Hyundai has done it the 2012 Hyundai Equus. Luxury can be in the palm of your hands without such a hefty price. The Equus starts off at $59, 000, it seats 5, 15/23 MPG and has 429hp. The Hyundai Equus leads all models in the Large Premium Car segment in the J.D. Power and Associates 2011 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. The study is based on feedback from more than 73,000 new-vehicle owners and leasees after 90 days of ownership.Premium wood trim. Snug leather seats with driver’s circulation massage, heating, cooling and humidity control. An 8-inch LCD for the premium navigation and Driver Information System. And a 608-watt Lexicon 7.1 Discrete Surround Sound Audio System with more standard speakers than the BMW 7 Series or the Lexus LS 460. Nine airbags. A Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) system that includes Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), plus some of the best-known acronyms in the automotive safety business. Safety isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. A powerful grille, modern turn signal LED lights and HID headlights add definition to a muscular profile that is enhanced by 19-inch staggered alloy wheels. Hyundai has engineered a fresh new look in the luxury performance market. It’s a luxury car for a reasonable price. So if you are looking for a new ride I would suggest you checking out the Hyundai Equus.