Sedan in a Sentence

Definition of Sedan

a two or four door vehicle that is made to hold at least four people

Use Sedan in a sentence

Purchasing a used four-door sedan was more reasonable than a buying a jeep since we live in a Seattle.

The sputtering sedan carried the family over the mountain and through the woods to grandmother’s house.

Buying a sporty sedan instead of a mini-van was a bad decision for the father of six.

Only considering the price, the two-door sedan was a better option than the four door vehicles on the lot.

Although the salesman tried to sale the sedan to many customers, he was unable to close a deal on the old clunker.

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