Luxury Car Guide for Buyers

Entry Level Luxury Cars

This is where the luxury car experience starts. Cars in this range boast high levels of technology, comfort and drive ability.

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Chevrolet Cruze:

There’s no refuting that it’s a stunning looking car. And, about a year ago, Chevrolet gave the Cruze a mid-life facelift and rather than change the car visually, it tweaked the engine to be more powerful, refined and also fuel efficient. Power is now at a massive 164 bhp! It is a perfect highway cruiser and the interiors are also striking to look at. You also get a long list of equipment. Rear seat space is quite poor though.

Volkswagen Jetta:

This beautifully engineered car has styling that is quite understated. The cabin is hard-to-fault and if you pay attention to details you will notice that build quality is easily the best in class. The seats are spacious and comfort is brilliant. It lacks a bit in the equipment department and the steep price is a downer compared to the competitors.

Hyundai Elantra:

The Hyundai Elantra is easily the best looking car in its class. You get a long list of equipment including cooled front seats, a spacious cabin and also a very competitive price tag. Also it’s easy to drive in traffic and decent on the highway too. Though it is a tad bouncy at high speeds.

Renault Fluence:

The Fluence was Renault’s first car in India and it has been improved a few months back. There is a slight bump in the power and much lesser turbo lag. Also, a few equipment have also been added.

Executive Level Luxury Cars

These cars typically start from the Rs. 20 lac bracket and come with loads of features and luxurious cabins. Ideal for people who like to be chauffeur driven.

Honda Accord:

What you get is a car that feels like a proper luxury saloon. The lounge like rear seats add to the limo-like feel. It is quite well equipped and in the city traffic it drives brilliantly. However, the soft suspension does make the car a bit pitchy on the highway and the lack of a diesel engine is an issue.

Skoda Superb:

The reason that the Superb is so appealing is that it feels a class higher. The performance is brilliant and has the tech and luxury of more expensive cars. There are no cheap bits on the car which makes a world of a difference.

Volkswagen Passat:

The Passat is VW’s flagship saloon in India. In typical German fashion the interiors are faultless and it is packed to the teeth like a space shuttle. And the car parks itself!! Although not competitively priced against rivals, the extra cash spent is well worth it.

Hyundai Sonata:

The Hyundai’s new Sonata is positively stunning. The equipment list is generous and the cabin is quite spacious and comfortable. Indians appreciate value for money and this car is exactly that.

Big on size, presence, value and luxury!

Audi A6:

The new Audi A6 is almost everything luxury car buyers in India could ask for. It comes with a class leading diesel motor that is powerful and incredibly refined. Interior appointments could embarrass a luxury suite and a comfortable ride.

BMW 5 series:

The 5 series is BMW’s softer, more level headed take on luxury cars. The 530d comes loaded with power if you looking to drive the car yourself. In case it’s primarily chauffer driven 520d is an excellent choice.

Mercedes E-Class

It is Mercedes best seller and is a prefect blend of old world charm and modern tech. It is not the quietest cabin around but the features and options list has grown quite substantially. With the new look it is now appealing to the younger buyers as well.

Jaguar XF:

The XF isn’t the cheapest car in its segment but you get your money’s worth. The XF looks like a sports car stuck in a saloons body and the performance complements the striking design. Overall, it’s an accomplished alternative to the German trio.

Volvo S80:

The car is a bit long in the tooth which is evident from its understated design. The interiors are top-notch and safety levels are outstanding, but the cabin does feel outdated. Also ride and handling isn’t the best. It scores well on the rear seat comfort has one of the airiest cabins around.

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