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June 25, 2012

2012 Sedan Buyer's Guide - Most Dependable Cars

RTM's 2012 Sedan Buyer's Guide written by Martha Hindes

by Martha Hindes

Mom, dad and apple pie. A day at the  ballpark. A long, luxurious trip. Courting a business client in comfortable style. Think of driving a sedan and those are some of the things that might come to mind. For this is one middle-of-the-road vehicle that can capably fulfill so many functions it can defy being categorized. It's the family hauler that keeps siblings safely stowed in the back seat, with ample room to wriggle on a long trip.

It's the cushy carrier that can ferry a potential client to lunch in appropriate style for serious business talk. It has cozied up to uncountable fast food windows for a  family meal on the fly. You know the drill: shake, burger, fries and maybe a slice of prepackaged pie after a winning ballgame or a busy day at work. It's about as mainstream and dependable as any set of wheels can get.

To read about Road & Travel Magazine's Top 10 sedan picks for 2012, AND to find out which one won the 2012 International Sedan of the Year, click here.

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