Think owning a luxury car is out of your reach? Just wait until you see these luxury cars that are all priced under $40k. You’ll be riding in style without spending an arm and a leg...or more!
Hyundai Genesis — $38,000
Hyundai is starting to make a name for itself in the luxury game — especially with their Genesis model. The Genesis starts out at $38,000, and might be the best pound for pound value you can get. Standard features include heated mirrors, heated seats, keyless start, and Bluetooth connectivity. Get ready to start listing Hyundai as luxury brand!
Infiniti Q50 — $37,000
The Infiniti Q50 is the redesigned G37 model. The Q50 features heated exterior mirrors, Bluetooth, power seats, and LED lights — all coming standard on the base model. The 3.7-liter V6 engine is extremely powerful, pumping out a solid 328 hp. All this has to cost over $40k, right? Nope, it all comes neatly wrapped inside the Q50 for $37,000.
Cadillac SRX Crossover — $37,000
The Cadillac SRX Crossover just oozes with style. The sharp edges help draw your eye towards the aggressive front grille. But let’s talk about features; the standard SRX comes with a premium Bose 8-speaker system and dual-zone automatic climate control to name a few. The $37,000 price tag won’t break the bank either!
Lincoln MKC — $34,000
The MKC is another great luxury crossover for under $35,000. The 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine pushes out a decent 240 hp, but the features are what make this Lincoln stand out. Heated seats, remote start, and dual-zone climate control are just a few standard features on this luxurious ride.
Volvo S60 — $34,000
Volvo isn’t the first brand people think of when it comes to luxury, but those people are missing out. The S60 features a 7-inch display screen, dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth connection and automatic headlights. The power isn’t too shabby either under the hood: a turbocharged 5-cylinder engine that pumps out 250 hp. Can't beat the $34,000 price tag either!
Cadillac ATS Sedan — $34,000
The ATS is a sedan-only model that boasts a base price of $34,000. The list of standard features is staggering for a lower-priced luxury model. From a Bose sound system to the dual-zone automatic climate control, the ATS has it all.
Audi Q3 — $33,000
The Q3 is a very modern, small SUV from Audi. While it’s small on size, it’s big on value. The SUV boasts a price tag of $33,000, which makes it one of the most affordable luxury SUVs on the market. With a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine at 200 hp, the Q3 is no slouch on the road either.
BMW X1 — $32,000
A BMW for under $33,000? Sign us up! The X1 is a high-end crossover that’s also one of the brands lowest priced vehicles. Featuring a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, the X1 is surprisingly fuel-efficient. But don’t let this BMW steal the show, there’s still one more model left on the list.
Mercedes Benz CLA250 — $32,000
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you, there is a Mercedes Benz available for $32,000. The stylish CLA250 comes with an impressive 208 hp turbocharged 4-cylinder engine — not bad for an entry-level sedan. The base model includes power seats, 5.8-inch display, 17-inch alloy wheels, and much more!
BMW 228i — $32,000
Another BMW for $32,000? That’s right. The 2 series ins’t only affordable, it’s also a fun car to drive. The 4-cylinder turbocharged engine cranks out a solid 240 hp, which is great for those long weekend drives. Parking assist and tons of preloaded BMW Apps highlight some of its great standard features.
Lexus CT 200h — $31,000
The least expensive Lexus happens to also be a hybrid that gets over 40 miles per gallon! The CT 200h can be called a luxury version of the Toyota Prius, with far more features on its base model — the dual-zone climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels and keyless ignition are just a few to name. All this clocking in at under $32,000 is hard to pass on.
Acura TLX — $31,000
Acura somehow packs tons of features in their cars, and still doesn’t ask for an arm or a leg. Starting out at just $31,000, the TLX has plenty of standard features that will meet your needs. The 2.4-liter 206 hp engine will satisfy your inner speed demon as well.
Audi A3 Sedan — $30,000
The Audi A3 sedan boasts a standard dual-clutch automatic, 170-horsepower 1.8-liter engine, all for $30,000. The panoramic sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, and automatic headlights are standard features that you wouldn’t expect on a base Audi.
Acura ILX — $28,000
Think under $40,000 is good? How about a luxury car for less than $30,000? The Acura ILX starts at just $28,000 and it gets better from there. Keyless ignition, sunroof, heated leather front seats and a 5-inch touchscreen are just a few standard features included in the price tag. You won’t be spending a fortune at the pump either, with a fuel-economy rating of 35 mpg on the highway.