Buying a luxury car doesn’t have to mean a huge car payment. Buying used allows you to get the same incredible comfort, well-appointed interiors, and upscale touches for much less than buying used.
Some luxury cars and SUVs aged better than others. Whether that means they were ahead of their time, have timeless style, or incredible comfort features that never get old, the vehicles on this list stand out from the competition.
As with any vehicle, the value of a new car plummets as soon as it’s driven off the lot. Keep that money in your pocket by choosing a quality pre-owned luxury car or SUV. We’ve put together a list of some of our top choices.
2009 Hummer H3
Drivers love this Hummer because it maintains off-road capability while also delivering a more comfortable ride than some of the maker’s larger SUVs. It also provides better gas mileage than its bigger brothers—although at 14 MPG in the city and 18 MPG, most buyers won’t be choosing this vehicle for the fuel economy. The roomy interior seats up to 5, and whether you’re going off-road for a little camping or you’re a highway warrior heading to the office, you’ll find this luxury SUV a welcome addition to your garage.
2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC
Are you searching for a stylish, comfortable family car? You’ll find it in the 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC. This mid-size SUV delivers impressive performance, and the impressively well-appointed interior you expect from a Mercedes-Benz. New for that year were standard entrance lights in the doors and a storage package with seatback pockets and storage nets, so the kids will have plenty of spots to store their after-practice snacks or devices while on a road trip. Exceptional handling and comfort make it easy to see why buyers are happy to pay the new-car price for the GLC—but it’s even better when you don’t have to!
2014 Jaguar XF
Enjoy luxury and performance in one beautiful sedan with the 2014 Jaguar XF. As you’re enjoying the high-performance handling, it’s easy to forget that you’re also surrounded by luxury—but you won’t forget for long. The plush interior and distinct design will remind you that you’re in a Jaguar. Note that fewer of these cars were sold than most of its competitors. That means it might be more difficult to find this used sedan. If you do, pounce.
2007 Lexus GX
Do you have a big gang to haul around? You can do it in comfort and style with the 2007 Lexus GS. This 8-passenger luxury SUV boasts a V8 engine, incredibly comfortable interior, voice-activated entertainment and GPS systems, backup cameras, and other features that are standard on luxury cars today—but weren’t in 2007. One thing that is surprising about this SUV is that it gives you the roominess you need in a smaller exterior package. Full-time four-wheel drive, hill descent control, and anti-lock brakes keep you safe on the road while heated power seats and dual-zone automatic AC keep you comfortable.
2007 BMW 3 Series
The 3 Series has been a leading seller for BMW, and this updated version of the coupe ensured that trend continued when it was first introduced in 2007. It’s aged well, and the twin-turbocharged engine and technology that was ahead of its time make this a great option for drivers in 2021. The sporty look will turn heads, and that powerful engine will assure everyone that the BMW 3 Series isn’t just for show.
2016 Land Rover Range Rover
When it comes to luxury SUVs, it doesn’t get much better than the Range Rover. You can take this vehicle pretty much anywhere—and be incredibly comfortable while doing so. Some of the features that came standard include three-mode automatic climate control, 10-way front seats, keyless ignition, and a power-split tailgate. This isn’t the SUV for everyone, but if you want to surround yourself with luxury, turn heads, and enjoy performance so good that it almost seems out of place on a luxury vehicle, then the Range Rover isn’t just an option; it’s the option.
2015 Tesla Model S
Do your part to save the world while enjoying the many impressive features in the 5-passenger electric sedan that sets the industry standards. The long cruising range and charging stations that become more abundant with every passing month make it easier and more convenient to drive electric—and you don’t have to sacrifice the things you love about driving. With up to 422 HP, you can go from 0 to 60 in under four seconds, and you won’t have to worry about burning gas to do it!
2014 Cadillac CTS
To many, the name Cadillac has long been the epitome of luxury, and the sleek design, impressive performance, and comfort make it easy to see why. The 2014 CTS was fully redesigned, so it’s more stylish, lighter, and more nimble than its predecessor. The sedan is on par with competitors like the BMW 5 Series and is every bit as fun to drive.
2017 Volvo XC90
You’re definitely going to love this 7-passenger SUV; the only question is which feature you’re going to love most. For some, it will be the performance of the turbocharged V6 or V8 engine. Others will appreciate the safety features for which Volvo has long been known. No matter what features you like most, it’s impossible not to be drawn in by the thoughtful design. The XC90 got an update in 2017 that gave it a fresh design along with enhanced performance and tech. What’s not to love?
Whether you’re looking for a luxury used car or something a bit more modest, you’ll find it at Greg Coats Cars and Trucks. Each car, truck, and SUV in our large inventory of quality pre-owned vehicles has been thoroughly inspected, so you can buy with confidence. Browse our inventory online or stop by our dealership today.