5 Affordable Cars with Luxury You Won’t Believe
Some people like simplicity, while others crave the finer things in life. But you don’t have to pay top dollar for a luxury experience. With enough shopping around, you’ll find plenty of affordable cars with luxury!
5 Affordable Cars with Luxury
Many people mistakenly believe they can only experience incredible sophistication in a vehicle if they shell out more than $70,000. However, you can actually find all of these luxuries in cars that are all under $30,000! Below are five cars that let you ascend to a new level of luxury without breaking the bank.
Buick Encore GX
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The Buick Encore GX starts at a mere $25,600, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. One of the most luxurious features of this car is QuietTuning, which helps create the quietest and most serene cabin on the market through specially engineered acoustic technology. All cars come with a 19-inch digital dashboard, proximity keyless entry, satellite radio, USB ports, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Six-speaker audio is also standard.
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Nissan has a reputation for creating affordable cars that rival high-end vehicles, and the Altima fits the bill perfectly. The Altima features a very spacious and streamlined interior, chrome details, and high-intensity discharge headlights to give you a luxury experience for only $25,730 for the basic model. This car also comes with a 7-inch touchscreen, adjustable driver’s seat and plenty of driver assistance features such as forward collision warning and lane departure warning.
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You can’t go wrong with the single most popular car in the world. This luxurious car is a bargain, starting at $26,420, and it boasts a lot of the luxuries that are found in high-end cars. With the Toyota Camry, you can enjoy a 7-inch touch display, automatic climate control, and keyless entry. Standard safety features include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning and forward automatic emergency braking. For just another $1,290, with the Cold Weather package, you can add safety features like rear cross-traffic alert and blind spot monitoring, as well as luxuries like heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated power outside mirrors.
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Chevy’s website calls the Malibu “the mid-size sedan that has it all,” and that’s pretty accurate. This car, which starts at $25,100, has an acoustic-laminated windshield to decrease noisiness in the cabin and cushioned seats to provide a great deal of comfort on long car rides. It includes an 8-inch touch screen, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, six-speaker audio and proximity keyless entry.
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The Honda Civic has a starting price of $23,950. Standard with this model is automatic climate control, a 7-inch touch screen, four-speaker audio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and push-button start. Under the hood, you’ll get a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that generates 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. This vehicle also comes packed with driver assistance features. Among the ones you’ll get are forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, driver drowsiness monitoring, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition, and adaptive cruise control.