By Matt Schmitz on January 22, 2014
If you're trying to keep up with the Joneses, and the Joneses just bought a Bentley Mulsanne, you might want to try keeping up with, say, the Friedmans or the Jenkinses instead. The 2013 Mulsanne sedan Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman tested costs about $364,000 — roughly seven times the median household income. The to-infinity-and-beyond luxuriousness of the interior, muscle-car-rivaling performance and limitless customization make the Mulsanne worth every last cent for the 1 percent. Read Bragman's review while calculating in your head how many Nissan Versas go into a Mulsanne.