Coco Chanel said it best. “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.”
We all want to be comfortable at home, but why can’t that comfort extend to our cars?
Cars are becoming more and more comfortable with each passing year, so we’ve picked 5 of the top luxury cars for 2019 to suit all budgets.
Top Luxury Cars
We’ve picked a cross-section of mid-sized luxury cars that will make you feel like royalty as you’re driving along. The cars we’ve featured demonstrate the very best in modern comfort, luxury, and refinement. Whether new or used, be sure to get your car regularly serviced to keep it on the road and in great condition, no matter how luxurious.
2019 Lexus ES – from $39,600
While this might be the cheapest car on our list, don’t be fooled. Luxury is quite literally in the name with the Lexus ES. Their models range from ES 350 to the fully equipped ES 350 ULTRA LUXURY.
The ULTRA LUXURY model (starting at $45,060) features a kick sensor powered trunk, rain-sensitive wipers, and a wood-trimmed steering wheel. You can pick up your new or used Lexus ES from professional dealers like South Bay Lexus.
2019 Audi S3 – from $44,500
The German automotive industry is a series of bywords for reliability and steadfastness. However, with the 2019 Audi S3, you can add luxury to that list of nouns.
The S3’s 2.0-liter engine develops 288 bhp and gives it a top speed of 155mph. However, with a 7-speed gearbox, the ride at high speeds will be quiet, refined and better for fuel economy.
The Prestige model comes with parking assist, adaptive cruise control, and a 14-speaker sound system. With 29mpg on the highway, which beats out the average for modern cars, you can expect your gas money to go further too.
2019 Volvo S90 – from $47,350
Volvo, as a car maker, is 91 years old. If nothing else they certainly have experience on their side. If we’re honest, not many of the cars they’ve produced in those 91 years have been much to write home about.
That all changes with the launch of the Volvo S90, however. Being inside of an S90 is like sitting inside of a comfortable stately home.
But this car is by no means an antique. The S90 has a full, modern heads-up display, a heated steering wheel and front seats that remember your perfect driving position and adjust automatically. In addition, the S90 has powered lumbar support for the front seats, to further increase its comfort factor.
2019 Genesis G90 – from $69,350
The Genesis G90 is the most expensive gasoline-powered car we’re featuring on our list. The price tag might seem hefty, but it’s with good reason.
The G90 features, among other things, a rear-passenger entertainment system with central control console, a back-lit analog clock, and power soft-close doors.
With adjustable ambient lighting and a 22-way adjustable driver seat, the G90 may be the most comfortable car we’ve featured today. It even features a Genesis lamp which projects a light onto the ground as you approach the car. This is designed to prevent you from stepping in any puddles and muddying your loafers.
2019 Tesla Model S – from $74,500
One for you forward-thinkers out there, the Tesla Model S is the eco-friendly, all-electric alternative to the other cars on this list.
But don’t let the lack of a petrol engine fool you. The Tesla Model S is no slouch. The 779 bhp electric motor produces enough juice to accelerate the Model S from 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds, and on to a top speed of 155 mph.
The interior of the Model S is almost space age. There is no engine, so the space in the front is extended forwards. The heads-up display features two screens, including a 17-inch touch screen in the center console.
The Model S includes the option of an expansive glass roof and noise suppression, Tesla state, equal to that of a recording studio. The Model S also filters air through a HEPA filtration system which is great news for you allergy sufferers.
The Last Word in Luxury
Cars, in fact, all vehicles, are getting more comfortable, more powerful and more eco-friendly. These are the top luxury cars you can buy in 2019, but who knows what you’ll be able to buy in 10 years’ time.
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