How come nobody mentioned solid reliability? SOLID RELIABILITY should be standard in cars of this price range. (I know that Audi, MB, RR, etc. don't have it, but it's still a VERY desirable feature). I'd have no issues spending $65K on a car that I know will be reliable for a long time and won't embarrass me in front of Toyotas, Hondas, Acuras and Lexuses with rattles, electronic gremlins, and other fun things.
2012 Audi A6 3.0T Quattro , Glacier White/Nougat Leather | Wood trim | Premium Plus: Nav & Google Earth, MMI, Xenons, Parktronic, Rear view camera, Satellite Radio, Google Search, WiFi hot spot | Cold Weather Package | Audi Side Assist
SOLD: '06 BMW 330xi, Sparkling Graphite/Terra Leather | Aluminum trim | Premium | Sport | Cold Weather | Nav | Comfort Access | Satellite Radio | Rear Power Sunshade | Parktronic | Rear Deck Spoiler | Logic 7