Buying a so-called luxury car is a luxury well worth the cost. Although prestige is part of the package, it is not the only selling point. Here are five reasons why a luxury car is worth the extra expense.https://caosmagazine.com/why-do-you-pay-different-prices-for-different-luxury-car-services/ offers excellent info on this.
Luxury cars often include more safety features than their standard counterparts; this translates into better crash-test results. In fact, nearly fifty percent of the vehicles chosen as superior safety picks by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety are priced over $30,000. Acura 2017 models will include blind spot information, Acura navigation system with a 3D view, and SIRI eyes free as well as a host of other standard safety features.
Superior Customer Service.
Luxury dealerships take care of not only their cars but also the people that own them. Loaner cars, extended warranties, roadside assistance, special discounts and deals are just some of the perks working with such a dealership. Unlike many standard dealership’s, whose goal is to sell the most cars, luxury dealership’s goal is to make customers for life.
State of the art technology.
Historically, luxury cars have offered the best in safety features and entertainment technology. These features start in luxury cars long before the options trickle down to the masses. In the Acura 2017 models, you can get everything from 18″ aluminum wheels and pedals, 8-speed dual clutch transmission, Jewel Eye LED headlights, iPod interface, and at least a 5″ display.
Comfort and Beauty.
Owners of luxury cars appreciate increased car comfort and interior, whether they are on a cross-country drive or just heading to the local grocery store. The 2017 Acura RDX, for example, is more luxurious than ever before. The cabin has been redesigned to offer more room for passengers and storage. Heated leather seats are extremely comfortable, and the leather provides a new modern, sleek design. What better way to commute after a long day of work.
For the fourth year in a row, Edmunds.com has placed Acura as the top Luxury brand in its Best Retained Value Awards. In 2015 for example, Acura has a projected five-year residual value of 46.9 percent.
While a brand new car may not be the best idea, there is something about buying something that no one else has owned. I’ll be nice and assume you are not susceptible to the ‘cool factor.’ Maybe you have decided that your budget would allow you to buy a new average car or a used luxury car. This is where things can get tough, and you need to do some very thorough research on the exact make model and year of the used car. If the car was made in the last decade, it likely contains computer chips and requires a level of service that is far beyond the reach of the driveway mechanic.