First, a quick reminder about whom our judges are:
- Kelsey Mays, consumer affairs editor at Cars.com
- Jennifer Newman, assistant managing editor at Cars.com
- Kristin Varela, senior family editor at Cars.com
- Fred Meier, automotive editor at USA Today
- Brian Robinson, producer at “MotorWeek”
- Bill Wegner of Skokie, Ill., our real-life family judge
Here’s how the score broke down: The experts’ scores accounted for 75% of the total score; 15% came from the family’s scores; and 10% was based on fuel economy. To help you make your own comparisons of these sedans, we’ve pulled together a list of what you get for $38,000.