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Whats The Best Luxury Sedan Under $100K For 60 Years Old Mom?

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I was ask to pick out a car for my 60 years old mom. She currently drive a BMW 528i in New York. She wanted a Porsche Panamera but that was scratched since she need something that seats 5. I ask here because I believe people who drove Lexus are people who think and research before they make the right purchase in getting what they wanted for the money including myself.:D.

My question is what is the best car in the list below best suited for New York driving condition and can carry 2 set of golf bag for her age group, thanks for all you help in advance (No turbo):

1. BMW 5 GT Series

2. BMW 7 series

3. Mercedes S class

4. Mercedes E class

5. Mercedes GLK

6. Infiniti FX

7. Infiniti M

8. Lexus G

9. Lexus LS

10. Porsche Cayenne

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I'd say the Lexus LS...but obviously I'm biased.

Does she want something sporty?

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I'd say the Lexus LS...but obviously I'm biased.

Does she want something sporty?

Yes, she does like sporty car. Considering her last car before 528i was a 840i.

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If she likes a sporty car shes not going to like the LS. They have the sport model now...but I'm dubious as to how sporty it is...I havent driven one.

I really liked the BMW 550 Gran Turismo at the car show...

What about a new Jaguar XF or XJ?

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If she likes a sporty car shes not going to like the LS. They have the sport model now...but I'm dubious as to how sporty it is...I havent driven one.

I really liked the BMW 550 Gran Turismo at the car show...

What about a new Jaguar XF or XJ?

New Jaguar does seem to be very good looking and packs a punch but I don't know if their reliability has gone up or not. I want a reliable car for my mom where I don't have to worry about too much since I'm in SoCal.

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The reliability has improved tremendously. If you look at all the latest 3 and 5 year dependability standards Jaguar is doing very well...even better than Lexus in some areas. Plus it'll be new...and under warranty. I would buy a Jaguar no problem.

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The reliability has improved tremendously. If you look at all the latest 3 and 5 year dependability standards Jaguar is doing very well...even better than Lexus in some areas. Plus it'll be new...and under warranty. I would buy a Jaguar no problem.

I been reading the report as well but I think too much politics has play into these report in the last 10 years. I don't know if they are even trust worthy anymore.

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But politics how, to who'se benefit?

I know several people who have Jags and are really happy.

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I would have her drive a 430 I think the 460 is to big feeling for most women do to the higher belt line. A friend of mines wife drove my 430 and loved it 460 not so much.

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If she likes a sporty car though she's not going to like any LS...

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Infiniti M37. I almost got a G37 when I got my Lexus IS, and have been interested in Infinitis ever since. Everything I've read about the new M37 sounds great.

By the way, I'm not sure I'd rule out a G37, but the M will be more luxurious for your mom.

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Yeah thats a good choice. I drove the M37 and REALLY REALLY liked it. Big improvement from the previous M...

Beautiful interior. I wouldn't even consider a GS over the M37 for instance.

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LS460. if she wants an SUV, the RX350 is nice.

The mercedes Ml turbo diesel is a nice ride and fuel efficient, but only if she drives a lot.

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