Although Ford sedans have been largely discontinued in favor of crossovers and SUVs in the USA, many dealers will still provide a number of used models. There are no new Ford sedan models on sale, but the Blue Oval’s passenger cars are still excellent daily runabouts for the mid-size family who value affordability, good driving dynamics, and high levels of practicality. For now, the closest you can get to a sedan from the brand is the Mustang Mach-E, which isn’t a sedan at all, but offers four-door practicality in a crossover package.
|Ford Fiesta Sedan||120 hp||1.6L Inline-4 Gas||$14,260|
|Ford Focus Sedan||160 hp||2.0L Inline-4 Gas||$17,950|
|Ford Fusion||175 hp||2.5L Inline-4 Gas||$23,170|
|Ford Taurus||288 hp||3.5L V6 Gas||$27,800|
|Ford Fusion Hybrid||188 hp||2.0L Inline-4 Hybrid||$28,000|
|Ford Fusion Energi||188 hp||2.0L Inline-4 Plug-in Hybrid||$37,000|
Though you’ll most likely be shopping the second-hand market for a Blue-Oval-badged three-box, there is a list of benefits and drawbacks to consider before buying.