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Which luxury brand automobile would you choose & why?

Asked by raven860 (2174points) October 15th, 2011

Which Brand would you choose and why?

-Land Rover
-Mercedes Benz
-Other (Ones I may have missed)

You can also mention which automobile brand you like even if its not a “luxury” one.

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HungryGuy's avatar

Lotus Evora

Though as a more practical choice, I like the Chrysler Town and Country.

jrpowell's avatar

87 Volvo wagon. Easy to repair and safe and gets good gas mileage. And you can have proper sex in the back of one.

HungryGuy's avatar

@johnpowell – Really? You can put a fully-equipped dungeon in the back of a Volvo?!?!

jrpowell's avatar

@HungryGuy :: I can fit all my crap (including bed) in the back of a 87 Volvo wagon. I don’t have or care about much.

woodcutter's avatar

We’ve been satisfied which our Buick Park Avenue but they are out of production. So I would go with the Lucerne that I believe replaced it. This doesn’t mean we will ever own one but if we had the opportunity we would look at it.

ucme's avatar

I currently drive a Lotus Elise S2. I’m more than happy to continue doing so.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

I’ll take a Rolls Royce like this one.

rebbel's avatar

I loved my Alfa Romeo 33 1.7 QV. not mine, but similar
Pity it didn’t pass its MOT in 2000….

Seek's avatar


Of the list, I’ll take an Audi. It looks the least obviously pretentious.

njnyjobs's avatar

my daily driver is a Mercedes Benz S-class, an Audi A6 for a spare/weekends. . . Lincoln Navigator for foul weather driving.

john65pennington's avatar

Toyota Camry Solara.

Dependable, thrifty, good looking, and affordable.

This is my second one to own.

HungryGuy's avatar

@john65pennington – Don’t you drive a police car?


Jaguar or Porsche. I currently drive a BMW M3, but I like the sleekness of a Jaguar or Porsche. The only thing is, Jaguars and Porsches are not that suitable to the climate where I live.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Maserati Quattroporte.
Gorgeous inside an out and technically a sedan so my friends can ride!

ratboy's avatar

Wherever I go, Yugo.

Blackberry's avatar

I’m torn between Audi and Infiniti.

Hibernate's avatar

Mercedes. Reliability. Not to mention the Germans are renowned for their cars and they always put a lot of work into making the perfect things.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Maybach and if I want to go cross country i would just have it “trucked” in a an enclosed trailer truck.

DominicX's avatar

Well, my car is an Audi and my dad has a super luxury Audi, and it has to be my favorite car (the rare times he’s allowed me to drive it) so I’d definitely get one like that :P

raven860's avatar

@DominicX What is a super luxury Audi? I keep hearing that among BMW Audi & Benz, Audi is the way to go.

raven860's avatar

@MRSHINYSHOES I believe Porsche’s with the “4” badge have all-wheel drive systems in them…if that is what you are looking for un-suitable climate.

john65pennington's avatar

HungryGuy, yes, I use to drive a Crown Vic. Best police car I have ever driven and I have driven many different ones.

My personal car is a Toyota Camry Solara. Toyota quit making the Solara in 2008. I located an almost brand new 2007 Solara and bought it at first sight. It only had 43,000 miles on it and still had that brand new car smell inside. I love it.

martianspringtime's avatar

Cadillac, but only if it’s a 50s model. Otherwise, I don’t see anything special about any luxury automobiles. Modern cars are ugly.

trailsillustrated's avatar

I have a jaguar and I love it. It’s a sweet sweet car. Nothing ever breaks, it’s beautiful, has a killer sound system. it is wonderful to ride in my friends love it when I drive.I have to sell it and I’ll really miss it. It gets bad gas mileage.

njnyjobs's avatar

@raven860 the super luxury audi could be the S8, the flagship of the Audi brand

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