Base price: $21,900
Edmunds recommends the Fusion to obese drivers because the sedan comes standard with extra-long seat belts and a spacious front-cabin area.
"The Fusion is roomy on the inside -- and outside it's a great-looking car," Clarke says.He and other experts believe Ford (F) based the Fusion's exterior on Britain's Aston Martin superluxury brand, which the U.S. auto giant owned until 2007. "The Fusion definitely looks like a more-expensive car than your typical family sedan," Clarke says. Fully redesigned for 2013, the Fusion comes standard with a 175-horsepower four-cylinder engine that's rated at 22 mpg/city and 34 mpg/highway. If that's not powerful enough for you, a 240-horsepower four-cylinder turbocharged engine is available.