In a state known for cars, it's no surprise that Michigan has plenty of luxury dealerships on hand. Some of the most amazing cars pass through these lots, and command hefty price tags. So, settle in and gaze longingly at some of the most fantastic cars on earth as we check out 10 great Michigan luxury car dealerships!
Platinum Motorcars of Birmingham leads off with some affordable pieces mixed in with some downright dizzyingly-priced cars. Looking for a not too pricey BMW sedan? A comparatively simple BMW motorcycle, perhaps? Or are you ready to step up to a Porsche 911 for just under $250,000? Whether you're game for a small splurge or a car that costs more than most houses, Platinum Motorcars is ready for you. Check out their financing options as well.
When the word “motorcar” comes up, you know things are about to get fancy. Ever seen a 2017 Rolls-Royce? If you're ready to throw down $339,900, you can drive one yourself. Bentleys and Ferraris are on hand as well, among others.
The Auto Palace in Warren does a good job of making luxury cars available for almost any budget. Try a 1990 Mercedes-Benz 300 Class for $2,300, or a 2001 BMW 7 Series for $1,800. Those who want something newer—and with fewer miles—may pay accordingly, but can get a 2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost or even a 2015 Maserati Gran Turismo Sport for $92,995. Financing is available, as well as a car finder service for those looking for something in particular.
Grand Rapids' Prestige Imports focuses on the import car. There are some rather exciting models here too, like an unfathomably well-preserved 2006 Ferrari with less than 6,000 miles on it. There are also some unusual models like a Triumph TR3A from 1959 and even a couple of Chevrolet's finest.
Head to West Bloomfield to check out Cauley Ferrari, a dealer which focuses mainly on the Italian brand. It's actually the only official Ferrari dealer that Michigan has to offer. Check out some of the very latest and greatest in Ferrari from the Spider to the F12berlinetta, as well as some pre-owned vehicles for those on more of a budget.
Another Grand Rapids specialty, Betten Imports puts a focus on the central European import. With Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, and Volvo being a specialty, it offers both E-Class and C-Class Mercedes-Benz models as well as both Jettas and Passats in the Volkswagen.
Germain Cars, with two locations in Ann Arbor and a few out of state, deals mainly with Porsche models around here. A separate dealership handles Audi cars as well. While Germain Cars can handle everything from a 718 Boxster to a Cayenne, the good news is it will be able to not only offer new cars, but also custom cars and even some pre-owned models for those eager for luxury on a budget. It's also the only Porsche Premier Dealer Michigan can offer.
A look at Zeigler's lineup goes way beyond what you might expect. Did you know Maserati makes SUVs? If you've got $70,000 you can try a Levante, but if you really want to splurge the 2017 Maserati GranTurismo Coupe at $120,000 will do just the trick. Those are just some of the high points. There are even pre-owned Maseratis here, and even a pre-owned Maserati is still a big deal.
Luxury doesn't get much more pronounced than Lexus, and Grand Rapids' Harvey Lexus will provide. Featuring a wide range of new and used items—ranging from the Lexus LC 500 to the downright affordable 2003 Honda Accord—you'll be able to find just about anything you could ask for here. Better yet, Harvey Lexus has its own parts and service department to help keep that dream car of yours up and running for years to come.
Detroit is home to Luxury Auto Group, where the name of the game is all about luxury. And in many cases, affordable luxury. Start out with the 2016 Mercedes-Benze GLE or a 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged Ebony Edition, and work your way down to the Infiniti Q45 Touring car, proving that Luxury Auto Group can cover all ranges and all budgets.