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10 Best Ranked Luxury Cars of 2018 | CarMax10 Best Ranked Luxury Cars of 2018 | CarMax

In many luxury cars, every journey becomes an event; think crisp sound systems, voice-control capability, and massaging seats. Road trips become distinctly more civilized when golf clubs and luggage stow away smoothly and available Wi-Fi hotspot keeps your passengers happily connected.1

If you're in the market for a little luxury, take a look at our list of the 10 best luxury cars for 2020 shoppers, based on CarMax sales data on vehicles with average sales prices over $35,000, from June 1, 2019 through November 30, 2019.2

  1. Mercedes-Benz S550
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Mercedes-Benz S-Class S550 | CarMax
  2. Audi A7
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Audi A7 | CarMax
  3. Mercedes-Benz E300
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Mercedes-Benz E-Class E300 | CarMax
  4. BMW 750
    Luxury Cars Ranked: 2016 BMW 7 series 750i | CarMax
  5. Cadillac CT6
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Cadillac CT6 | CarMax
  6. Porsche Panamera
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Porsche Panamara | CarMax
  7. Jaguar F-type
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Jaguar F-type | CarMax
  8. Mercedes-Benz E400
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Mercedes-Benz e400 | CarMax
  9. Audi A8
    Luxury Cars Ranked: Audi A8 | CarMax
  10. BMW 740
    Luxury Cars Ranked: BMW 740e | CarMax

The Mercedes-Benz S550 sits at the top of our list. The 2017 model features two engine options (a 4.7L V8 biturbo on the base S550 and a 3.0L hybrid on the S550e). From there you have the choice of seven optional packages so you'll be able to find the right S550 for your needs.

All sixth-generation (2014 to present) S550s include standard dual-zone automatic climate control and the Burmester® Surround Sound System. For an engaging drive, you'll want to consider the Cadillac CT6, which was first introduced in 2016. There are four trims to choose from, with a wide range of features across each. If a high-end experience is what you're after, choose the 2019 Platinum model that comes with 15-setting massaging front seats.

Audi also claims two spots on our list. The four-door A7 was first introduced in 2010, with a face-lifted model introduced for the 2015 model year, advancing the car's connectivity features as well as some style and performance tweaks.

If you're after a little more space, take a look at the Audi A8—the full-size luxury car offering—which is currently in its fourth generation. (2017 to present).

With a wide range of standard features and luxury options available across these sedans, coupes, and convertibles, you're bound to find the car that's right for you.

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1Wi-Fi hotspots require a data plan to activate and may also require a compatible device. See the owner's manual or manufacturer website for more information.
2Based on prices on carmax.com from June 1, 2019 through November 30, 2019. Actual prices may vary based on your selected model year, features and trim packages. Prices do not include taxes, tags, titles, and any applicable fees.
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