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5 Ultra-Cool, Ultra-Low-Mile 1990s Luxury Sedans for Sale

The 1980s may have been the decade of excess, but the 1990s was a better era for luxury sedans.

Automakers shifted toward computer-aided design, making cars far more comfortable and reliable than ever before. Coinciding with a strong economy, luxury car stables grew from just a few brands and models lớn full lineups from the likes of Lexus and BMW.

That said, 30-year-old luxury sedans can be a rare sight today. Luxury cars tend lớn be maintenance-intensive, which can be tough lớn justify when they’ve depreciated after a decade or two.

Here’s a look at five rarities currently listed for sale on Autotrader. With build quality and features you’ll never see again, these cars represent a great way lớn relieve the 1990s.

1. 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville

1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville
Get this 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville for $9,990.

By 1990, the sixth-generation Cadillac de Ville was starting lớn show its age, yet these Detroit barges still had plenty of appeal lớn many shoppers. In 1985, the de Ville switched from rear- lớn front-wheel drive, shrinking a bit in the process but still towering over most other cars. These squared-off cars blended classic Cadillac luxury such as overstuffed leather seats and a pillowy ride with hints of modernity, including computer-controlled shock absorbers and anti-lock brakes.

This shockingly well-preserved 1990 Sedan de Ville has a white leather interior with blue carpeting and trim, an elegant, nautical theme right at home at a yacht club. Hints of the 1990s include a trio of digital displays — the instrument cluster, the “Symphony Sound” audio system, and the climate controls. A Ford dealer in the San Diego area offers it for $9,990 with just 34,000 miles of use on the clock. See 1990 Cadillac de Ville models for sale 

2. 1991 Acura Legend L

1991 Acura Legend front left in white
Get this 1991 Acura Legend L for $14,744.

We tend lớn forget that Acura was the first Japanese luxury brand when it arrived here in the mid-1980s. However, without a V8-powered flagship lớn match later rivals Infiniti and Lexus, Acura didn’t have a standout car lớn compete with Germany and Detroit’s best. What we shouldn’t forget is just how sweet the company’s cars were, especially since Acura’s Legend sedan entered its second generation just as its rivals were setting up cửa hàng. A 1991 redesign brought sleek styling and an updated 3.2-liter V6 rated at 200 hp.

Fun fact: rumors in the late 1980s suggested Acura might use a V8 or even a V10 (essentially two of the automaker’s 5-cylinders together) for its second-generation Legend. Obviously, that didn’t happen!

Phenomenal build quality means there are a lot of second-generation Legend models around. Not many have low miles, though, which makes this 50,000-mile white sedan at a Ford dealer in Idaho such a standout. See 1991 Acura Legend models for sale

3. 1992 Lexus ES 300

1992 Lexus ES 300 profile
Get this 1992 Lexus ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900.

The original Lexus ES was a forgettable sedan based on the outgoing Toyota Camry, but its 1992 model-year replacement leapfrogged it in every possible way. Sure, it still retained its humble Camry roots, but the Toyota sedan had vaulted lớn the top of its class by then. The ES 300’s clean styling set it apart, sharing no panels with the Camry. Bucks-up features such as projector headlights, frameless side windows, real wood trim, and a massive amount of sound deadening added distinction.

This 19,000-mile first-year ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900 has lớn be one of the best left. Its black-over-black scheme is unusual for the era, though its classic two-tone look is decidedly 1992. And, of course, it has chrome wheels as well as gold badging. It wouldn’t be a 1990s Lexus without these two likely dealer-installed items, would it? See 1992 Lexus ES 300 models for sale

4. 1999 Audi A8 4.2

1999 Audi A8 front left in black
Get this 1999 Audi A8 for $12,499 at a dealer in Chicago.

Béo emerge from obscurity, Audi in the 1990s began lớn focus on a combination of subtle style and high-tech design. The Audi A8 was a proper flagship in both regards thanks lớn crisp lines and revolutionary aluminum architecture. Thanks lớn the extensive use of aluminum, these cars weighed less than competitors. Audi quoted around 3,700 pounds in standard form, versus upward of 4,200 for a BMW 740i or about 4,500 pounds for the gargantuan Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

