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Top Four Luxury Dream Cars For The Summer

 

Driven: 2010 BMW 750Li

Driven: 2010 BMW 750Li

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Lexus ES350
Lexus has always been known for manufacturing luxurious vehicles that are reliable and dependable. The ES350 isn’t any different but unlike many of their other vehicles, this luxury sedan is quite affordable, similarly priced to many sporty sedans on the market at around $35,000.BMW 7-Series
Since the 1970s, BMW has upheld the values that the 7-series stood on, a high-end luxury sedan that had a sleek look but didn’t handle like a roadster. Even though it might not have tight steering, the 7-series can push some serious power, maxing out at more than 400 horsepower while still leaving passengers with an enjoyable smooth ride.

Mercedes-Benz S550
One of the most expensive luxury sedans on the market, the Mercedes-Benz S550 is what some say is the most impressive luxury vehicle on the market today. The current model was released in 2004 and has proven to be a force to be reckoned. Even with a hefty price tag and ridiculous auto insurance premiums, Mercedes-Benz has still sold more than 270,000 vehicles in the last six years. After six years on the market, it’s only been modified once due to its ability to withstand time.

Lexus LS460
Built to be one of the most jaw dropping sedans in the automotive industry, Lexus created a quiet and comfortable vehicle that could still put you on the back of your seat if needed. The amount of torque that pushes the vehicle's acceleration is simply jaw dropping, and yet the LS 460 still gets reasonable fuel economy.



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