The 10 Most Luxurious Cars ,000 Will Buy

The 10 Most Luxurious Cars $10,000 Will Buy

Luxury cars tend to depreciate rather quickly, so finding a great luxury car on the used-car market at a reasonable price has become incredibly easy. These types of vehicles often come with higher levels of comfort and safety, as well as other features and niceties you can’t find on their non-luxury counterparts. They also come with upscale interiors that utilize softer and more expensive materials such as leather, wood, and aluminum as opposed to plastic. Used luxury cars are the best way to feel rich without spending much money at all.

For less than $10,000, you can get a four-door luxury sedan that seems like it is several times more than you paid for it. So if you want a sense of opulence without breaking the bank, here are 10 luxurious cars that can be yours for just $10,000.

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10 2007 Infiniti G35

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When the G35 first came out in 2003, it was obvious Infiniti was targeting luxury buyers with the sport sedan/coupe. Offering a roomy cabin, muscular 3.5-liter V6, and foolproof safety equipment, the 2007 Infiniti G35 is a steal at $8,350. It’s also a cheaper alternative to the BMW 3 Series and 5 Series.

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The engine blasts out 306 horses, and Infiniti introduced new features like adaptive cruise control, rearview monitor, and active four-wheel steering. There are also antilock disc brakes with brake assist for additional safety.

9 2007 Mercedes-Benz E350

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The stunning 2007 Mercedes-Benz E350 comes with a luxurious interior and an unparalleled performance courtesy of its 3.5-liter V6 engine. The bold beauty of the 2007 E350 is accentuated by the roomy cabin that allows taller passengers to sit comfortably.

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The engine of the ’07 E350 puts out 268 hp and 258 lb-ft of peak torque, which is not too shabby for a luxury car that costs around $9,650 on the used-car market. Mercedes introduced a PreSafe system in the E350 to help protect occupants in the event of a crash.

8 2008 Lincoln Navigator

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The 2008 Lincoln Navigator is essentially a luxurious truck, with enough space to accommodate 8 passengers and a towing capacity of nearly 9,000 lbs. In a bid to bring back the romance of Lincoln’s glory days, the Navigator’s styling is deliberately retrogressive. The rich wood and leather-wrapped interior packs basically all standard features of a luxury sedan.

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Just like some Ford pickup trucks, the ’08 Navigator gets its power from a 5.4-liter V8 engine with an output of 300 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque. You can get a 2008 Lincoln Navigator for roughly $8,977.

Related: The Evolution Of The Lincoln Navigator

7 2010 Audi A8

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The A8 is Audi’s flagship luxury sedan, which says a lot considering how well put-together and opulent Audis are known to be. With the refined performance of the V8 engine and the polished road manners of the A8, it gives rivals like Jaguar XJ, and BMW 7-Series a run for their money.

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For just $10,000, this 2010 Audi A8 could be yours, as it makes a perfect way for pulling up to a soiree or an art gallery opening. The full-size luxury sedan’s 4.2-liter V8 shoots out 350 hp and 325 lb-ft of peak torque like it’s nothing.

6 2010 Infiniti M35

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The 2010 M35 is one of Infiniti’s largest luxury sedans with a simplistic yet head-turning design. The sumptuous leather seating, nice wood veneer trim, and sporty driving response give the 2010 M35 a chance to compete with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the Lexus GS.

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Power comes from a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that makes 303 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. The M35 luxury sedan is good for long-distance highway hauls and features standard safety technologies including stability control and high-intensity discharge lamps. Here’s a 2010 Infiniti M35 that goes for just $9,900.

5 2011 Acura RL

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The Acura RL was refreshed for 2011, with improvements to the interior tech and entertainment features. Seasoned luxury car buyers will find the conservative styling quite impressive. Its interior is whisper-quiet with ventilated leather seats with enough headroom and legroom for tall passengers.

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The performance credentials for the 2011 RL aren’t bad at all, with a high-revving V6 that cranks out 300 horses. This $9,888 2011 Acura RL is a swift touring machine that’s great for navigating open highways and curvy roads without breaking a sweat.

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4 2011 BMW 7 Series

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The 7-Series is one of the best big sedans churned out by the Bavarian automaker. With its streamlined cockpit and handsome styling, the 2011 7-Series makes previous model years feel like an ungainly rough draft.

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The 2011 7-Series comes with firm and supportive seats, as well as ample space for taller occupants. It’s not a stretch to say the fit and finish of the 2011 7-Series models rival that of a Rolls-Royce. Technophiles would find the safety technologies like blind-spot detection, automatic high-beam headlights, and lane-departure warning system quite handy. This 2011 BMW 750Li could be yours for a pocket-friendly price of $9,990.

3 2012 Lincoln MKZ

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First off, the 2012 Lincoln MKZ is just a restyled Ford Fusion with better upholstery. The big-winged grille and the Scottish leather interior set the MKZ apart from the Fusion. To put more distinctive touches on the 2012 MKZ, Lincoln introduced a large LCD screen and Bridge of Weir leather seats.

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Power delivery of the 2012 MKZ is quite seamless, with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 263 horses. Even though the $8,999 2012 Lincoln MKZ is quite compact for a luxury car, there’s enough room to accommodate five occupants, with a large cargo area for your weekend getaways.

Related: Check Out Why The Lincoln MKZ Is The Most Underrated Luxury Sedan In America

2 2012 Toyota Avalon

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If you care more about comfort and safety than performance, the Toyota Avalon is a no-brainer. Just as the Avalon offers a cushy ride, it also comes with wide front bucket seats for maximum comfort during long-distance trips.

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The rear seats are even more comfortable because they tilt backward to help relaxation and occupants have seamless access to the ginormous trunk, which you will find particularly useful during your ski weekends. This 2012 Toyota Avalon sets you back $9,988.

1 2014 Volvo S60

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Upon its release, the 2014 Volvo S60 was one of the best-looking Volvos, with a sleek interior design and sharp handling that puts it on par with midsize premium sedans like the Infiniti Q50. The wedge-shaped nose-to-tail design along with the flashy, smooth contours makes the S60 appear like it’s in motion when it’s not.

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The S60 is just about the same size as the Acura TSX, with a quiet interior that blocks out noise from the road, and wind. There’s enough headroom and legroom for six-foot occupants, and the S60 upholds Volvo’s strong reputation for safety. Find a 2014 Volvo S60 T5 for just $9,569 here.

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