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AA Cars works closely with thousands of UK used car dealers to bring you one of the largest
of Executive Cars on the market. All used Executive Cars on
website come with free 12 months breakdown cover and a free car history check.
Executive cars are sleek, sophisticated and smart. Perfect for covering many miles in comfort, there is a range of options that cater for the driver that needs to reflect his or her status or simply want the comfort and elegance that distinguishes this class of car.
Executive cars are as in nature as they are by name. They're executive workhorses that should be capable of covering long distances in comfort, luxury and style. In the past, they were the cars for owners who spent the road either driving or being driven, but have widened to be a class of car that revolves around sophistication, high specification with state-of-the-art equipment and powerful engines. More than just providing a comfortable and satisfying drive however, executives are also very practical cars. Cabins are generally large enough for the whole family – although in some you might want to take every precaution to avoid damaging the beautiful upholstery – while boot and storage space is generally ample. On the road, you will expect high standards of comfort, smoothness and silence. But is it also fun to drive? After all if you're going to spend a lot of time in the car you’ll want to enjoy the experience. And, will it return a reasonable fuel economy? The top three German manufacturers – Mercedes, BMW and Audi – have typically dominated this class, but there are plenty of other marques a wide range of manufacturers. The likes of the Lexus IS and the Vauxhall Insignia have meant that competition is now fierce. Executive cars are designed to be reliable, durable and efficient. This makes second hand executive cars an excellent and affordable option.
For anyone looking for a good executive car it's likely you'll want a combination of comfort and style while not breaking the bank. Do you want to focus on having a very well equipped cabin, and if so, do you want this to benefit you or your passengers? What size boot do you need? There are options that cater for a family as well as plenty of luggage. There are also executive cars for sale that have only enough room for a set of golf clubs. So there’s enough variety to match your requirements precisely.
The key things to consider are whether you are looking for something transport primarily yourself, or whether you will be looking to transport other people – your family, other passengers? If it's the latter, you might want to consider what sort of equipment comes as standard. They will of course include a high level of equipment including air conditioning, trip computer, top vehicle security systems, opulent trim and upholstery. It might include a sat-nav in the panel as standard. You might find plenty of wood finish too giving a distinguished feel to the interior. If you, as the driver, want more out of the car in terms of performance then you might want to consider what’s going on under the bonnet. For the most part, executive cars are built to offer a smooth, quiet drive while on the motorway, but some of the best of the class are designed with a more ambitious driver in mind. Buying a used executive saloon a great entry to the class as generally they depreciate quickly from new. Picking one up on the used market not only ensures you are buying at a good price, but that your car won't continue to lose value as quickly. Repairs and parts can come be pricey, but if you take a look at our buying guides, featured on our car model pages, you can check for the more specific details you should be looking for to find your perfect executive car.