Best luxury cars Under $35,000
Many car shoppers think you have to get a high-end BMW or Mercedes-Benz for a luxury experience. But most drivers don't realize many luxury cars are available for $35, 000 or less. We've listed a few of our favorite budget-priced upscale models. And while they may not have the presence of cars and SUVs from the top luxury brands, you may be surprised just how many amenities are available for $35, 000 or less.
Acura's latest model is an entry-level luxury sedan called the ILX. Based on the Honda Civic, the ILX delivers premium features without a premium price tag. In fact, the front-wheel-drive sedan starts at less than $27, 000 for a base model, or $32, 000 when equipped with the Technology Package. We recommend that model, since it offers useful technology, such as a text message reader and Acura's navigation system with restaurant reviews, traffic updates and weather alerts. It also boasts leather, heated front seats and a power sunroof. Best of all, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rates the ILX's gas mileage at a thrifty 24 miles per gallon city and 35 mpg highway. Drivers who want more power than the base model's 150 horsepower can even step up to the ILX 2.4, which uses the 201-hp 4-cylinder from the sporty Civic Si.
Our $35, 000 budget is enough for the top-level Premium trim of Buick's new compact Verano luxury sedan. In fact, the Verano Premium starts at $30, 000 with shipping, leaving much room for options. Then again, most drivers won't need to spend the extra money, since the Verano Premium comes loaded. Standard equipment includes Buick's IntelliLink infotainment system, dual-zone automatic climate control and a proximity key with push-button starting. Options include navigation for 5 and a power sunroof for 0. The Verano Premium is also a good buy thanks to its new 250-hp turbocharged engine, which launches the sedan to 60 miles per hour in 6.3 seconds. Despite the power, fuel economy remains a respectable 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway.
Chevrolet's popular Equinox crossover offers luxury-car features in its high-end LTZ trim level. Starting around $32, 000, the Equinox LTZ easily fits into our budget. But we recommend adding GM's optional 301-hp 3.6-liter V6, which provides smooth power in all situations. Drivers won't need many other options, since the Equinox LTZ is so well equipped. Examples include such aesthetic features as 17-inch alloy wheels and bright chrome trim. But the Equinox LTZ also uses a reversing camera, a remote starter, automatic climate control and Chevrolet's MyLink infotainment system with a full color touchscreen.
The Titanium trim is Ford's top-level version of the newly redesigned Fusion midsize sedan. Titanium models start around $31, 000, which is a good deal considering their long list of luxury features. Such items include handsome 18-in alloy wheels, a proximity key, a remote starter, leather and heated front seats. Also included is Ford's SYNC infotainment system with a center-mounted MyFord Touch screen. And since there's still money left over for options, drivers can add navigation for $795, a hands-free parallel parking system for $895 and a $1, 200 driver assist package, which boasts Ford's rear cross-traffic alert system and blind spot detection.
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