Top 7 Best LUXURY CARS Under 4k

Top 7 Best LUXURY CARS Under 4k


Top 7 BEST LUXURY CARS under $4,000
Just because you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a car, doesn’t mean you have to
buy something boring. Here are 7 luxury cars you can buy for less
that $4000. Make sure to stay till the end of the video
because the last one is the best! 7. 2007 Jaguar S-Type The S-Type sedan is certainly a better car
now than when it was launched in 1999. Even then we praised its beautiful exterior
and rich interior, and enthused over its sporty handling. For 2007, Jaguar has focused on interior refinement. All S-Types now come with the same grade of
leather, the premium grade. And there is no more Premium Package for the
base model because all of the features it added are now standard. Engine: 3.0LV-6
Transmission: 6-speed automatic POWER: 235 hp 6. 2003 Audi A4
The Audi A4 represents a line of fantastic sports sedans. They deliver crisp handling, a firm ride,
and a well-controlled suspension that make for a precise, high-quality driving experience. The A4 feels like it’s on rails around fast
sweepers, especially when equipped with Audi’s quattro all-wheel-drive system, one of the
world’s best. Beautifully finished interiors exude quality
and ergonomic excellence. Engine: 1.8L
Transmission: 5 speed-manual POWER: 170 hp 5. 2006 Chrysler 300 Touring The Chrysler 300 styling is distinctive, and
its interior is roomy, efficient and stylish. The instrument panel and switchgear are easy
to read and operate. Pieces of Mercedes-Benz are slipping into
Chrysler cars nowadays, and the 300C features a Mercedes-like steering wheel, leather under
an arc of wood at the top. Engine: 2.7L V6
Transmission: 4 speed-automatic POWER: 190 hp 4. 2005 Cadillac CTS
The 2005 Cadillac CTS could be called the great American sports sedan. It certainly fits that description with its
sporty handling, exhilarating acceleration and powerful braking. If you haven’t been in a Cadillac in a couple
of years, you’ll likely be surprised and impressed by this newest generation. Their names are like alphabet soup: CTS, STS,
XLR, SRX. But driving one of them confirms Cadillac
now builds world-class automobiles. Engine: 3.6L V6
Transmission: 6 speed-manual POWER: 255 hp 3. 2004 BMW 325 i This is the benchmark. The BMW 3 Series cars are the aspiration for
every automaker building a sports sedan or smaller luxury sedan. There’s a good reason for that. The 3 Series is superb. Whether it’s the standard 325i or the high-performance
M3, they are driver’s cars. Dynamically, each is outstanding: a highly
refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly. The 3 Series puts drivers in touch with the
road instead of isolating them. Driving the sedan, coupe, convertible or sport
wagon is a joy. They blend luxury and sport with high levels
of quality, making living with them joyful as well. Their interiors are well equipped and comfortable. Engine: 2.5L
Transmission: 5 speed-manual POWER: 184 hp 2. 2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK320 The second-generation Mercedes-Benz CLK now
includes a full line of convertibles. The CLK coupes and cabriolets offer comfortable,
luxurious accommodations and sporty performance. They look stunning even when sitting still,
and are a delight on the road. They sit at the head of their class for looks,
performance and passenger space. Engine: 3.2L V6
Transmission: 5 speed-automatic POWER: 215 hp
1. 2003 Mercedes-Benz ML 350 The M-Class SUV might be the Swiss Army Knife
in the Mercedes-Benz lineup. It isn’t so large that it’s cumbersome or
hard to park, but it comfortably seats five and carries plenty of stuff. As daily transportation, it doesn’t feel like
a truck, and it won’t beat its driver or passengers up. Yet it has the potential for some fairly serious
off-road adventuring, and it can tow up to 5,000 pounds. The M-Class is more than powerful enough in
any of its variations, with the safety equipment, luxury accoutrements, style and smooth finish
expected of a Mercedes-Benz. Engine: 3.2L V6
Transmission: 5 speed-automatic POWER: 215 hp

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