Whether you’re looking at the new Lexus RX 350 or a nice Escalade for sale, knowing what your options are and how they’re different are important.
Brand New Luxury Cars Side-by-Side
Many companies produce brand new luxury cars, so there are many different models and designs from which to choose. Featured below are some of the more common and diverse options currently offered.
Lexus is the pure luxury brand division of Toyota. Even their high-performance F series range can’t escape the quality interior and styling that’s made this brand famous. If it’s a performance coupe that you want, you can’t go wrong with the RC F. With a 467 hp 5.0 liter V8 engine, the RC F doesn’t lack in power, and with a digital gauge cluster, stitched leather seats, remote touchpad and a touchscreen display on the interior, you’ll be sitting in comfort while you rocket to 60 mph in under 4.5 seconds. Starting at a price of $72,500 is the LS 460--part of the top-of-the-line Lexus luxury sedans. This car comes with a 4.6 liter V8 engine and features an interior that would make your living room jealous. It comes with all-leather seats, infrared monitored four-zone climate control, surround sound audio system with front and rear controls, wood-trimmed steering wheel, miniature refrigerator unit, and optional wood and leather trimmed rear seat console. If you need something larger than a car but not quite the size of a full SUV, then perhaps a new Lexus RX 350 is the one for you. With a list price of $43,000, you’ll find many of the same features as you can in their sedans with some additional touches, such as dual flat-screen rear-seat entertainment system and a bird's eye 360 degree camera view of the exterior of the car to see blind spots. If you’d prefer a full-size SUV, Lexus has you covered as well, with their $90,000 LX model which provides a larger engine, more interior space and a full-time all-wheel drive system.
Features and Prices for Audi Cars
When you are seeking a luxury vehicle, prices for Audi cars are spread across the board, from the A3 at $31,000 all the way up to the A8 L at $82,500. The A8 comes with leather seats, wooden trim inlays, panoramic sunroof, four-zone climate control with both front and rear control panels,and four 12V power outlets. You will also find it’s been fitted with 18-way powered front seats, a Bose surround sound system, an SD slot, voice-activated satellite navigation system and a 7" color touchscreen display device. The Q7 is the pinnacle of Audi SUV luxury, and at just $49,000, it’s well priced. It comes with leather seats, three-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, ambient interior lighting and a total of 10 cup holders. It also features three rows of seating, including a third row that can be folded electronically to provide additional storage space with the press of a button. With the Q7, you can find all the luxury you need from an SUV that can fit seven passengers comfortably and sits in the middle of the range of prices for Audi cars.
The Cadillac CT6 was declared luxury car of the year in 2016 by Digital Trends Car Awards, and this $54,000 car sure has earned it. With its all leather, contoured seats and ample leg room, you and your passengers are guaranteed to remain comfortable regardless of the duration of your drive. The surround sound system ensures that your radio and music is crisp and clear from every seat in the car. Other features include remote start, rear cross-traffic alert system, and an optional rear seat entertainment package which provides two 10" articulated flat-screens, remote controls, and wireless headphones. If you are seeking the largest and most luxurious SUV that money can buy, then you should look for an Escalade for sale. At just over $73,000, you too can purchase an SUV that has won multiple awards from Consumer Guide, US News & World Report, and many others. The Escalade features hand-finished leather seats and a power-folding third row of seats that, when folded, can provide up to 121 cubic feet of storage--that’s as much storage space as some vans! You’ll also be treated to a projected head-up display, climate controlled seats, 12.3" configurable gauge cluster and a 16-speaker Bose surround sound system. The inside is also large enough to accommodate up to eight passengers comfortably.
Rounding off the list of brand new luxury cars is the S class from Mercedes-Benz. Starting at $96,600, Mercedes’ flagship luxury sedan is sure to excite everyone, from the young thrill-seeker to the company executive who prefers to be driven instead. When it comes to performance, the S class can be fitted with an array of biturbo V6, V8, or V12 engines, many of which can be enhanced by Mercedes’ new 9-speed transmission. It also features an advanced all-wheel drive system specially designed to allocate torque to whichever wheel needs it the most depending on the terrain, your speed and your direction. On the inside, you'll find features such as dual 12.3" screens that function as your gauge cluster, satellite navigation and other display options, all controlled by a console-mounted touchpad. The S class also offers you the ability to sync your car with your phone and your computer so you can access diagnostics, statistics and car functions--such as remote starting and locking status--remotely. It is said that the S class is a good indicator of the features of the future, and this model sure does paint a wonderful future in motoring. Mercedes-Benz produces the GLS for those who want the performance and luxury that has become synonymous with the badge but the capability of seating seven adults. It has a power-folding rear row of seats, and when combined with the 60/40 split second row, the GLS is capable of almost 94 cubic feet of storage. For additional features, it takes many of the highlights of the S class but adds some additional safety sensors and cameras, and it has an 8" central screen designed to handle entertainment, vehicle settings and other display options. For backseat entertainment, it has flat screens built into the back of the front headrests, each equipped with several inputs, a DVD player and a remote control. As a family vehicle, the GLS has all angles covered; it’s as though Mercedes-Benz designed an interactive movie theater and attached four wheels and a motor to it. You can get all of this for just under $69,000.