Best Used Luxury Cars

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11 Used Luxury Cars That Earned Our Top Scores

If you are in the market for a luxury car, used luxury vehicles often come at an exceptional value. This is because they tend to depreciate even more than their non-luxury counterparts. Loaded luxury cars generally see even more substantial reductions.

It is common for luxury cars to drop well over half their value by the time they are sold. Significant price reductions are present even after a few years, when these auto leases end or they are traded in. This is outstanding news for those looking for an upscale vehicle that won’t break the bank.

A new 2017 Porsche Panamera will set you back $78,100 - $263,900, but the average price paid for the 2010 model is anywhere between $40,254 - $57,674. When the 2010 Panamera was new, it sold for about $90,000 - $130,000, and Porsche is one of few luxury automakers that historically holds its residual value better than most.

For comparison, the 2008 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sold for $51,200 - $85,300 when it was new. Now, you can get one for $11,773 - $21,041.

Read on to find top-rated luxury cars that you can afford.

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