Pamper yourself in these luxurious sedans.
Today’s luxury cars are packed with available amenities that were unheard of just one generation ago.
Plush, leather seats that heat and cool at the touch of a button. In-dash nav systems that point you to the closest fueling station. All-wheel drive. Seat massagers. Parking-assist cameras. The list goes on.
There are plenty of luxury cars that won’t break your budget. You can often get more luxury features with the purchase of an older luxury model for the same price as a basic, new car.
Here are our top 10 ranked luxury cars, based on sales from November 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018.
- BMW 328
- Mercedes-Benz C300
- Lexus ES 350
- Chrysler 300
- Infiniti Q50
- Mercedes-Benz E350
- Lexus IS 250
- Infiniti G37
- Cadillac ATS
- Cadillac CTS
There are lots of options here — some of the particular trims and model years below may give you the luxury you’re looking for.
If you’re looking for an extra dose of luxury in your luxury car, take a look at sedans like the 2016 Mercedes-Benz E350. It’s available with advanced goodies like automated parking, auto cruise control and — wait for it — seat massagers for the driver and front passenger.
For the distinctive-interior crowd, there are luxury cars that give you a high-style kick; if you’re one of these drivers, and you’ve got an eye out for luxury, check out the cars like the 2015 Lexus ES 350 Crafted Line. There’s plenty of real wood and contrasting seat stitching in the cabin in this trim, plus ambient lighting in the doors and lots of natural light coming in through two moonroofs.
The 2015 Mercedes C300 looks sharp inside, too, with a leather and suede interior, heated and cooled front seats, and a tunable suspension that lets you switch to “comfort” for an extra-smooth ride.
And, if you want a high-performance luxury car, you definitely have choices. Specifically, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V gives you 640 supercharged horsepower — it’ll move you and four passengers down the road plenty quick.
The other Caddy on this list is no slowpoke, either — a 2016 Cadillac ATS-V coupe comes with a twin-turbo, 464-hp engine and an optional six-speed manual transmission.
The 2013 Infiniti G37 Sport is a two-door rocket with a six-speed manual transmission and 330 hp under the hood. This model is also available as a luxury convertible with a hardtop that retracts into the trunk in a matter of seconds.
And finally, there’s the 2016 Chrysler 300 C Platinum, which gives you a 5.7L, Hemi®-powered V8 luxury car that’s good for 363 hp.
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