About Highline Autos

Luxury is Standard, Not an Option

There is no official definition of the term "Highline Automobile". Auto dealers and owners apply it to many different vehicles for their marketing and sales purposes. Exotic sports car and Supercar terms are generally used for ultra-high-end rarely seen cars, whose style and performance is superior to that of its contemporaries. However, the proper application of all these terms is subjective and disputed, especially among enthusiasts.

At Internet Autos, we use the term "Highline Automobile (Motor Car)" to define the most nimble, fastest, and innovative machines on the road. Exotic, sexy body, dashboards that resemble fighter-jet cockpits, leather and composite materials from floor to ceiling are just a few of the standard bells and whistles you can expect when you own one of these expensive street-legal moving masterpieces of luxury.

Purchased new, many of these cars cost more than most Americans spend on a home. All of them turn heads and stun witnesses in a tongue swallowing freeze. The ownership of these cars, however, has a serious caveat - rapid depreciation in early age and with every mile on the odometer.

Along with the glory fo being the first owner of a supercar comes the biggest financial hit. These cars lose 10-30% of its value within the first year and the first 5,000 miles.

At Internet Autos we recommend to our clients:

- let the few lucky ones for whom money does not matter enjoy the glory of the first couple of years of highline car ownership, and

- make a more financially prudent investment decision by buying a pre-owned automobile.

This way a savvy buyer of an exotic, high performance, sports or luxury highline auto will realize the full benefit of car ownership at a reasonable cost and with the maximum return on the investment.