Equipment, comfort, and technology doesn’t have to break the bank — and we’ve got the rides to prove it
You work hard. Every day, nine-to-five — and then some. You deserve to drive in the lap of luxury, but is it possible to do so without dropping huge amounts of money? It's a common misconception that nice luxury cars under $50,000 don't exist. That's far from the truth.
There are plenty of vehicles on sale currently for less than $35,000 that have all the toys and features you'd expect. And while you won't find any Audis, BMWs, and Cadillacs in this gallery, we've picked 15 vehicles that will make you feel like a million bucks ... for a whole lot less.
Haren Hay's twin turbo RIPS Racing Evil II racing against a supercharged Statesman. Filmed at the 2014 4 And Rotary Nationals.
Date 14-07-18, Duration 1:16, Views 37449
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Date 14-07-22 1:42
Tooltip Information:2015 Volvo S60 ReviewVideo by:Description: The Volvo V60 a nice balance of power and fuel economy from the powertrain. It's a solid and substantial car with loads of safety features.Rating: 4Views: 425
Date 14-06-24 2:10
Tooltip Information:2014 BMW 2 Series ReviewVideo by:Description: Whether you get a BMW 2 Series in its basic 228i version or the super-quick M235i sports model, it's a blast to drive. Yet the car doesn't beat you up on your daily drive.Rating: 2Views: 3674
Date 14-06-30 1:34
Tooltip Information:Tracking Your Teen DriverVideo by:Description: Car accidents are the #1 killer of teenagers. New tracking devices promise to help by alerting you if your teen is driving recklessly. Consumer Reports tests three: MotoSafety, Mastrack, and MobiCoPilot.Rating: 4Views: 3219
Date 14-06-24 1:41
Tooltip Information:2014 Chevrolet Spark ReviewVideo by:Description: The Chevrolet Spark tries to make cheap economy cars less bland by bright colors and a fancy stereo. But the car is loud, noisy, slow and uncomfortable. Fuel economy isn't that impressive either.Rating: 4Views: 2631