Luxury Cars

The definition of "luxury" is subjective and often translates to "more expensive." In this section, we look at popular models such as Bentleys, Rolls Royce, Mercedes, Lincolns and others.

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A 'suicide door' was the popular name for car door that opened from the rear rather than the front. Why were they called that, and do any cars have this feature?

By Kristen Hall-Geisler

The bespoke automaker has thrown its famed hood ornament into the SUV ring. And it's setting itself apart from all the rest.

By Cherise Threewitt

Is bigger always better? Imagine trying to sleep two people in a twin size bed and then think of how much easier it would be in a king size bed. In that case bigger is definitely better!

By Marc Carter

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Some vehicles are armored at the factory; however, most armored vehicles get their extra protection from specialists. Find out what it takes to protect world leaders, military personnel and other valuables.

By Kristen Hall-Geisler

Based on the Toyota iQ, the Cygnet is Aston Martin's idea of a city car. But what exactly do you get when you buy a small "economy" car from one of the world's most exclusive car makers?

By Akweli Parker

Along with transporting the rich and famous, limousines are a favored mode of transportation for politicos, players, partygoers and brides and grooms alike. Learn how exotic cars like Humvees -- and even airplanes -- have been converted into luxury rides.

By Jonathan Strickland

A Bentley brings to mind the lives of the rich and famous. Bentleys are about speed, performance and luxury -- and if you have to ask how much it costs, you probably won't be buying one anytime soon.

By Jonathan Strickland

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The 1937 Peugeot 402 Limousine had a classic streamlined shape. The rear-drive 402 used an overhead-valve inline four typical of period French cars. With 65 horsepower and a three-speed manual gearbox it could reach 75 mph.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

Lincoln cars have helped define the luxury car market since they were first designed. Learn how Lincoln has developed cars from the long and wide behemoths of the past to the sporty sedans of today.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

The SLR unites the Formula One-proven technology of McLaren with Mercedes engineering. While most ultra-fast supercars have sacrificed comfort for performance, the SLR tries to give drivers the best of both worlds.

By Ed Grabianowski

If you're like most people, you've never heard of the Maybach. It's an unbelievable driving machine, complete with back-seat writing tables and an engine that can outperform the Corvette's.

By Marshall Brain