Experience the ultimate in luxury with us! We’ve put together a list of the best cars you can buy for less than $150k. These cars are a mix of luxury and performance, and they redefine what it means to drive in style. Inside, you’ll find high-quality materials and state-of-the-art tech that will meet your every need. These cars are the epitome of what it means to be a car lover. Come join us as we explore the world of luxury cars, where quality meets performance.
Aston Martin Vantage
the all-new Aston Martin V8 Vantage is not only one of the sportiest cars on the market, but it’s also one of the cheapest, starting at just under $145k with options. All-in-all, it’s no wonder it’s one of the most entertaining cars on the market. When the new model year rolled around, Aston made some changes to the car to give it a bit more power on the track, but it’s still really fun to drive, and it’ll light up the tires if its driver wants it to. If you’re looking for a track day car that doubles as a grand tourer, you can’t go wrong with this one.
With a base price of just under $150k,
That’s not to say it’s easy to drive, though, as the V8 engine puts out 503 horsepower
502 lb-ft between the front and rear wheels.
After years of declining sales, Jaguar appears to have finally found the right formula for the new F-Type, dropping the underwhelming 4-cylinder and mid-spec 6-cylinder engines from the range, leaving only the supercharged 6.0L V8 engine. The result is a car that’s more fun to drive on the road than ever before, and its refined yet engaging driving experience will make long-haul road trips a cinch. The F-Type is more GT-focused than many of its competitors, and it’s not as nimble on the track as it is on the road. But on back roads and motorways, it’s a joy to drive and one of the best cars in its price range.
When the new BMW M4 was announced, most of the focus was on its controversial styling. That’s a shame because the new M4 is a better driver’s car than ever before. It improves on the already excellent formula that earned the M4 and M3 such great reviews. Like many of the vehicles featured here, the M4’s main selling point is that it’s both a daily driver and a track day toy – and it’s just as good at both. Starting at just under $73,000 on the base-spec model.
The Sopra’s BMW equivalent, the Z4, is just as fun to drive as the Supra, and it’s a significant improvement over the previous-gen Z4. The Z4 isn’t as nimble as the Supra thanks to its more refined, controlled handling, but it’ll light up your tires when you put the pedal to the floor.
The top-of-the-line M40i is powered by a twin-turbo, inline-six engine that cranks out 382 horsepower and 382 pound-feet of torque
That’s enough power to get the Z4 going from 0-60 in 3.7 seconds, and it doesn’t let you down in terms of comfort or handling.
Porsche 718 Cayman
Cayman has evolved into one of the best sports cars on the market in terms of handling. It’s a joy both on the track and on the road, with just the right balance of grip and power. While the Porsche 911 is undoubtedly the more impressive of the two, you could argue that the Cayman is better in terms of handling and, for some, value for money. The Cayman GT 4.0 is by far the best of the bunch, but any Cayman variant will be just as thrilling on the race track.
Mercedes-Benz’s S-Class is a family of full-size luxury sedans, luxury limousines, and luxury armored sedans. Formerly known as the Sonderklasse, S-Class (German for “special class”, abbreviated to “S-Class”) is a series of luxury sedans and luxury limousines produced by the German automotive manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. The S-Class is one of the most important Mercedes-Benz models. It was first introduced with the W116 in 1972 and has remained in production ever since. It is the flagship vehicle of the Mercedes-Benz brand.
Manufacturer: Daimler-Benz, Daimler Chrysler, Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz Group
ARAI Mileage: 13.38 km
Fuel Type: Diesel
No. of cylinder: 6
Transmission Type: Automatic
C/D RATING: 9.5/10
The Audi S8 is a high-performance, high-luxury, all-wheel-drive, long-wheel-base model from Audi AG. It is the successor to the Audi S series of luxury cars produced by Audi AG, with production taking place at the Neckarstedt plant. It is the mechanically upgraded version of the high-performance Audi A8.
The S8 is equipped with Audi’s Quattro All-wheel drive (AWD) system as standard equipment. The first three generations of the S8 were available with a short wheelbase, and a longer-wheelbase option was added to the fourth generation.
Engine type: V8 engine
Top speed in km/h (mph): 250 (155.3) (governed)
Fuel type: Petrol
It have options of Automatic | Manual, 5 | 6-speed
Top Speed: 250 km/h
C/D RATING: 8.5/10
Quattro Porte (Italian for “four doors”) is a four-door luxury sports sedan designed and manufactured by Maserati, an Italian car manufacturer. It is named as “four-door” in Italian. It is currently in its 6th generation. The first version of this car was launched in 1963.
ARAI Mileage: 11.76 km
Fuel Type: Petrol
Engine Displacement (cc): 3799
No. of cylinder: 8
Seating Capacity: 5
Transmission Type: Automatic
Fuel Tank Capacity (Liters): 80
Starting MSRP: $108,400