You don’t need the performance package on your 17-foot luxury barge. You just don’t. That’s the God’s honest truth that struck me after my time with the Lexus LS 500 F Sport.
Luke drives a 2016 Mercedes S550, a car that is both fast and luxurious, but like any person with drive and ambition he wants more. I can’t say I blame him, especially since he has a healthy budget to replace it. What car should he buy?
Acura sold just 64 RLX sedans across the entire United States last month. The car either needed to be dragged out back and put down or dosed with some of that steroidal energy the NSX has been suckling on. Well, the 2018 Acura RLX has landed and it really wants you to take this “Sport Hybrid” thing seriously.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia was supposed to herald the triumphant return of the legendary Italian brand to the American market. Unfortunately, Alfa’s plan to shake up the luxury car game isn’t working out.
Despite some solid products, Cadillac has struggled to get traction in the sedan market. But people are crowding the showroom to see a car prominently featured in the automaker’s ads: the Escala. The only problem is the Escala is not for sale.
Hey you, the person with luxury sedan desires but a Toyota Camry budget! Forget the out-of-warranty BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E Class. Those are fine cars, but they will cost you in the long run. The Hyundai Genesis is one of best used luxury values on the market, and you should buy one.
Katy is a Jersey girl who drives a Mazda3 sedan, a good and fine automobile, but it’s time for an upgrade to a serious luxury four-door. The problem is that Katy is not real keen on most of the luxury marques. What car should she buy?
James loves his Corvette, but he’s anticipating a growing family and two seats aren’t going to cut it for much longer. He doesn’t want a “boring” sedan or crossover, but he does want safety. And character. What car should he buy?
This week Jalopnik’s driving the 2016 Hyundai Genesis. Don’t worry, we’ll get to “how it compares to a 5 Series.” What do you want to know that you can’t find in the brochure?
Dearest Jalopnik readers, we are gathered here together today to mourn the loss of the full-size luxury sedan. It was killed by the luxury SUV in an epic battle royale for the hearts, and minds, and wallets of people who shop at Whole Foods.