When you spend extra money for an upscale vehicle, you want it to be reliable in addition to technologically advanced, opulently outfitted, and extraordinaire in terms of spectacle.
People sometimes equate luxury to complexity. More glamour. More glitz. More stuff. But luxury also equates to simpleness, making your life lighter and simpler so that you can maximize your time focusing on what matters the most to you.
2017 BMW three Series
BMW’s most popular model is the three Series, which is suggested as a sedan, station wagon, and a 5-door hatchback called the Gran Turismo. For the two thousand seventeen model year, fresh turbocharged 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines debut, minor styling and trim upgrades are made, and a fresh version of the iDrive infotainment system is installed. The performance-tuned M3 sedan gains a standard adaptive damping suspension.
2017 Lexus ES
Based on the Toyota Avalon platform, the plush Lexus ES is a large car carrying an entry-luxury price tag. Suggested with a choice inbetween the V-6 engine and a gas-electric drivetrain, the Lexus ES adds a long list of driver-assistance and collision-avoidance systems as standard equipment for 2017, as well as a connected navigation app.
2017 Lexus GS
However similar in size to the Lexus ES, the Lexus GS is a rear-drive vehicle that is available with optional all-wheel drive. Turbocharged 4-cylinder, V-6, and gas-electric hybrid drivetrains are suggested, and Lexus also sells a high-performance GS F variant with a V-8 engine. For 2017, numerous driver-assistance and collision-avoidance systems become standard, and the GS F gains a standard adaptive suspension.
2017 Lexus LS
One of the oldest flagship luxury sedans on the market, the Lexus LS is available in regular- and extended-length wheelbases, with a V-8 engine or a gas-electric hybrid powertrain, and with rear- or all-wheel drive. An F Sport version aims to give the LS a sportier appearance and improved driving dynamics. In its final year before a complete—and overdue—redesign, the Lexus LS is unchanged.
2017 Lincoln Continental
Lincoln’s rebooted Continental, a midsize luxury car that serves as the company’s flagship model, makes the reliability list on the strength of overall spectacle of all Lincoln models over time. Distinguished by hidden door treats and Bentley-esque styling, the Continental introduced a fresh look that will expand to all Lincoln models. The Continental is suggested with front-wheel or all-wheel drive and a choice inbetween a V-6 engine and two, twin-turbocharged V-6 engines.
2017 Lincoln MKZ
Lincoln’s MKZ is almost as large as the Continental, but doesn’t cost as much. Available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive, the MKZ can be fitted with a turbocharged 4-cylinder, twin-turbocharged 6-cylinder, or a gas-electric hybrid drivetrain. Wearing the fresh Lincoln face introduced on the Continental, the MKZ received a thorough refresh for the two thousand seventeen model year.
2017 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
The least expensive Mercedes-Benz model aside from the Metris commercial van, the CLA-Class is a sedan with a swept-back roofline, permitting the company to characterize the car as a coupe. Suggested with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine in standard and AMG spectacle states of tune, the CLA-Class comes with front-wheel or all-wheel drive. For 2017, the CLA-Class received a freshening that included styling updates as well as fresh technologies.
2017 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
Similar to the CLA-Class, the CLS-Class is a sedan that is marketed as a coupe. Mercedes-Benz sells the car with a V-6 or a V-8 engine and rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. An AMG-tuned version called the AMG CLS63 is also available, tooled with a hand-built V-8 engine. This year, the CLS400 model gets a fresh 9-speed automatic transmission.
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