Top 3 Cars the Richest Americans are Buying
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Top 3 Cars the Richest Americans are Buying

Top 3 Cars the Richest Americans are Buying
Recent media reports emerging from the US suggest a very surprising trend. According to top sources, around 1% of the affluent buyers of luxurious vehicles in America are not going for Ferrari's or Bentleys.   Tesla Model S: The first luxurious all electric vehicle has accounted for most of the top end car sales in the United States with over 12,000 units of the model flying off the shelves in no time. The Tesla Model S has emerged as the most popular car in the US and comes with a staggering price tag of $71,070 in 8 of the most expensive zip codes in America. The Tesla S stand outs among its peers on account of its superior ecofriendly features, stunning interior design and fantastic futuristic looks. It can run for over 200 miles on a single battery charge. The vehicle comes equipped with a 60kWh battery pack and reportedly features new and interesting features like a seven speaker stereo system, dual climate control system and backup camera. Mercedes-Benz-E-Class: Another executive class vehicle that comes equipped with many high end features and a price tag of $51,905. It is the preferred choice of most wealthy New Yorkers. The luxurious model does not grab much attention as the design is very elegant and classy. BMW 3 Series: With a starting price tag of around $ 33,475, more than 75,000 units of this particular model were sold off in less than nine months. The BMW 3 saw an increase of more than 15% in its sales figures compared to last year’s figures since it is the most popular car among the wealthy retirees. Geep Grand Cherokee: With its sleek looks and sharp features, this high end modified version of the Grand Cherokee comes with a towering price tag of $ 28,690. It seems to be the perfect fit for the rich families of California and Newport Beach. Ford F Series: Another expensive Ford model that comes with a price tag of $ 25,065. The Ford F Series has rapidly climbed the charts to reach the top five among the list of the most expensive current American cars. Reports suggest that its sales have skyrocketed since the past twelve months with over 5, 55,000 units of the car being sold off in less than a year.
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