Although the models mentioned by the OP are those in the lower-priced range, he/she did not give us an indication of whether a new car or a used car is on the agenda. So...here are my thoughts on this issue:
Generally speaking the smaller, lower-priced cars will have smaller, higher-revving engines which tend to be noisy, and they will have less sound-deadening material added to stifle road noise. If the car has a CVT, the revving and engine noise may be more pronounced. If the budget allows, the larger models from the same companies (Mazda 6, Chevy Malibu) will be far quieter than their smaller stablemates.
Also, traditionally, Honda models have had more road noise than their competitors, despite being very good cars overall. However, the newest Civic and Accord models have been noted for being much quieter than Hondas of even one year ago.
So, if the OP is looking for a new car, he/she should look at Hondas as well as the aforementioned marques.