Difference between coupe and sedan
There are a lot of options to consider when you’re getting a new vehicle. Do you want a car or an SUV? Are features important to you or do you just need something that will get you from point A to point B? How many people are you expecting to transport regularly? Do you have pets that will be traveling with you?
These are all questions that need to be answered before making the final decision to purchase a new vehicle. While these are all great questions, sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the hullabaloo of finding your next dream vehicle. In fact, sometimes you forget to even ask the basics, like, how big is the trunk and is the gas cap difficult to get off? Or for example, what is the difference between coupe and sedan?
Even though many people don’t often know what they need until they need it, knowing the difference between a coupe and a sedan can greatly increase your chances of finding a car that will suite your lifestyle.
They are both types of cars that are very versatile and easy to handle. The only difference typically comes with interior space: a coupe has less than 33 cubic feet of rear interior volume, whereas a sedan has more than 33 cubic feet of rear interior volume.
The body style of a coupe is a little different than a sedan as well, because they tend to be a bit more sporty in style. Generally a coupe will have two to four seats, as opposed to the standard three rear seats in a sedan.
In general, sedans are larger, four-door, closed-roof cars that can comfortably seat 4 or five adults. A sedan will also have a B-pillar between the front and rear windows. Not all of these generalizations are true all the time of coupes and sedans, obviously, but they are a great starting point for identifying which vehicle style you’d like in your new car.
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