Believe it or not, luxury does exist outside the walls of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi. Many of the other options are less expensive and still exemplify the lavishness of a luxury vehicle. Plus, they’ll help you stand out in a sea of 3 Series on your way to work.
2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
Known for getting the most out of your buck, Hyundai gets easily overlooked when it comes to their premium midsize model. Heated leather seats, navigation system and proximity key entry all come standard for a starting price of $42,950.
2014 Buick LaCrosse
A standard 8″ information display is customizable to the driver along with an 8 way power seat. There’s no need to hop in a frozen car either, the LaCrosse comes equipped with a remote vehicle starter system that will preheat (or cool) the cabin area before you even get in. Starts at $33,635.
2014 Toyota Avalon
The Avalon generously supplies plenty of features for the base price of $31,340. A dual zone automatic climate control, backup camera, rear window defogger with timer and LED tail lights are all pre-installed and ready to go. If you feel the need to get fancy, heated rear seats are available on the Limited trim.
2015 Acura TLX
Acura’s mashup of the TL and TSX generated their all new TLX. As expected, it comes with a multi-use display which includes a wide angle rear camera and hands free calls and texts. The power moonroof is ideal for summer and winter weather is no battle with heated seats throughout the entire car. Starting at $30,995.
2014 Infiniti Q50
Cranking out an impressive 328-hp from Infiniti’s V6, the Q50 is well rounded. All trims are equipped with an Infiniti Drive Mode which allows the driver to drive in Standard, Sport, Snow, Eco or Personal mode. Infiniti has included LED lights all around the interior and exterior as well as Scratch Shield paint to protect your new baby. Starting at $37,150.
The choice is yours – will you blend in with an industry’s favorite or stand out with an underdog? Begin your decision now with Tred!