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Starting manufacturer's suggested retail price, including destination charge, is $17,400 for a front-wheel drive, five-seat, 2014 Fiesta SE sedan with the 123-horsepower, 1-liter, double overhead cam, turbocharged, EcoBoost engine.
The S3 Sedan will arrive in Bahrain in the second half of 2014 with a starting price of BD 9,440 ($24,880).
Audi offers its A3 Sedan customers a comprehensive range of infotainment modules; topoftheline options include a Bang & Olufsen sound system and MMI navigation plus.
The new Polo Sedan is the perfect combination of German engineering, together with optimum comfort and driving characteristics," Volkswagen Qatar marketing manager Stefan Craita said, adding: "The Polo Sedan completes our sedan segment within the market following the Jetta and Passat, which have been extremely well-received by our customers.
The company has kicked off its sedan tire output expansion plan, as it has moved to look for a new location in southern China to build another plant for the moment.
They are now trying to revive demand for sedans by targeting the ageing baby-boomer generation and introducing a string of new sporty and luxury models.
The Focus will be offered in three body styles, a two-door hatchback, a four-door sedan and a station wagon.
AAA released the 2010 edition of its annual 'Your Driving Cost' study today revealing the average cost to own and operate a sedan has risen 4.
Being developed as a compact sedan for a new era under the development concept innovation of the compact sedan, the all-new Grace fuses together the easy handling and excellent fuel economy of a compact vehicle in 5-number size category and spacious cabin, stately styling, high visibility and tactile qualities and agile driving experience of an upper-middle-class sedan.
The A3 Sedan is available as of now; the S3 Sedan will arrive later this year, a statement said.
Hyundai Motor India, India's second-largest car manufacturer is reportedly gearing up to pull the wraps off its next offering, the Grand i10 sedan on 4 February 2014, a day before the Delhi Auto Expo.