While most affordable modern cars have plenty of safety and comfort features and offer solid performance and ride quality, it’s incredibly easy to tell that you’re in a luxury car as soon as you sit inside one. Luxury cars are not only built to a higher standard and offer better ride quality, but their manufacturers also put much more thought into the comfort and designs of these cars’ interiors, including the materials and technology they use. Therefore, there are undeniable benefits to buying a used luxury car over a brand-new economy car for the same price.
However, sadly, luxury cars tend to depreciate more than regular cars, especially within the first few years of ownership. Thankfully, just about anyone can enjoy luxury in a four-wheeler without having to break the bank.
But then, sieving through the tons of luxury cars in the market today to get a reliable one on a budget is not exactly easy. So, let’s take a look at some of the most reliable luxury cars under $30,000 today.
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Author Peter Akpejeluh was born and bred in the ancient city of bronze civilization called Benin City. He come from a family of seven, with me being the second child. Although I have a background in Petroleum Engineering, he gravitated towards his passion—writing—because of his love for words.
Writing is his voice when he wants to be silent—and he likes to be silent a lot. If he’s not glued to my laptop, writing one long-form copy or the other, he’ll be listening to some soft music by some of his favorite artists including Alessia Cara, JP Cooper, Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith.
Three words that best describe him are: cool, calm and collected. Because of his quiet nature, he finds it hard to keep up with people. This makes them think he’s angry at them or acting aloof.
If given the option of partying with friends all night or sitting at home in front of the TV until he falls asleep, he will go for the latter without thinking twice.
Even though he doesn’t consider myself a foodie, he loves food. A lot of people hold the belief that amala and semovita belong in the trash, but he begs to differ. Amala/semovita with a plate of Egusi soup saturated with assorted meat have been saving lives since the days of John the Baptist.
Professionally, he’s a growth-minded person. He loves to go into uncharted territories with his writing. A rule of thumb for him is to always make his latest work the best. This means he has to do a great deal of learning, relearning and unlearning. So, if he were wowed by one of his works, wait until you see the latest one. Some of the writers and speakers that have inspired him over the years include: Chetan Bhagat, Chimamanda Adichie, Jordan Peterson, Gary Halbert, Ravi Zacharias, and Jeremiah Ajayi.