5 Cars A Personal Injury Attorney Would Drive
With success comes money, and for many that money leads to the purchase of a high end vehicle. Think of the ultra successful personal injury attorney and the appearance that they must maintain. Meeting with a potential client in a Chevy or a Buick simply is not going to cut it. The more expensive the vehicle, the more successful the attorney. (at least that is what they may think). Here are a list of 5 high-end automobiles that you would expect a great personal injury attorney would drive, or be driven in.
Top Cars PI Attorneys Would Drive
- 2015 Bentley Continental GT – with a manufactured suggested retail price of 193k to 257k, this vehicle is not being sold to the average Joe on the street. Models range from a the 6 cylinder to 8 cylinder, and range in mileage from 12mpg to 21 miles to the gallon on the highway. You will not find a manual transmission in the Bentley Continental GT, and a convertible model is available.
- The 2016 Porsche Panamera – this is not your poor-mans Boxster. The Porsche ranges in price from around $78,000 up to $263 thousand. The high-end model offers a 570 horse powered 4.8 eight cylinder twin turbo, and a seven-speed manual transmission. Of course it is all-wheel drive and is also a 4-door hatchback with 4 seats with mileage ranging from about 15 to 24 on the highway. Perfect for the stylish personal injury lawyer to wow new clientele.
- The 2105 Ferrari F12Berlinetta – this automobile is not for entertaining clients, and you would expect to see this type of machine rolling down Rodeo Drive or Sunset Beach. Coming in just under 320-thousand, the low fuel efficiency of eleven miles a gallon in the city and 15 on the highway is probably not a concern to the car accident lawyer purchasing this one. This model is only offered with a standard transmission, and a 6.3 liter, 12 cylinder engine.
- The 2015 Lamborghini Aventador – running a little over a half of a million dollars – $548,800 – this Lambo is going to get attention. The Aventado is a two-seat, two-door Coupe that is available in four different trim options. A 50th Anniversario Roadster option is available in 2016 and comes standard with a 12 cylinder, 6.5 liter engine that will get a whopping 10 miles to the gallon in the city, but when opened up on the freeway will get about 16 mpg. As with all of the other vehicles above, it comes only in a standard transmission.
- The Porsche 918 Spyder Base – coming in just under a million dollars, you would expect pure perfection from Porsche. It comes with a seven speed automatic shifting manual transmission. It if funny that this vehicle is advertised on some other websites as having driver side and passenger side airbags and seat mounted airbags as well as cruise control. Cruise control would be expected for $929,000.