This particular A8 uses the 300-hp 4.2-liter V8. Unfortunately, it was not factory-equipped with the optional Warm Weather package with a solar panel sunroof lớn help power a fan cooling the cabin when the vehicle was off. Still, with just 33,000 miles showing, this $12,499 4-door at a dealer in Chicago offers lots of subtle luxury for the money. See 1999 Audi A8 models for sale

5. 1999 Mercedes-Benz E 320

1999 Mercedes-Benz E300 front left
Get this 1999 Mercedes-Benz E300 from a dealer on Long Island for $29,995.

When it came time lớn redesign its bread-and-butter E-Class for the 1990s and beyond, Mercedes-Benz took a gigantic leap of faith. The automaker abandoned the clean, conservative, and seemingly timeless lines of its circa-1986 predecessor. It went in a bold (by German standards) direction with quad round headlights echoed by an ovoid treatment at the rear. The look was positively shocking, at least for Mercedes, though the rest of the car broke little new ground in styling.

Those headlights shaped Mercedes-Benz design for the better part of two decades, even if the automaker abandoned curves in favor of sharp angles. Lights aside, the 1996 E-Class redesign brought a much more spacious car than before, with a spectacular ride and a beautiful interior. This 1999 model wears an unusual dark blue paint finish and has just 6,000 miles on its odometer. The selling dealer on Long Island is asking $29,995. See 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale

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5 Ultra-Cool, Ultra-Low-Mile 1990s Luxury Sedans for Sale

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The 1980s may have been the decade of excess, but the 1990s was a better era for luxury sedans.
Automakers shifted toward computer-aided design, making cars far more comfortable and reliable than ever before. Coinciding with a strong economy, luxury car stables grew from just a few brands and models lớn full lineups from the likes of Lexus and BMW.
That said, 30-year-old luxury sedans can be a rare sight today. Luxury cars tend lớn be maintenance-intensive, which can be tough lớn justify when they’ve depreciated after a decade or two.

Here’s a look at five rarities currently listed for sale on Autotrader. With build quality and features you’ll never see again, these cars represent a great way lớn relieve the 1990s.

