Picture this: It’s Christmas morning. Your significant other takes you downstairs, asking you to close your eyes before they open the door. You do so. They take you outside into the morning frost, then ask you to open your eyes.
A brand new car sits in your driveway, topped by an enormous red ribbon. Nothing quite sells the Christmas spirit like that!
If you’re begging for Santa to bring you a fancy new car for Christmas, these are the 5 best luxury car brands you’ll want to carry with you into 2021.
Mercedes-Benz cars, especially their S-Class, have been famous status symbols since their debut in 1903. Between their sleek design, interiors fit for a king, and top of the line safety and comfort features, who could ask for more from a luxury car?
Their most recent foray into the S-Class from 2020 gets an average combined city and highway 23mpg (64mpg for hybrid or electric models) and has many assist features designed to help you park and drive with utmost comfort and security.
If you ever find your new Mercedes in need of repair, visit a Mercedes service centre for help!
Porches are considered the king of luxury car brands. They have captivated our cultural imagination for decades, making many prime appearances in film, such as the Porsche 928 in Tom Cruise’s 1983 film Risky Business. Though Porsche has axed the 928, rumors abound of it making a comeback, so keep your eyes and ears peeled.
Almost every Porsche 718 or 911 model comes kitted with the maker’s proprietary Porsche Doppelkupplung (or PDK) transmission, which makes your gear-shifting experience as smooth as possible.
“Your partner got you one ring. Mine bought me four!”
If you’ve ever seen this boast on social media, you know how much Audi means to our car culture. Even the video game industry got in on the fun, with a special Audi R8 created and sold as a merchandising tie-in for Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV.
So, why buy an Audi aside from its prestige? Performance. Audi’s dynamic steering is like no other brand on the market.
Elon Musk is often touted as a modern-day savior for the automotive industry due to his car company Tesla’s conviction about bringing the art and science of driving forward. Every single Tesla vehicle is either an electric-only or a hybrid, which will help reduce your carbon footprint.
Helping the environment doesn’t have to come at the expense of looking cool, as each Tesla is outfitted with many sleek screens and very few buttons that need pressing.
Whether you call it a “bimmer”, a “beemer”, or a “beamer”, chances are, you’ve heard of BMW. BMWs, while sometimes thought to be difficult to repair, are one of the best vehicles on the market in terms of maintaining their value. If well-maintained, they can perform well for far longer than other luxury vehicles of the same price.
What Luxury Car Brands Do You Want for Christmas?
The five brands we discussed above barely scratch the surface of the available luxury car brands on the market. Hopefully, these give you some ideas of the best cars to bring with you into the new year.
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