Luxury is one of those almost impossible to define words - there are just as many definitions of the word as there are people in the world. When you add all of the different comfort, performance and durability features that a Hong Kong premium vehicle or new Hong Kong sports car can have, the varieties of luxury are endless.
Almost as much choice as in your coffee at Starbucks! When you are buying a Hong Kong luxury auto, looking for the luxury features you want, and going without the ones you won't really use, can save you a packet. It can also make Hong Kong premium cars within the reach of those who were resigned to driving their Grandma's Sunday car for the next ten years!
A great way to make sure you come home with a Hong Kong premium vehicle with features that are just right for you is to do your research at home. Car salespeople are very handy for telling you about car specifications, but have been known on occasion to make you think you need things that you really don't!
Check out the various features of different Mercedes autos and other Hong Kong sports cars before you get to the Hong Kong luxury car dealer to help you stay within budget.
Mercedes Benz cars are known as the ultimate in luxury, and if all of the leather seats, cup holders and electric bits and bobs in the world can't make you think a car is luxurious if its engine wears a little pink dress (!), then you'll be looking at a Mercedes SLK-class.
The 2008 model of this Hong Kong sports car is smaller and less expensive than the SL-class. While a salesman might convince you that you may need the extra room, one day, for something, if your luxury is responsive driving you know every extra kilo is a lost second!
What you'll want to splurge on is engine specs - go for the SLK55 AMG, which is the choice of Hong Kong sports car racing drivers in the Classic Adelaide Rally this year. It has a supercharged, 5.5 litre V8, with an automatic seven speed gearbox with manual-shift capability.
Mercedes autos makes some Hong Kong premium cars that are not only heaven to drive, but heaven to be driven around in. If you couldn't care less about the kilowatts, acceleration, engine size or any other number-described feature of your Mercedes Benz car, then go for the interior luxury of the E-class, without any compromise on normal road performance.
Heated front seats come standard, and you have the option to include leather upholstery and maple wood trim, the Mercedes auto patented Parktronic system (for not very confident parkers!), and things like iPod integration kits.
The E63 AMG sedan includes airmatic suspension, for those of you who like their ride to be feather-soft - and if your spouse doesn't feel the same way about your suspension as you do, there are actually four different modes! True luxury in a Hong Kong premium car is all about choice.
For those who need to compromise between different needs, the Audi A6 is a great choice of Hong Kong premium car. The handling is sporty without being harsh, and the acceleration is very quick of the mark if you choose the V8 option.
Styling is very understated, so the appearance of this Hong Kong premium car shouldn't be a sticking point.
Saving money in a luxury car can often be about more than just the base price of the car.
These days, fuel is becoming more and more of an issue - in spite of fluctuations down as well as up, the general future trend will be towards more expensive fuel. The Lexus GS450 hybrid is a great way to save on a Hong Kong premium car, and also includes some lovely luxury features like a touch screen display for in car controls, optional DVD audio and wireless connectivity.
It couldn't be called a Hong Kong sports car with its high dashboard and windowsills, but is definitely a Hong Kong luxury auto with leather trim and heated seats included in the standard model.
As one of the world's most exciting and prestigious brand, Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong offers luxury passenger cars and commercial vehicles extensive choice of Vito, Sprinter, Viano, Actros, Axor and Atego to the customers in Hong Kong and Macau.