A well-optioned Honda Accord can easily push $40,000, but several models from luxury brands come in way below that price.
The cheapest offerings from Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Volvo, Cadillac, and Lexus all cost less than $35,000.
The most affordable Tesla will run you less than $40,000, while the cheapest Porsche — the Macan crossover — retails for slightly more than $50,000.
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A luxurious ride from an upscale brand like Mercedes, BMW, or Audi may not cost as much as you think — in fact, the cheapest car from each of those manufacturers will run you less than an optioned-out Honda Accord or Toyota Camry.
Or, if you’re in the market for something less German, the most affordable Lexus, Acura, Cadillac, Volvo, and Infiniti models all retail for less than the price of the average new car in the US, which Kelley Blue Book found to be almost $39,000.
Those with a bit more money to burn might opt for the Macan, Porsche’s cheapest model, which costs about half as much as the company’s flagship sports car, the 911.
Here are 18 luxury cars that won’t break the bank, listed in order of MSRP.
GMC Canyon: $22,200
The GMC Canyon is GMC’s take on the Chevrolet Colorado, and thus offers fancier options down the line. The 2020 Canyon can easily trail into the $50,000 range.
Acura ILX: $25,900
The 2020 ILX’s highest trim level starts at $29,750.
Lexus UX: $32,300
The 2020 UX’s highest trim level starts at $39,700.
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