the Toyota Camry to the Honda Accord, this year's lineup of new sedans is one of the best in recent memory. There are a great many advantages to buying a sedan, which can seat five people comfortably while excelling in performance and gas mileage. Sedans are more practical than SUVs or coupes, and they're also available in styles such as luxury, compact or family sedans. A Honda Accord would be considered a small, while the Toyota Camry or Nissan Altima would be in the family class of sedans. The Mercedes S Class, and Audi A8 are firmly in the luxury category. Luxury sedans are more expensive but offer unparalleled interior styling and features.
Sedans are safe as well as affordable, and this fact is reflected in the safety ratings of most top-selling 2015 sedan models. Most sedans are rated very high in safety due to extensive crash dummy testing they undergo at The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP). The NCAP test things like front end crashes, side pole crashing, and rollover crashing, then each car is given a star rating, zero to five stars indicating best to worst in safety.
In making your decision to buy a sedan also consider this: sedans are easy to drive, and park because they don't take up as much room on the road as an SUV. Test drive a few different makes and models so that you get a better feel of how the car is going to perform for you. Bring along a family member or a friend to help you, someone with a knowledge of cars, consult the Consumer Reports car issue (a great resource) because it's a new sedan purchase is a big decision. Here is a quick quiz that will help you choose what kind of sedan is right for you.