Top Five New Cars to Put a Bow on This Holiday Season

By on April 10, 2012

We’ve all seen the commercials. A beautiful person — often blindfolded — is led out to their driveway by their equally beautiful partner or family member.

Awaiting on the pavement is a beautiful new car topped with a big red bow.

The new car owner in the commercial is — of course — delighted with the gift. They are enjoying the perfect holiday while you are stuck as an outside observer internally kicking yourself for buying such second-rate gifts for your friends and family members.

This year, why not be the Hollywood hero and make this the best holiday yet with a new car for your loved one.

Here are the best new cars to gift the holiday season. They are all exemplary automobiles and all happen to look amazing with a big red bow.

#5 2015 Lexus RX Hybrid

Power, Cost, Efficiency:

  • MSRP: From $47,620
  • MPG: 28 city/ 32 highway
  • Horsepower: 295
  • Engine: 3.5 L

The first thing to highlight about the Lexus RX Hybrid is that it is included in the Lexus December to Remember promotion.

Through January 5th, get the 2015 RX Hybrid AWD for $499 a month for 36 months with $4,999 due at signing. As a special holiday gift, Lexus will cover your first month’s payment.

The next thing to highlight are the luxurious features of the beautiful car.

The Lexus RX Hybris is one of the best crossover SUVs on the market. A seamless blend of luxury, power and fuel efficiency, it lives up to it’s tagline “Recharges the driver as well as itself.”

Total 295 Horsepower propels the vehicle to impressive speeds. A 30 mpg combined rating, meanwhile, makes it one of the most efficient cars in its class.

The car is dripping with luxurious standard and optional features, including a rear-seat entertainment system, voice activation for everything from the heating to the GPS and driver support technologies ranging from an available backup camera to Blind Spot Monitor.

Lexus has made the car bow a major part of its holiday initiatives. The reason, we think is obvious.

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