10 Most Overpriced Sedan Of 2022

While the year has been one of the best years for the auto industry. These are the 10 most overpriced 2022 sedans on the market right now.


There is no doubt that SUVs have ruled the market for a few years now. The demands are just on the top right now. On the other hand, the sedans haven’t been caught up to the demands, the supply is very low these days. People are more focused on buying performance and luxury sedans rather than buying it as an affordable option. With every six of ten customers in the US buying SUVs or Trucks, manufacturers are shifting toward producing more practical options to boost their sales. There are many cars in the market with a good feel of how a sedan could be, some are quite overpriced. While there are many aspects to calling a car overpriced, we have made the list of whether they have good alternative options than the mentioned car. Here are the 10 most overpriced cars of 2022 in the market right now.

10. Mercedes Maybach S

Mercedes Maybach S580

The Mercedes Maybach S series is the pinnacle of fine luxury the german giant can offer with its flagship sedan lineup. With a choice of having the V8 or a V12 engine option, the Maybach S lineup has every type of prestige to give you if you are looking for a full sie sedan catered to all of your needs. With an unmatched interior and spacious cabin, it just moves up to a remarkable level. But talking about the people who are focused to buy a luxury sedan, they can look out for the lesser expensive cars such as the Bentley Flying Spur or the BMW 7 Series which offer a similar kind of experience at a really low price.

9. Subaru Legacy

Subaru Legacy

For a company which is popular for making some of the most thrilling and driver-oriented cars, the new Subaru Legacy mid-size sedan is merely able to achieve that. Just like the other cars, the Legacy is reliable and comes with good features. But still is unable to compete with the similar segment cars such as the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. And because of that, the Legacy is an average sedan which comes at a price where the alternatives are a more viable choice. This mid-size Subaru is an ordinary car and an overpriced car.

8. Maserati Ghibli Trofeo

Maserati Ghibli Trofeo

The 2022 Maserati Ghibli Trofeo is undoubtedly one of the best-performance sedans in the market. It packs a 3.8 Litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which makes an insane 580 hp. But that doesn’t change the fact that performance is everything you look for in a car, especially if it is a sedan which costs more than $100,000. The car has an average-looking interior with a less spacious cabin compared to the rivals, but more so it packs an underdeveloped body with quality issues. Considering these things in mind worries the buyers and shifts them to other offerings.

7. Audi A8

Audi A8

The 2022 Audi A8 is the most luxurious sedan from Audi you can buy. The new Audi A8 offers the most luxurious experience with every set of features one could expect. It weighs a great competition to the BMWs and the Genesis’. But for a price the A8 doesn’t offer everything, the competition offers more luxury and more athletic driving than what Audi has to give. Thus the question remains if the Audi A8 is a bank for a buck or not. And it is not.

6. Cadillac CT4-V

The 2022 CT4-V Blackwing encourages drivers to confidently explore its full capabilities.

With a power of a good four-cylinder engine that makes over 325 hp, the Cadillac CT4-V offers a real racetrack-focused approach for its size. It is agile in the corner and has enough grip when needed. The tires and suspension are tuned for the track thus resulting in poor ride quality. The cabin is also the area which shouldn’t be kept in mind buying this car because it is way more compact than it seems. The car could hardly fit two grown adults in the back of the seats.

5. Alfa Romeo Guilia

Alfa Romeo Giulia

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is one of the best cars to buy if you want to stand out from the average-looking cars these days and wanted to make a statement. It has got a great-looking design and a performance that is just breathtaking. But a car like the Guilia can be more stressful than amazing if you are looking for practicality and more comfort in your car. Just like in the Ghibli Trofeo, the rear seats are not comfortable and the car lacks the thrill that a less expensive Porsche 718 Boxster.

4. Toyota Mirai

Toyota Mirai

There are many cars which have revolutionised the car culture and the technology we have today and the Toyota Mirai is just one of them. This Japanese car has made a really big step toward the right direction of using renewable energy and a zero-carbon future. But as the car is the first step toward hydrogen fuel cell technology, buying one isn’t a really good option unless you’re Californian tech-savvy. While we still wait for the next generation of the Mirai, you can buy a Tesla Model 3 and a BMW i-4 for the asked price.

3. Cadillac CT5-V

Cadillac CT5-V

The Cadillac CT5-V is made for daily driving as well as for the track weekends. The CT5-V is a threat to the BMW M5 and the Mercedes-AMG E63. The car has got an aggressive appearance that might help this Cadillac to sell because in terms of performance and build quality, the german rivals are still unmatched. If you are looking to buy a good performance sedan the CT5-V is not worth your money because the Audi and the BMWscan bite this one to dust.

2. Audi RS E-Tron GT

Audi RS E-Tron GT
Audi RS E-Tron GT

The 2022 Audi RS E-Tron GT is the angrier version of the regular E-Tron GT. While it is angrier on the roads, it is very silent on the inside. Built on the same J1 EV platform, it makes a hefty 637 hp with its dual motor setup. With the razor-sharp design and Audi’s brilliant technology, the RS E-Tron GT is a phenomenal sports EV. But when you compare the performance and range, Audi has to catch up with the Tesla ad the Mercedes.

1. Tesla Model S Plaid

Tesla Model S Plaid

The new 2022 Model S Plaid can tear up a drag strip in a ridiculous 0-60 mph time of an insane 1.99 seconds with its whopping 1,020 hp triple-motor design. Apart from its six-figure price tag, the Model S Plaid is a monster of a car. But hear me out okay, the Tesla undoubtedly makes a really good car, but the handling and the build quality look “meh” or average when you compare with the Mercedes‘ and the Porsche. And for a price of more than $130,000 you can look for other options if that is your priority.


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