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The luxury sedan remains the king of well-heeled wheels, but today’s luxury lineup includes a variety of vehicle types, including carefully crafted, well-appointed SUVs, hatchbacks and hybrids. There are even some smaller luxury cars available for under $30,000, offering the same dealership experience and fringe benefits as those costing six figures.



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This Week in Car Buying: Big spenders on incentives

Data comparing the amount of incentives as a percentage of a vehicle’s average transaction price compiled by Kelley Blue Book shows that the big spender on incentives is Volkswagen, as its looks to boost sales and put the diesel emission cheating scandal behind it.  The percentage of incentives to transaction prices of 17.8 Read more...


Audi V2I Tech: Traffic lights that talk to your car

How many times have you wondered when—or even if—a traffic light would finally go from red to green? There’s a pre-teen civil war heating up in the back seat, the gas gauge needle is perilously close to E, you’re running late, the seconds seem to stretch into hours, and that light remains red, as though had always been red and would never change. Audi’s Read more...


Mercedes-Benz has long been a luxury car icon. With such a long tradition usually comes conservatism, especially in design. After all, it isn’t broken why fix it? But in the 10 years that Gordon Wagener has headed Mercedes’ design department, he has sought to not only develop a cohesive design philosophy that ties the disparate model range together, but Read more...


Presenting what it claims is the most advanced headlamp system ever, Mercedes-Benz has shown a new high-definition Digital Light package. Beyond outstanding dazzle-free illumination that optimizes the shape and direction of the beams themselves, this headlight technology also incorporates digital LED lamps that serve as projectors capable of casting virtual Read more...


Rolls Royce has released photos of its first-ever SUV, which is slated to go on sale sometime in 2018. Developed as Project Cullinan and formally dubbed an “all-terrain, high-sided vehicle” by the automaker, this ultra-lux go-anywhere transporter will be based the new aluminum architecture set for use on all future Rolls-Royce offerings. Also: Class of Read more...


Barely a week after unveiling the 570S Design Editions, supercar specialist McLaren Automotive has announced another option for its Sport Series coupe. This time, the personalization is a new competition-inspired 570S Track Pack that sharpens the car’s performance without compromising its day-to-day drivability. Also: Class of 2017 – New Cars Ready to Roll Read more...


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