Comfort & Luxury
One thing that we care about the most is your comfort. From our offices to your homes, everything has to be comfortable and relaxing. This extends to our beloved cars as well. We expect the same comfort in the cars we buy and own while targeting a specific value.
When it comes to riding comfort, a sedan is always better simply because it has better and more comfortable seats accompanied by a smoother ride. As long as the road is good, as in highways and in most cities, there is nothing quite like driving or being driven around in a sedan.
Sedans also have it better in terms of acceleration, braking, speed and fuel economy. Lower weight means better acceleration and stopping; with less mass to move, it’s easier to move it. This also helps with economy, as the engine doesn’t have to overcome as much inertia every time you plant your foot.
A sedan is a three box configuration with principal volumes articulated in separate compartments for engine, passenger and cargo where the passenger volume is clearly distinct from the trunk volume of the vehicle. A sedan will serve you better on NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) factors and riding fatigue.
Sedans offer better space, practicality and in some cars, a better resale value. Since there are 25+ technical & other differences where sedans are highly selected & used as VVIP vehicles compared to any other body styles. This is subjective but a lot of people consider most sedans sleek and sportier.
Firstly it has to be the focus on space. Sedans are usually chosen because they offer a more spacious cabin. The longer wheelbase in sedans, they provide more than sufficient legroom that creates an ample amount of space between the 2 rows. When it comes to riding comfort, a sedan is always better simply because it has better and more comfortable seats accompanied by a smoother ride.
The smoother ride is courtesy of a softer tuned suspension setup to make the ride less bumpy and hence enhancing the ride quality. As long as the road is good, as in highways and in most cities, there is nothing quite like driving or being driven around in a sedan. If you go higher up the food chain, the most luxurious cars in the world are all sedans and that is for a reason.
The driving performance also favors the sedans. A lower center of gravity means that the car is more planted not only during aggressive speeds in corners but also during spirited highway runs. The lower height of the car adds up to the lower drag coefficient. The advantage of having a lower drag coefficient extends to sedans being more frugal as well. It is because of this that even with more powerful engines, sedans achieve better fuel efficiency figures.
Sedans are also less prone to tip over but, with the advent of advanced stability-control systems such as active rollover prevention, the gap is closing.
Then there is the driving experience where the sedan simply excels.
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ADVANTAGES OF SEDAN
Let’s get one thing straight: A sedan is infinitely more pleasurable to drive. Whether it’s a straight expressway, especially on a typical highway. Most 100+ BHP sedans, due to lower center of gravity & higher power-to-weight ratios, remain an absolute blast to drive.
Performance: Again, thanks to their lighter weight and superior aerodynamics, a sedan’s acceleration will leave its marks. A sedan’s braking ability is also superior.
Fuel efficiency: A sedan will be inherently more fuel efficient. If we are to compare the FE figures of C segment diesel sedans to the 15k USD diesel SUVs, the average sedan is about 30 – 40% more fuel efficient. In case of petrol to petrol comparisons, the difference can be as much as 75% in favor of sedans.
Ride comfort: You can not forget about the composed ride (city & highway) that most C & C++ sedans have to offer.
Depth of engineering: You can buy a sedan that’s a lot more technologically advanced.
Parking: If you don’t have a wide & tall parking spot, you can forget about worries for your sedan.
Petrol: Not everyone likes diesels. A few of us remain diehard fans of high-revving petrols.
Burning less fuel means less pollution, too. And, depending on how keen you are to save the world or blast through it at a rate of knots, there’s usually a range of petrol, diesel and hybrid engines in high-volume sedans.