Luxury Sedans Which One Should You Be Driving? by:Jim R Myers
With economies all over the world struggling from the recession automakers are desperate to unload their excess inventory
. The luxury car market is one of the hardest hit by the recession making now the time to scoop up amazing deals on a new or used luxury car. There are three cars that rank at the top of the luxury car market the Audi A6, Mercedes E class and the BMW 5 series. All of which are offering great incentives such as zero money down, zero percent interest, and base invoice pricing.
The Audi A6 can be easily over looked by any one in the luxury car market. But it is worth a test drive and closer inspection. It has one of the most appealing interiors of any luxury car, one of the highest safety scores, handles beautifully and with the all-[new supercharged V6 plenty of power. It sells competitively for forty five to sixty thousand dollars and gets a respectable 18 mpg city and 27 mpg highway.
The Mercedes E class is the number one best seller in the luxury class sedan. Mercedes has been building luxury cars for over sixty years and now stands at the top of the mountain with the E class. The E class gives you everything you should expect in a luxury sedan safety, reliability, luxurious interior and great performance. The one thing that E class gets shaky reviews for is the reliability, which can be a little disconcerting considering the high price to repair.
The BMW 5 series is the German answer to the consumer that does not just want a luxury sedan but a little bit of a sports car too. No other luxury sedan in its class is more fun to drive around the winding road or through down town. There are a few cars in its class that have more horsepower or a bigger engine but none have the refinement of the 5 series. Share:
If you decide on a new model the base invoice price should be your goal price rite now. The base invoice price is what the dealership pays the automaker for the vehicle and under any other circumstances would not be a realistic price. If you decide on a used model make sure to bring along a mechanic to inspect it before you buy. A small payment of one hundred dollars could save you a ton of money in repairs months, weeks or even days after you buy.