There are a lot of auto brands out there, 35 in the United States to be exact, but these automakers produce luxury and mainstream options for car buyers.
In Minnesota, especially the Twin Cities region, you’ll find a lot of more people driving luxury vehicles. So, it’s no surprise that brands such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi have a different reputation than that of Honda, Ford, and Toyota.
While all of these brands produce production cars, the differences between luxury and mainstream might not be clearly defined for someone who is in the market for a new vehicle. Which means if there are luxury counterparts in the mainstream auto-world, what separates premium from standard everyday options, and how does a car buyer tell the difference?