Carmakers take sedan market void
Dec 5, 2018
Over the years, sedans have always been at the top of consumer preference when it comes to shopping for convenient and affordable options for cars. Nowadays that's not the case at all, as the trend for SUVs and pickups grows in the U.S. Ten years ago, sedans were the most popular option for drivers, and now sedans are declining by 30 percent with no signs of turning back the unfortunate statistics. With the rise of SUVs and pickups, foreign companies see a new opportunity to capitalize on the sedan market, automakers such as Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Audi are embarking for new customers.