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Top 5 Entry Level Luxury Cars

Updated on June 12, 2017

The entry-level luxury segment currently is the hottest space, and the car manufacturers are engaged in a continuous battle to improve their modest offerings with the look and feel of their premium models. As a result, the buyers now have plenty of options to choose from. To help you navigate the marketplace, I’ve assembled the entire entry-level luxury bunch here.

5. Alfa Romeo Giulia


It's the strongest new player in the entry-level luxury segment; Italian at its best. It's sure to win over buyers with its eye-catching design. This Italian-born luxury compact offers two potent engines to choose from. The rear seat space is a little tight for the class; however, it is likely to win over buyers who prioritize driving performance over space.

4. Jaguar XE


With multiple engine choices and plenty of advanced technology, the Jaguar XE has the goods to go head to head with the best entry level luxury cars available. The XE might have some cheapened aspects to the interior materials that are a letdown, but it's still a very cool and rather unique setup. Also, the back isn't incredibly spacious, but it's enough to fit an adult comfortably. The XE isn't perfect, but it's a lot of car for the money and offers the best warranty and dealership service in the business.

3. Mercedes-Benz C-Class


There are certain things expected from a luxury car. Attractive styling, stylish interiors, cosseting comfort and a healthy dose of performance are foremost. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class delivers on almost all fronts. The only disappointment is the infotainment system controls. Nevertheless, it's a tough competitor in the entry-level luxury segment.

2. Audi A4


Regardless of whether you are cutting your way through mountain bends or just tackling your daily commute, it's a joy to ride the A4. The virtual cockpit makes this one of the coolest, most advanced interiors on the market. To top it off, the A4 also provides plenty of technology features without overwhelming users. You'll definitely want this car on your short list.

1. BMW 3 Series


BMW essentially developed the entry level luxury segment a few decades ago, and today's 3-series progresses that legacy. Its perfect blend of luxury and performance is sure to impress. The long list of features has plenty to offer to everyone. It's an all-rounder with no significant flaws, ought to be on top of every buyer's list.

Quick Overview:

Alfa Romeo Giulia
Jaguar XE
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Audi A4
BMW 3-Series
Italian engines and steering.
Warranty and looks.
Attractive styling, interiors, and lots of technology.
Interiors and handling
Responsive steering, efficient engine, top-shelf ergonomics.
Small rear seat, and no manual-transmission option.
Odd ergonomics and interiors.
Infotainment system controls, small trunk and a bit pricey
Lifeless steering
Rear-seat legroom is tight.
$38,990 - $42,990
$35,895 - $58,995
$40,425 - $53,825
$35,850 - $43,300
$34,445 - $51,545

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