A sedan is the classic four-door car shape, and is still the most common bodystyle on Australian roads. Sedans are available in several sizes, from small to mid-size, to large, right up to luxury saloons. The back doors are handy for rear seat access, and the boot is the most secure way to store luggage or cargo. The low sedan body also tends to be aerodynamic and relatively lightweight, which helps fuel consumption.

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