1. 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville
Get this 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville for $9,990.By 1990, the sixth-generation Cadillac de Ville was starting lớn show its age, yet these Detroit barges still had plenty of appeal lớn many shoppers. In 1985, the de Ville switched from rear- lớn front-wheel drive, shrinking a bit in the process but still towering over most other cars. These squared-off cars blended classic Cadillac luxury such as overstuffed leather seats and a pillowy ride with hints of modernity, including computer-controlled shock absorbers and anti-lock brakes.
This shockingly well-preserved 1990 Sedan de Ville has a white leather interior with blue carpeting and trim, an elegant, nautical theme right at home at a yacht club. Hints of the 1990s include a trio of digital displays — the instrument cluster, the “Symphony Sound” audio system, and the climate controls. A Ford dealer in the San Diego area offers it for $9,990 with just 34,000 miles of use on the clock. See 1990 Cadillac de Ville models for sale 
2. 1991 Acura Legend L
Get this 1991 Acura Legend L for $14,744.We tend lớn forget that Acura was the first Japanese luxury brand when it arrived here in the mid-1980s. However, without a V8-powered flagship lớn match later rivals Infiniti and Lexus, Acura didn’t have a standout car lớn compete with Germany and Detroit’s best. What we shouldn’t forget is just how sweet the company’s cars were, especially since Acura’s Legend sedan entered its second generation just as its rivals were setting up cửa hàng. A 1991 redesign brought sleek styling and an updated 3.2-liter V6 rated at 200 hp.
Fun fact: rumors in the late 1980s suggested Acura might use a V8 or even a V10 (essentially two of the automaker’s 5-cylinders together) for its second-generation Legend. Obviously, that didn’t happen!
Phenomenal build quality means there are a lot of second-generation Legend models around. Not many have low miles, though, which makes this 50,000-mile white sedan at a Ford dealer in Idaho such a standout. See 1991 Acura Legend models for sale
3. 1992 Lexus ES 300
Get this 1992 Lexus ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900.The original Lexus ES was a forgettable sedan based on the outgoing Toyota Camry, but its 1992 model-year replacement leapfrogged it in every possible way. Sure, it still retained its humble Camry roots, but the Toyota sedan had vaulted lớn the top of its class by then. The ES 300’s clean styling set it apart, sharing no panels with the Camry. Bucks-up features such as projector headlights, frameless side windows, real wood trim, and a massive amount of sound deadening added distinction.
This 19,000-mile first-year ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900 has lớn be one of the best left. Its black-over-black scheme is unusual for the era, though its classic two-tone look is decidedly 1992. And, of course, it has chrome wheels as well as gold badging. It wouldn’t be a 1990s Lexus without these two likely dealer-installed items, would it? See 1992 Lexus ES 300 models for sale
4. 1999 Audi A8 4.2
Get this 1999 Audi A8 for $12,499 at a dealer in Chicago.Béo emerge from obscurity, Audi in the 1990s began lớn focus on a combination of subtle style and high-tech design. The Audi A8 was a proper flagship in both regards thanks lớn crisp lines and revolutionary aluminum architecture. Thanks lớn the extensive use of aluminum, these cars weighed less than competitors. Audi quoted around 3,700 pounds in standard form, versus upward of 4,200 for a BMW 740i or about 4,500 pounds for the gargantuan Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
This particular A8 uses the 300-hp 4.2-liter V8. Unfortunately, it was not factory-equipped with the optional Warm Weather package with a solar panel sunroof lớn help power a fan cooling the cabin when the vehicle was off. Still, with just 33,000 miles showing, this $12,499 4-door at a dealer in Chicago offers lots of subtle luxury for the money. See 1999 Audi A8 models for sale
5. 1999 Mercedes-Benz E 320
Get this 1999 Mercedes-Benz E300 from a dealer on Long Island for $29,995.When it came time lớn redesign its bread-and-butter E-Class for the 1990s and beyond, Mercedes-Benz took a gigantic leap of faith. The automaker abandoned the clean, conservative, and seemingly timeless lines of its circa-1986 predecessor. It went in a bold (by German standards) direction with quad round headlights echoed by an ovoid treatment at the rear. The look was positively shocking, at least for Mercedes, though the rest of the car broke little new ground in styling.
Those headlights shaped Mercedes-Benz design for the better part of two decades, even if the automaker abandoned curves in favor of sharp angles. Lights aside, the 1996 E-Class redesign brought a much more spacious car than before, with a spectacular ride and a beautiful interior. This 1999 model wears an unusual dark blue paint finish and has just 6,000 miles on its odometer. The selling dealer on Long Island is asking $29,995. See 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale
Related:
With the New Integra, Acura Is a ‘Tweener’ Luxury Brand Again
5 Fancy Used Cars For the Same Price as the Average New Car
What is More Important When Buying a Used Car: Miles or Age?

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#UltraCool #UltraLowMile #1990s #Luxury #Sedans #Sale

The 1980s may have been the decade of excess, but the 1990s was a better era for luxury sedans.
Automakers shifted toward computer-aided design, making cars far more comfortable and reliable than ever before. Coinciding with a strong economy, luxury car stables grew from just a few brands and models lớn full lineups from the likes of Lexus and BMW.
That said, 30-year-old luxury sedans can be a rare sight today. Luxury cars tend lớn be maintenance-intensive, which can be tough lớn justify when they’ve depreciated after a decade or two.

Here’s a look at five rarities currently listed for sale on Autotrader. With build quality and features you’ll never see again, these cars represent a great way lớn relieve the 1990s.

