Four Affordable Union-Made, American Sedans that We Love

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American car manufacturing is making a huge comeback! The cars produced in the US today are safer, offer greater luxury, and are more technologically advanced than ever before. There has never been a better time to buy a union-made, American car. Here’s our list of four first-class sedans worth checking out if you are in the market for a new car.

1.    Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion is not your ordinary sedan. As Edmunds states, “If Aston Martin made an affordable midsize sedan, we imagine it would look a lot like the Ford Fusion.”

Manufactured at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan by the proud members of the United Auto Workers (“UAW”), the Fusion is an impressive machine that can go from zero to sixty in less than 7 seconds, yet gets up to 34 miles per gallon on the highway. And it is fitted with the latest technology, including the SYNC® with MyFord® voice-activated communications and entertainment System and the Securicode keyless entry keypad.

And best of all, the Fusion starts at $21,900, making it an affordable choice for the discerning driver.

buick lacrosse22.    Buick LaCrosse

If you like a great all-around sedan, then the Lacrosse is definitely worth checking out. Available in all-wheel drive model with a 303 horsepower V6 engine, the LaCrosse provides great power for a sedan while getting 25/36 city/hwy mpg.

But what we like best about the LaCrosse is the great luxury at a great price. Starting at a MSRP of $33,000, this Buick offers oversized sunroof, real wood Tamo ash trim, and soft, supple leather seating, door and console armrests. And it features the next-generation Buick IntelliLink2 Infotainment System with its 8-inch-diagonal, reconfigurable Driver Information and Cluster Display that you can customize to put the information you use most front and center.

And the best part is that the LaCrosse is made right here in the US by the awesome members of the UAW.

3.    Chrysler 200 Convertible Limitedchrysler 200

One of the few sedans available as a convertible, the Chrysler 200 is a great choice if you like the open air driving experience, yet need a sedan that seats four.

Starting at $32,000 MSRP, the 200 offers a 283 horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that gets 19/29 city/highway mpg.  And it comes with fog lights, 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, heated front seats, a multimedia center, USB port, Bluetooth streaming audio and DVD video capability.

If you’re looking for a sedan that is like no other, give the 200 Convertible Limited a test drive and see what makes this car a one-of-a-kind.

cadillac ats 24.    Cadillac ATS

Manufactured at the Lansing Grand River Assembly plant in Michigan, this four-door, five-passenger compact luxury sedan is a great value at a starting price of $33,000.

Available in various engine sizes, including a 3.6L 321 HP V6 engine, the ATS, designed to compete with BMW and Mercedes, brings a great deal of performance to the sedan family.  And if you like exceptional control, the ATS is available in an all-wheel drive option.

If you’re a technology addict, you’ll love the car’s CUE touchscreen interactive control system. It allows you to manage your apps, music, vehicle controls, navigation, and more using this state-of-the-art version of an automobile tablet.

But no matter how much we write about it, nothing beats experiencing the ATS. Make sure to give one a test drive and see what all the fuss is about!

Have a favorite sedan? Let us know in the comments!

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