"Luxury Car" is a relative term. To someone in a Third
World Country it may mean anything that runs. To the average person,
it may be a car that is a little fancier, bigger, or faster than
the regular car. But to the discerning car aficionado, luxury
relates to the futuristic designing, high quality and outstanding
Some late model pre-owned "Luxury Cars" are great bargains,
particularly when thinking in advanced engineering features. It's
possible to drive a 4 year old Mercedes, Porsche, or BMW for half
the original cost with careful shopping. The car still has the
same luxury features, high quality, and outstanding engineering
as when it was new. The car will depreciate far more slowly than
it did the first four years, and you may even sell it for as much
as you paid for it, thus in effect, driving free.
However, if you decide to purchase a new luxury car, purchase
one in which the manufacturer is showcasing new engineering innovations.
This will insure that the car remains technologically advanced
for the immediate future, and will help maintain a higher than
average re-sale value. True luxury cars are those which are not
just called luxury cars because of fancy names and more chrome
and trim packages, but are those which are truly outstanding in
all aspects including high quality and advanced technology.
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