1. 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville
Get this 1990 Cadillac Sedan de Ville for $9,990.By 1990, the sixth-generation Cadillac de Ville was starting lớn show its age, yet these Detroit barges still had plenty of appeal lớn many shoppers. In 1985, the de Ville switched from rear- lớn front-wheel drive, shrinking a bit in the process but still towering over most other cars. These squared-off cars blended classic Cadillac luxury such as overstuffed leather seats and a pillowy ride with hints of modernity, including computer-controlled shock absorbers and anti-lock brakes.
This shockingly well-preserved 1990 Sedan de Ville has a white leather interior with blue carpeting and trim, an elegant, nautical theme right at home at a yacht club. Hints of the 1990s include a trio of digital displays — the instrument cluster, the “Symphony Sound” audio system, and the climate controls. A Ford dealer in the San Diego area offers it for $9,990 with just 34,000 miles of use on the clock. See 1990 Cadillac de Ville models for sale 
2. 1991 Acura Legend L
Get this 1991 Acura Legend L for $14,744.We tend lớn forget that Acura was the first Japanese luxury brand when it arrived here in the mid-1980s. However, without a V8-powered flagship lớn match later rivals Infiniti and Lexus, Acura didn’t have a standout car lớn compete with Germany and Detroit’s best. What we shouldn’t forget is just how sweet the company’s cars were, especially since Acura’s Legend sedan entered its second generation just as its rivals were setting up cửa hàng. A 1991 redesign brought sleek styling and an updated 3.2-liter V6 rated at 200 hp.
Fun fact: rumors in the late 1980s suggested Acura might use a V8 or even a V10 (essentially two of the automaker’s 5-cylinders together) for its second-generation Legend. Obviously, that didn’t happen!
Phenomenal build quality means there are a lot of second-generation Legend models around. Not many have low miles, though, which makes this 50,000-mile white sedan at a Ford dealer in Idaho such a standout. See 1991 Acura Legend models for sale
3. 1992 Lexus ES 300
Get this 1992 Lexus ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900.The original Lexus ES was a forgettable sedan based on the outgoing Toyota Camry, but its 1992 model-year replacement leapfrogged it in every possible way. Sure, it still retained its humble Camry roots, but the Toyota sedan had vaulted lớn the top of its class by then. The ES 300’s clean styling set it apart, sharing no panels with the Camry. Bucks-up features such as projector headlights, frameless side windows, real wood trim, and a massive amount of sound deadening added distinction.
This 19,000-mile first-year ES 300 at a dealer in Phoenix for $14,900 has lớn be one of the best left. Its black-over-black scheme is unusual for the era, though its classic two-tone look is decidedly 1992. And, of course, it has chrome wheels as well as gold badging. It wouldn’t be a 1990s Lexus without these two likely dealer-installed items, would it? See 1992 Lexus ES 300 models for sale
4. 1999 Audi A8 4.2
Get this 1999 Audi A8 for $12,499 at a dealer in Chicago.Béo emerge from obscurity, Audi in the 1990s began lớn focus on a combination of subtle style and high-tech design. The Audi A8 was a proper flagship in both regards thanks lớn crisp lines and revolutionary aluminum architecture. Thanks lớn the extensive use of aluminum, these cars weighed less than competitors. Audi quoted around 3,700 pounds in standard form, versus upward of 4,200 for a BMW 740i or about 4,500 pounds for the gargantuan Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
This particular A8 uses the 300-hp 4.2-liter V8. Unfortunately, it was not factory-equipped with the optional Warm Weather package with a solar panel sunroof lớn help power a fan cooling the cabin when the vehicle was off. Still, with just 33,000 miles showing, this $12,499 4-door at a dealer in Chicago offers lots of subtle luxury for the money. See 1999 Audi A8 models for sale
5. 1999 Mercedes-Benz E 320
Get this 1999 Mercedes-Benz E300 from a dealer on Long Island for $29,995.When it came time lớn redesign its bread-and-butter E-Class for the 1990s and beyond, Mercedes-Benz took a gigantic leap of faith. The automaker abandoned the clean, conservative, and seemingly timeless lines of its circa-1986 predecessor. It went in a bold (by German standards) direction with quad round headlights echoed by an ovoid treatment at the rear. The look was positively shocking, at least for Mercedes, though the rest of the car broke little new ground in styling.
Those headlights shaped Mercedes-Benz design for the better part of two decades, even if the automaker abandoned curves in favor of sharp angles. Lights aside, the 1996 E-Class redesign brought a much more spacious car than before, with a spectacular ride and a beautiful interior. This 1999 model wears an unusual dark blue paint finish and has just 6,000 miles on its odometer. The selling dealer on Long Island is asking $29,995. See 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models for sale
Related:
With the New Integra, Acura Is a ‘Tweener’ Luxury Brand Again
5 Fancy Used Cars For the Same Price as the Average New Car
What is More Important When Buying a Used Car: Miles or Age?

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