If you’re looking for a luxury sedan without wanting to pay luxury sedan prices, this list is perfect for you. I’ve rounded up five of the cheapest luxury sedans available on Autotrader. I’ve focused solely on full-size sedans and I’ve specifically sought out the cheapest versions of five well-known vehicles — and you can check them out below. Just remember that cheap purchase price doesn’t necessarily mean cheap ownership costs, as these vehicles often feature lots of complex technology — and that means they can be very expensive to own.
The cheapest Bentley luxury sedan is this 1991 Turbo R, which is listed for $12,850. It’s offered by Fishers Imports in Fishers, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis, and it’s covered 98,354 miles from new. It’s finished in black with a gray leather interior, and, indeed, it’s cheaper than most new Nissan Versa models. Don’t expect it to be cheap to own, though, as older Bentley models have expensive parts and labor costs.
The cheapest BMW 7 Series listed for sale on Autotrader is this 1995 740i model, which is offered by Liberty Auto Connection in Youngstown, Ohio. Even though this car has covered more than 200,000 miles, it’s still handsome; this was one of the most beautiful sedans ever made — and this particular example, finished in brown with a black interior, can be yours for just $2,900.
The Cadillac Deville was a popular luxury sedan that was eventually replaced with the DTS, and then, soon after, the new full-size XTS. But if you’re looking for a cheap full-size Cadillac, this is the one to get: This Deville is offered by Beach Boulevard Automotive in Jacksonville, Florida, with unknown mileage for just $1,988. It looks like it’s in nice shape, too, which makes this Deville a comfortable, cushy-riding bargain.
The cheapest Lincoln Town Car is this 2003 model, which is offered for just $1,995. This Town Car hails from the model’s final period, which started in 2003 and ended in 2011, and this particular example has covered nearly 220,000 miles from new. It’s offered by Capitol Motors in Jacksonville, Florida, and it’s finished in silver with a beige leather interior.
The cheapest Mercedes-Benz S-Class on Autotrader is this 1995 model, which hails from my favorite generation of the well-known full-size luxury sedan. Finished in dark blue with a beige leather interior, this S-Class certainly shows its wear with peeling paint and ripped seat upholstery — but that’s no surprise, as it’s covered a whopping 227,000 miles. It’s offered by Hometown Chevrolet Buick GMC in Reidsville, North Carolina, northeast of Greensboro.