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The Top Luxury Vehicles While Travelling to London

The fascination of luxury vehicles has been around for several years. Owning a luxury car represents achievement. Driving in a luxury car with a comfortable seating arrangement is the dream of many car lovers. If you are least bothered about the price and enjoy riding a luxury car admired by many, travelling in a luxury car could be just the right choice for you. London is a popular tourist destination with various tours ranging from bus charters, boat excursions to private chauffeur-driven tours.

The London taxi tour provides private chauffeur-driven tours with a choice of 6-seat Mercedes or TX4 London taxi to various locations all through England. It provides one-day combination tour including 3 hours at Dover Castle, 3 hours at Leeds Castle and 30 minutes at the White Cliffs of Dover. The prices of these private hire transport services vary as per the total number of occupants without including meals or entrance fees.

Check out from the different types of luxury cars before selecting the best one for your travelling to London. Various classes of exclusive vehicles are available within a specific range of price. The popular 3 types of luxury cars include near, mid and ultra-luxury. Each of them has different brands starting from Acura to Mercedes. The Audi A4, Acura TSX and the BMW 330 are categorised as near-luxury cars. The Lexus GS430, Mercedes-Benz CLK500 and Acura RL fall under mid-luxury cars. The ultra-luxury cars include the Audi A8, BMW 750, Jaguar XK8 and Mercedes-Benz S500.

As per the Consumer Report of April 2010, the Infiniti M35, Lexus LS and Mercedes-Benz E-Class were rated as the Best Used Cars. They were assessed as per their styling, reliability and luxuriousness.

Infiniti M35

Infiniti M35

The Infiniti M35 developed in the year 2006 with more standard features, legroom and headroom compared to its predecessors. This car was introduced with mainly 2 available trims-base and sport. The base trim bragged an alternative for all wheel drive, whereas the sport trim influenced sport suspension, rear active steering and upgraded wheels. In the consecutive years, adaptive cruise control, a lane departure warning system and 303 horsepower were added to its several versions. This vehicle provides about 18 miles per gallon in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. If you choose this car, you will surely enjoy the utmost luxury while travelling.

Lexus LS

Lexus LS

This is a standard luxury sedan with a V8 engine. The first model was the LS 400 introduced around 1990 and the succeeding models include LS 430 and LS 460. Lexus LS 460 made its first appearance in the year 2007 with 4.6L V8 engine. This luxury vehicle has adaptive cruise control and heated seats and you will be pleased with its quiet interior. If you hire this vehicle for your travel, it will provide you about 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Mercedes Benz E Class

It has a decade long history of safety and performance. The E320 and E350 are the V6 models of this car and they are available with rear wheel drive as well as a seven-speed programmed transmission standard. A 4Matic all-wheel drive system is available for both models. The E-Class automobile is available with sunroof, dual-zone climate control and leather seats. Added features include four-zone climate control and adaptive air suspension. The E320 and E350 have the capability to accelerate from zero to 60 mph under 7 seconds. These vehicles exhibit lush interiors, confident performance and organised styling. The E320 delivers 23 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway whereas the E350 delivers 17 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.

Choose from these luxurious private hire vehicles while travelling to London and make your trip a truly unforgettable experience.

Dawn Gates is contributor writer at Yellow Cars Ltd. Collecting amazing car photos is one of his favourite pastimes. Currently he is writing about Heathrow taxi and Luxury tours of London.

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