The Chevy Sonic is the smallest sedan available in the Chevy lineup. It starts out the Chevy sedan lineup right with power, efficiency, and comfort. It’s a compact car, that maneuvers like a compact, drives like a sports car, and has the sporty and fun look that you want from a compact.
The Sonic is not just a sedan either. This model is also available as a hatchback with four doors and some extra cargo room in back. Even as a sedan, the Sonic offers plenty of trunk space, and with standard 60/40 split folding rear seats, the cargo area just got larger.
Since its debut in 2008, the Cruze has remained one of the most popular Chevy options. The Cruze comes in just above the Sonic in size, and with that extra size it manages to deliver more interior room, more power, more technology, and more convenience.
Interestingly enough, the Chevy Cruze sedan also has a hatchback brother. If you are looking for a little more interior room, especially for cargo, and you like the look of a hatchback, then you should consider the Cruze Hatch too! Regardless which Cruze you choose, you will have a lot of options!
The Malibu is the middle sedan in the Chevy lineup, and as such, it strikes the perfect balance between the Cruze and the Impala. If you are looking for something with the maneuverability and affordability of a compact but with the size and performance of a full-size sedan, then you have found your solution.
As you would expect, the Malibu has room for five people with ample trunk space. It’s bold design and myriad of trim level options make it a wonderful Chevy sedan. Under the hood, the Malibu offers a few engine options too, and there’s even a hybrid version!
The Chevy Impala rounds out the top of the Chevy sedan lineup. With a bold style, tons of interior room, plenty of trunk space, and a huge number of interior features and options, it really doesn’t get any better than this.
Though the Impala may be a sedan, it’s still a Chevy, and that means you can expect real performance under the hood. In fact, this sedan still has a powerful V6 engine option. Just because the Impala packs power, don’t think that it ignores efficiency. The Impala is the smart choice for a full-size sedan buyer.
The smallest Buick sedan on offer is still quite large. The Buick Regal, with its wide array of options, is perfect whether you typically travel alone or have a whole family to transport. With its hatchback-like design, you have plenty of room for passengers and cargo.
The Regal actually has three variants. The Regal Sportback is the standard version of the Regal, and as its name would imply, it employs an eye-catching fastback design. Above that, you have the Regal GS which is a performance model. Finally, you have the Regal TourX which is a wagon.
The LaCrosse slots in right above the Regal. With luxury in the interior, performance under the hood, plenty of interior room, surprising efficiency, and loads of technology, the LaCrosse is a popular choice for those interested in buying a Buick.
Though the Buick LaCrosse comes standard as a front-wheel drive luxury sedan, it can be equipped with all-wheel drive. This makes it a wonderful vehicle for all driving conditions including the harsh Wisconsin winters with their snow and ice. Looking for a full-size sedan with luxury that only a Buick can offer? then you may have found your match.
Technically, the Cascada isn’t a sedan as it only has two doors, but since it seats four, and it doesn’t fit well into other categories, it’s worth mentioning here. Though it is smaller than the Regal or LaCrosse with its price and features it slots in above the Buick sedan models.
Interestingly enough, the Cascada is only available as a soft-top convertible, but with performance under the hood, and a wide range of both standard and available technologies, the Cascada promises to be fun for all seasons!