You’re a success; drive something that reflects it. Here are 11 cars any executive ought to consider. We list them least expensive to most, and include in the base prices the manufacturer’s destination fees, which average about $925.
And because you didn’t get where you are by failing to look ahead, we include the next significant expected change. Following are the top 10 Cars for an Executive:
10. Audi A6:
With engaging driving dynamics and a handsome interior, the A6 is a favorite of ours. Its base engine is a 252-hp 2.0-liter turbo four with front-wheel drive and a seven-speed automatic; all-wheel drive with an eight-speed is optional. A supercharged 333-hp 3.0-liter V-6 is available with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed. The A6 does almost everything well, whether carving up corners or highway cruising. 2015 and 2016 diesels have been stop-saled until further notice due to EPA violations.
9. Cadillac CT6:
Cadillac hopes the edgy and angled CT6 will help return the automaker to the realm of full-size luxury cars worth considering. The CT6 features an aluminum-intensive structure as well as high-tech goodies such as LED lighting, massaging seats, and a super-premium audio system. Powertrains include a 265-hp turbo four, a 335-hp V-6, or a 404-hp twin-turbo V-6—all with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The V-6 models have all-wheel drive; the four-cylinder has rear-wheel drive only.