New Luxury Midsize Cars

The typical transaction rate for an entry-level luxury car has to do with $40,000 nowadays. The average rate for a flagship luxury sedan is closer to $100,000. That’s a huge space, and these midsize luxury sedans are here to fill it with a typical asking price of around $55,000.
Today’s mid-lux lineup is more varied than ever. Turbocharged 4-cylinder engines are significantly typical, while some models have dropped the V8 altogether. Other patterns include all-wheel drive as well as hybrid powertrains. Still, the sector stays defined by V6 power and rear-wheel drive.

And while the vehicles have leaned sportier in recent years, midsize luxury sedans still split the difference in between famous motorists’ vehicles like the smaller BMW 3 Series and big cruisers like the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

Acura RLX

The Acura RLX is silently, confidently fantastic.

Audi A6

As Audi’s star continues to rise, the A6 is an increasingly attractive option.

BMW 5 Series

Larger, lighter and filled with high-tech features, the all-new 2017 BMW 5 Series has a sharp concentrate on owning enthusiasm and modern-day luxury.

Cadillac CTS

Cadillac now makes a more fun-to-drive midsize luxury sport sedan than BMW.

Genesis G80

The G80 separates itself from the pack by using high-end facilities, an exceptional service warranty and V6 or V8 power at lower rates than rival designs.

Infiniti Q70

The Q70 is among the smaller sized entries in the midsize high-end sedan segment but likewise amongst the most fun to drive

Jaguar XF

Jaguar’s streamlined midsize luxury sedan, brand new for 2016, is beautiful inside and out, and you don’t see it every day.

Lexus GS

Before you even begin the engine it’s easy to value the Lexus GS as a well-built, refined high-end sedan that virtually exudes luxury.

Lincoln Continental

Lincoln’s all-new flagship sedan provides a distinct mix of old-school cruiser high-end and recent automobile tech.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is brand new for 2017, with forward-thinking design and advanced innovation.

Exactly what’s New and Exactly what’s Next

There were a lot of changes for 2017. The all-new Mercedes-Benz E-Class made its launching, as did the brand new BMW 5 Series. The G80 became the first design in the brand-new Genesis brand name. And the best face in the section is the one with the longest family tree: the iconic Lincoln Continental is back.

Engine Advancement

Not so long earlier, essentially every entry in the midsize luxury sedan sector offered readily available V8 power. However as an outcome of rising gas prices and enhanced engine technologies, turbocharged 4-cylinder engines– unprecedented in the section until recently– are now about as common as big V8s.

Diesel Options

Today’s diesel motor are so smooth and quiet that they’re an excellent suitable for luxury cars and trucks. Since today however, the only midsize high-end sedan readily available with a turbodiesel is the BMW 5 Series. However, we anticipate a diesel alternative will be offered in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class by mid-2017.

Hybrid, Too

If you prefer effectiveness of the gas-electric variety, you can get hybrid power in the Acura RLX, BMW 5 Series, Infiniti Q70, and Lexus GS.

Weather condition Warriors

In addition to the wide variety of powertrains laid out, each of these models is available with the included traction of all-wheel drive.

Worth Champ

The Lexus GS 350 boasts the highest anticipated resale worth of this group, and was on the podium for one of KBB’s latest 5-Year Cost to Own awards.