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Used Upscale Midsize Cars $20K to $25K

View the best used upscale midsize cars priced between $20,000 and $25,000. Then read our used car reviews, compare specs and features, and find used upscale midsize cars for sale in your area. Learn more about our rankings»

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2012 Volkswagen Eos

Test drivers liked the 2012 Volkswagen Eos’ peppy acceleration and top-notch interior, but it offers limited top-down trunk space and has a low reliability rating for an ... Read full review »

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Used Car Scores
Overall: 7.6
Critics' Rating: 7.8
Performance: 8.0
Interior: 8.0
Cost to Own: 8.6
Safety: N/A
Reliability: 3_0
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2013 Volkswagen CC

The 2013 Volkswagen CC earned praise for its peppy base engine and upscale cabin, but critics were disappointed with its rear-seat space. Read full review »

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Used Car Scores
Overall: 7.5
Critics' Rating: 7.8
Performance: 7.7
Interior: 7.6
Cost to Own: 8.7
Safety: 8.7
Reliability: 2_5
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2011 Volvo C70

The Volvo C70 received a number of updates for 2011, and remains a nice 2011 midsize car if you’re seeking a hardtop convertible. Still, many of the ... Read full review »

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Used Car Scores
Overall: 7.4
Critics' Rating: 7.5
Performance: 7.3
Interior: 8.3
Cost to Own: 8.4
Safety: N/A
Reliability: 3_0
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2012 Volvo C70

Though critics agreed that the 2012 Volvo C70 has a high-quality interior beneath its retractable hardtop, they said it can’t match the performance of rival luxury convertibles. Read full review »

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Used Car Scores
Overall: 7.0
Critics' Rating: 7.2
Performance: 7.0
Interior: 7.6
Cost to Own: 8.5
Safety: N/A
Reliability: 2_5
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