In today’s economic climate, balancing a full time job with your family life leaves little time left over for even the most important daily rituals, let alone the extra things we all have to do as adults like grocery or even car shopping. Luckily for us, there is little to nothing we can’t buy online, including cars. From start to finish. Figuring out how to buy a car online is as easy as deciding you need one at all.
In case you need help deciding which cars will be the best fit for your family for the upcoming 2016 year, below is a list of the most Affordable Full Size Sedans. These sedans come with the appointments of some of their luxury counterparts but with a price tag that is reasonable for you and your family.
The 2016 Toyota Avalon received a mild update for this model year that enhances its driving experience by presenting a quieter more composed ride. The Avalon’s engine is strong enough as a 3.5L V6 that puts out 268 horsepower and 248 lb/ft of torque, but where it really shines is in it’s gas mileage. Getting 31 mpg on the highway, which is impressive for a V6, city driving stays relatively low at 21 mpg. Offering four trims with the base starting at $34, 400, the top trim level packs a punch. For $40,450 the Limited trim gives you HID headlights, three zones of automatic climate control, touchscreen navigation, heated and cooled leather seats and a number of updated advanced safety features. As a Toyota, you know it’s guaranteed to last well into your children’s driving years, so at that price, it is quite affordable.
Running on the same basic platform as the Buick LaCrosse, this Chevy comes in at half the price tag, presenting itself to a larger audience of buyers. Offering a hybrid version, which features a more impressive fuel economy, there are 6 trim levels to accommodate the basic to top tier of performance and style you choose. Offering two engine choices as well, a V6 that contributes 305 horsepower or a 4 cylinder that gives 195 horsepower. As a Chevy, it’s going to be full to brim with the most updated safety features even at the base model, $27, 095 to the top CNG 3LT at $40, 810.
As yet more evidence that Kia is stepping up in rank and solidifying its place in the full size sedan segment, the Cadenza is it and it deserves to be taken seriously. Feeling more like lounging in your living room than the interior of a sedan, the Cadenza’s interior is not just pleasing but luxurious without having the price tag to go with it. While it doesn’t make ‘sporty performance’ its thing, it reaches 60mph in about 6 seconds, its ride is more fluid than expected for a 3.3L V6. Coming in just under 300, it delivers 293 horsepower and packs a lot for its base model at $32,990 up to the top trim at $44,090.
As Hyundai continues to climb the ladder of success, we are here to welcome it with arms wide open. Hyundai has been making quality sedans, compact cars and has recently been trying their hand in performance and luxury vehicles. Their successes are due to their quality craftsmanship, innovative technology and unwillingness to compromise cost or style. Everyday, more people are turning around to Hyundai’s performance and noticing their full size Equus. Catering to the passengers, the reclining rear seats is just one of the luxury appointments normally reserved for European classics. What would an Equus be if it didn’t offer powerful horsepower, for which it’s named? Offering 429 horsepower it delivers an incredibly smooth ride powered by a 5.0L V8. For how it drives and feels, you’ll swear it’s luxury, but priced at $61,500 will feel much better.