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Research The Rising Popularity of Luxury Automobiles

19:55  21 december  2017
19:55  21 december  2017 Source:   wheels.ca

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In 2016, the luxury automobile segment represented nearly 60 per cent of the increase in overall new vehicles sales. One of the most defining automotive trends in Canada in recent years, aside from the record-breaking number of vehicles sold, is the rising popularity of luxury vehicles.

Today, luxury automobiles comprise just over 11 per cent of new vehicle sales in Canada. The popular luxury brands from the ’70s and ’80s are The rising popularity of Chevrolet Cars in India has resulted in a huge fan following. CONCLUSION The advancing demand of luxury cars across the

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One of the most defining automotive trends in Canada in recent years, aside from the record-breaking number of vehicles sold, is the rising popularity of luxury vehicles.

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I am referring to top-tier, mid-level and semiluxury brands. Not exotics, such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, or McLaren, or ultraluxury, such as Bentley or Rolls-Royce.

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The early history of the automobile can be divided into a number of eras, based on the prevalent means of propulsion. Later periods were defined by trends in exterior styling, size, and utility preferences.

Allegro Luxury has the unique prestige of catering to its customers who are located in several parts of the world. Hence, it is an online shopping portal that can cater to the The wave of change brought by the online shopping portals has been quite a revelation in the industry of luxury fashion goods.

When I began working in the retail car industry in the mid-1970s, luxury cars were less common. I remember seeing occasional Cadillacs, Lincoln Continentals, Ford Thunderbirds, and Chrysler New Yorkers, to name a few. Mostly people in higher income brackets owned these vehicles.

The majority of vehicles throughout the late 1970s and 1980s fell into the entry-level and mid-size segments. Pickups sold well in rural markets during those decades, but they were not considered luxury vehicles.

Since the early 1990s, the luxury segment has grown steadily. By 1990, it represented slightly more than 3.1 per cent of the new vehicle market, and by 2000, that figure had climbed to nearly six per cent.

Today, luxury automobiles comprise just over 11 per cent of new vehicle sales in Canada. The popular luxury brands from the ’70s and ’80s are still around, of course, but the category has expanded to include names like Acura, Lexus, BMW, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, and Infiniti, among others.

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When discussing luxury autos, we must include pickups, SUVs, and crossovers. Cadillac Escalade, Volvo XC90, Porsche Cayenne, Honda Ridgeline, Ford F-150, and Chevrolet Silverado are among the many models equipped with luxury features and amenities

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Several factors have contributed to the steady rise of luxury auto brands, including low financing/lease rates, the growing affluence of middle- and upper-income consumers, the abundance of money available to Baby Boomers, and the growing appeal of luxury brands in general.

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Some brands have appealed to younger and less affluent buyers by creating smaller SUVs and entry-level versions of their premium vehicles. The belief is that if car buyers enjoy driving an entry-level version of their brand, they might be inclined to move up in the future.

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The rise of pickup trucks in the United States, and SUVs worldwide, has changed the face of motoring, with these “trucks” coming 1970–present Range Rover – the first take on the combination of luxury and four-wheel drive utility, the original ‘SUV’. Such was the popularity of the original Range Rover

Automobiles had existed before the Twenties, but were expensive, unreliable, and generally only toys for the rich. What made the auto so influential in the 1920's was its increased availability and dependability. Scientific management and the assembly line increased factory productivity and

This growing appetite for luxury automobiles among middle-market consumers is part of a larger trend toward a more luxurious lifestyle. Starbucks, Apple, and Michael Kors are premium brands that command higher prices than conventional products, and consumers are willing to pay extra for them.

That same mindset applies to luxury automobiles. Car buyers have strong feelings about their vehicles, and their reasons for buying luxury brands are often complex. The challenge for any luxury brand — whether it is Land Rover, Gucci, or Louis Vuitton — is creating a unique product or experience that will provide an emotional connection to that product (and brand).

For automakers who offer luxury models, that emotional connection boils down to the brand’s prestige and heritage, perceived quality, along with other features, such as enhanced performance, technology, and the ownership/driving experience.

Even automotive brands that do not fall into the luxury category compete with traditional luxury brands in terms of styling, performance, and technology.

Test Drive: 2018 Cadillac CTS Premium Luxury

  Test Drive: 2018 Cadillac CTS Premium Luxury It’s the little details, sometimes. In many areas where it counts, the 2018 Cadillac CTS feels cautiously calibrated to create a satisfying luxury performance drive – and one that demonstrates plenty of attention to how things feel and respond at the tips of the driver’s fingers and toes. The engine is loud when pushed, but sounds glorious, athletic, heavily mechanical, and increasingly angry the faster you get it spinning. It’s small stuff that many an owner may not even notice. But luxury fans love little details and the CTS is full of them, right down to the signature tactile sensation dialled into much of the cabin and drive. This starts inside, where almost everything is heavy. The subtly solid and muted jiggle through the cabin when the engine turns on and off. The doors, and their handles. The signal stalk. The power windows, which seal with a discreet thrrrph when closed. The motorized sliding centre console cover. The shift lever. Virtually everything you can manipulate on board the CTS operates with a consistent sensation that’s heavy and velvety and substantial. Many of these controls and provisions require just a touch more effort and force from your fingertips to manipulate than expected – as if designers were keen on ensuring drivers feel a density when they interface with the car. Or, the steering. On the highway, there’s a very slight numbness on centre, to keep the CTS from feeling twitchy or nervous.

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For instance, Toyota, Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, and Chrysler have introduced new safety features (forward-collision warning systems with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure alert with steering assist) — features that are available on many premium luxury models.

The automotive landscape continues to evolve, and luxury automobile brands have completely transformed the ownership/driving experience in recent decades. I suspect that they will continue to shape the automotive experience for years to come.

This column represents the views and values of the TADA. Write to [email protected] or go to tada.ca. Larry Lantz is president of the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association and is a new-car dealer in Hanover, Ont.

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