A portable chair or covered vehicle for carrying a single person, -- usually borne on poles by two men. Called also sedan chair.
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A closed, fixed-roof car for four or more passengers with either two or four doors. (Called saloon in U.K.)
Alternative name for Saloon.
a car that is closed and that has front and rear seats and two or four doors
a closed litter for one passenger
a car with a back seat, where the back seats passsengers have more of less the same room as the front seat passengers
a closed body with two or four doors and two cross seats and usually accommodates five or six people
a four door and a coupe is a two door
a fully enclosed four door automobile
a nice looking car with the right stance
The U.S. term for the British saloon. A closed car with 2 or 4 doors for 4 or more passengers. Database visitor, Harry Tresoor, mentioned correctly the town of Sedan, in France, where the carrying-chair was invented, circa 1650. The relation with car terminology is not certain ...unless you add 4 wheels and an engine to a so-called sedan chair
a closed automobile having two- or four-doors. Photo
As used by Car and Driver, the term "sedan" refers to a fixed-roof car with at least four doors or any fixed-roof two-door car with at least 33 cubic feet of rear interior volume, according to measurements based on SAE standard J1100.
A closed-roof passenger car with four doors and a trunk for carrying cargo, or a similar two-door car with at least 33 cubic feet of rear interior space.
4 door vehicle
A sedan car, American English terminology (saloon in British English), is one of the most common body styles of the modern automobile. At its most basic, the sedan is a passenger car with two rows of seats and adequate passenger space in the rear compartment for adult passengers. The vehicle has a separate trunk (boot in British English), for luggage at the rear.