10 Top-Rated Mid-Size Cars, According To Edmunds

People who purchase cars often prefer to buy mid-size cars given their average size, and here are the best of the type according to Edmunds.

Edmunds, founded in 1966, is an American based company that provides online automotive information. The company was created by Ludwig Arons as Edmunds Publication which published books to help car buyers make informed decisions during a car purchase. By the 1990s, Edmunds had already become an automotive information repository, which led to the launch of its website in 1995.

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Mid-size cars have been in production since the mid-90s and have remained a favorite for car lovers who don’t like their cars too small or too big – just somewhere in between. With a plethora of available options, we’ve provided the 10 top-rated mid-size cars, according to Edmunds.


The 2019 Ford Fusion made it to Edmund’s list and rightly so. Its production started in 2005 with yearly upgrades and additional features. The 2019 Fusion is classified with the second generation models as its production started with the 2013 model and it’s built on the Ford CD4 platform.

The car has three optional engine upgrades that include a powerful 2.7 liter V6 and a base 2.5-liter engine. The 2019 Ford Fusion is available in five trims levels of S, SE, SEL, Titanium and V6 Sport.


The 2019 Honda Accord’s aesthetic styling is the coldest yet from the Accord series. A family car that needs no introduction, the 2019 model raised the bar even further. Accord over the years with its different models is reputed for its cool handling, impressive powertrain, roomy interior, and reasonable pricing.

The 2019 Accord is characteristically fuel-efficient, powerful and also comes fitted with some cool features like the user-friendly infotainment system. Safety-wise, the 2019 Accord has adaptive cruise control and an automatic emergency braking system. It is available optionally as a hybrid.

8 2019 MAZDA 6

This car is eye-candy and for its well-crafted body alone you’d think it’s more expensive than it is. This fast-selling Mazda model was introduced in 2002 and has undergone yearly upgrades ever since. A Sixth generation Mazda, the Mazda 6 is also known as Mazda Atenza and it was built on the Mazda G platform.

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The 2019 year model doesn’t only look good but performs well as well in terms of handling, steering, and swift transmission response. It is available in five trim levels of Touring, Signature, Sport, Grand Touring and Grand Touring Reserve.


Toyota Camry’s performance credibility has never been in doubt but in the recent past car enthusiasts have questioned its aesthetic adaptations and this 2019 model is here to fix that anomaly. The Camry model is an automobile veteran as it’s been in production since 1982 with millions of worldwide sales – further helping Toyota become the highest selling car manufacturer.

The 2019 Toyota Camry is available in five unique trims of L, LE, SE, XSE, and XLE with two engine choices – V4 and V6. The car is offered with a front-wheel drive and comes in 8-speed shiftable automatic.


The 2019 Buick Regal Sportback through its design and implementation has achieved the unimaginable feat of producing a mid-size car that offers the benefits of both a sedan and a wagon. The Buick Regal is a 1973 production car by Buick, a division of General Motors.

2019 Regal Sportback is among Buick’s sixth-generation range of models which were introduced in 2018. The Sportback is available in Hatchback and GS of different variations while also being offered in 2.0 L-liter gas engine and a 3.6 L-liter gas engine with output as high as 310 hp subject to engine type.

5 2019 AUDI A6

The 2019 Audi A6 doesn’t look too different from its predecessor – maybe it shouldn’t anyway, because its predecessor does look good. Currently, in its 5th generation, this car offers a wide range of technological advancements like its MMI touch response system which allows the execution of different vehicular functions through a touchscreen.

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The 2019 A6 is offered in three trims of Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige. A turbocharged 2.0-liter V4 engine is the standard for Premium and Premium Plus models while a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine with 335 hp output is standard for the Prestige.

4 2019 BMW 5 SERIES

Getting to the top is hard, remaining there is harder – but BMW has somehow mastered the art of remaining among the top automobile manufacturers and the 2019 BMW 5 Series is one other reason for this.

The 2019 BMW 5 Series is available in 530i, 540i, and 530e variants. These variants are powered differently as the 530i is been powered by a turbocharged V4 engine with 258 hp, the 540i is fitted with a turbocharged V6 with 335 hp while the 530e iPerformance is a hybrid that uses a V4 engine paired with an electric motor.


The 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class characteristically gave reviewers and critics a lot of positives to ruminate on – it’s a luxury and comfort masterpiece that also has a lot of comfort to offer. E-Class as a model was introduced in 1953 and the 2019 year model is of its 5th generation offerings.

E-Class is available in four trim levels of E 300, E 450, AMG E 53 and AMG E 63 S. The E 300 is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter V4 engine with 241 hp and the E 450 gets a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 with 362 hp.

2 2019 LEXUS GS

The 2019 Lexus GS has it all – looks, comfort, luxury, and performance. The GS is a Japanese brand that has been in production since 1991. It’s done quite well in sales in the US and Japan while also catering to demands from other parts of the world with numerous awards over the years to show for its quality.

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The 2019 Lexus GS is a 4th generation offering and comes in two trims of 300 and 300 F Sport. These two trims are fitted with a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that produces 241 hp and 258 pound-feet of torque.


The veteran car manufacturing company, General Motors, is responsible for the Cadillac. Cadillac model is reputed for the luxury the brand offers. Founded since 1902, this brand majorly serves the United States, Canada, and China while also serving 34 other markets world over.

The 2019 Cadillac CTS might be the last offering of this model and if so, what a "last offering" it’ll be. This CTS comes in five trims that include the base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, V-Sport, and V-Sport Premium Luxury. The base trim is offered in an incredible turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 268 hp.

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