Nissan Sentra proves the sedan is still very much alive in 2022

The Sentra won’t burn up the pavement. It’s moderately powerful, handles reasonably well and has decent braking. Despite its sleek racer styling, it’s not a sports car and the emphasis is on usability, not thrills. And that suits most people in this market just fine

First introduced to the market in 1982, it’s now in its eighth generation and has never been better

Buying used: 2012 Honda Insight offers ultra fuel economy

Most modern conveniences are standard with the LX model, and the EX features extras such as a navigation system, steering wheel-located paddle shifters, Bluetooth capability, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and lightweight alloy wheels

Originally priced at under $22,000, the 2012 Insight now ranges between $8-15K

Buying used: 2011 Ford Explorer a people mover with frills

The Explorer was aimed more at soccer moms than off-road rock-hoppers, and was still the quintessential suburban grocery-getter. With seating for seven, it came with all the features you’d expect to find in a mid-size SUV

This Explorer was aimed more at soccer moms than off-road rock-hoppers, and was still the quintessential suburban grocery-getter