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Top Picks for Luxury

Client meetings, board dinners and conference calls can wear any executive down. If vacations have your spouse threatening to throw your smartphone in the pool, you know the feeling. So, cash some stock in and buy one of these rides. To pick candidates for this category, we drove dozens of cars, considering luxury features, driving refinement, styling and prestige. Because many of these cars are not crash-tested, they are not drawn from our list of Best Bets.

 Best New Car for Luxury
2014 BMW 328
Starting MSRP $38,225

For many, the BMW 3 Series is what comes to mind when they think of a luxury sedan. Smooth, fast, well-appointed and technologically advanced, it delivers a premium experience every time. There are several body styles to choose from including coupe, sedan, hatchback and one of the segment's last wagons. The 328i's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine provides plenty of power and is lighter than the BMW 335i's engine, making for a more balanced performance accompanied by up to 35 mpg in highway driving. Add in available all-wheel drive for inclement climates and it may just be the perfect luxury car.

   
 
 Best Deal for Luxury
2014 Hyundai Genesis
Starting MSRP $36,120

Want a luxury car, but not a luxury price? The Hyundai Genesis will coddle you in leather and wood at a significantly lower cost than comparable German or Japanese luxury sedans. In V-6 or V-8 form, the rear-wheel-drive Genesis may not be from a premium brand, but that doesn't seem to bother its happy owners, who see good value as its own luxury. There's plenty of space inside, high-quality materials and a driving experience rivaling competitors that cost thousands of dollars more. All that means that the only thing you'll miss about choosing a Genesis will be a prestigious badge on the grille — and perhaps a premium valet spot in front of your favorite swanky eatery.

   
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Suggestions for Luxury
2014 Audi A6  Recommended for Luxury Audi A6 (2014)
Starting MSRP $43,995

Audi's sleek midsize luxury sedan is available in front- or all-wheel drive, gasoline or diesel, turbocharged or supercharged. Inside is a typical high-quality, beautiful German design with an optional multimedia system that's one of the best in the business.

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2013 BMW 750  Recommended for Luxury BMW 750 (2013)
Starting MSRP $87,725

As big sport sedans go, it's hard to top the BMW 7 Series; every new generation keeps the sporting character for which BMW is known. Powerful, comfortable and fun to drive, the 750i does sports luxury right.

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2014 Buick Enclave  Recommended for Luxury Buick Enclave (2014)
Starting MSRP $39,665

Buick's big luxury crossover, the Enclave, delivers plush appointments, a hushed driving experience, a powerful V-6 and state-of-the-art multimedia systems that actually work as promised. Add in spacious seating for seven and it's a natural contender.

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2014 Chrysler 300C  Recommended for Luxury Chrysler 300C (2014)
Starting MSRP $37,690

High-quality leather options, jewel-like gauges, big seats and powerful V-6 and V-8 engines make Chrysler's 300 sedan much nicer than one might expect. Not only does it look and sound good, but it's priced reasonably for a well-equipped luxury car.

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2013 Lexus GS 350  Recommended for Luxury Lexus GS 350 (2013)
Starting MSRP $48,610

Lexus has two midsize sedans, this and the ES 350, but the GS 350 is the sportier of the pair. Available in rear- or all-wheel drive, its sport-tuned suspension and aggressive styling successfully pit the GS against the top German competitors.
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2013 Lexus GS 450h  Recommended for Luxury Lexus GS 450h (2013)
Starting MSRP $60,360

Not all hybrids are for environmentalists; Lexus uses them to boost fuel economy without sacrificing power. The GS 450h does just that, combining a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 engine and electric motors with a continuously variable automatic transmission, while still maintaining the sporting flair of the GS line.
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2013 Porsche Cayenne  Recommended for Luxury Porsche Cayenne (2013)
Starting MSRP $49,825

A big Porsche SUV was once considered an oxymoron, but sales have proven otherwise. It may not be Rubicon-ready, but the Porsche Cayenne is a blast to drive and looks fantastic. With half a dozen powertrain options, it has plenty to offer.

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2014 Volvo S60  Recommended for Luxury Volvo S60 (2014)
Starting MSRP $35,765

Germans aren't the only Europeans selling luxury cars in the U.S.; Volvo would like to remind you of its compact S60 sedan. It has all the performance of a hot turbocharged sedan, but it's wrapped in Scandinavian style inside and out and features Volvo's legendary reputation for safety.

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