Today I will be writing about the best cars for everyday use in the price range of $50,000 and $100,000. Here is the top 10 cars in the price range of 50 and 100 thousand. My personal favorite is the Tesla Model S P85. Its sleek interior and sporty exterior is amazing not to mention the electric part of it, 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds!
Jaguar F-Type R Coupe – $99,000
The looks alone are worth the price tag. Fortunately, Jag backs them up. The base F-Type and F-Type S cost considerably less, but they don’t have the R’s ferocious 550-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V8.
Porsche 911 Carrera S – $98,900
Even though it’s sometimes overlooked in favor of the quicker Turbo or hardcore GT3, the Porsche 911 Carrera S is fantastic. With 400 hp and the choice between excellent manual or PDK gearboxes, it embodies everything we love about the sporty icon.
Porsche Panamera S – $93,200
The looks still may not have grown on everyone, but there’s no doubting the Panamera’s competence. The 2014 Panamera S saw the V8 replaced with a twin-turbo V6 that brought with it 20 extra horsepower for a total of 414 hp.
Mercedes-Benz S550 – $92,900
If it weren’t for current laws governing such things, the new Mercedes Benz S550 would drive itself in certain conditions. It will also give you a massage and shoot scented air out of its ventilation system.#Awesome!!
BMW M5 – $92,000
The BMW M5 is still the default super sedan. M Division engineers have expertly disguised the size and weight of the 5 Series, and the 560-hp 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 will allow you scare the life out of up to four carpoolers.
Tesla Model S P85 – $87,070
The Tesla Model S is a world-class, American-built car that just happens to be powered by electricity. In P85 form, it also hauls people. The 85-kWh batteries and 310-kW motor produce 416 hp and gobs of torque. The power of the viehcle allows it to go 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds.
Land Rover Range Rover – $84,195
As interiors go, there aren’t many nicer places to be than inside a Range Rover. The current edition is built on a brand-new aluminum chassis, which saves weight and lets the big SUV handle well. Plus, it’s fast, and it’s still more capable off-road than any Range Rover owner will likely ever need.
Porsche Cayenne GTS – $83,300
As fast SUVs go, you won’t do much better than a Cayenne GTS. It’s quick enough on pavement to hang with a Boxster and capable enough off-road for most situations. The naturally aspirated 420-hp V8 provides plenty of shove and makes a great noise.
Audi S7 – $80,200
The Audi A7 is beautiful, and in S7 trim, it’s genuinely potent. The twin-turbo V8 produces 420 hp and, in a nod to fuel efficiency, includes cylinder deactivation. The five-door configuration makes it a good everyday proposition, and quattro all-wheel drive allows you to lean hard on the S7 even in slippery conditions.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – $65,990 (for a loaded Z51)
The 2013 Performance Car of the Year isn’t just one of the best cars under $100,000,the Chevy Corvette Stingray one of the best at any price, period. A loaded Z51 with the performance exhaust and good seats still comes in under $66K, and chances are the incredible new Z06, when it arrives, will make an even louder statement on this list