The E-class, without question, has one of the most eye-catching luxurious appointed interiors this side of a Bentley. The A-Class is the smallest and least expensive car in the Mercedes-Benz lineup, so it's no surprise that it's short on passenger space and less luxurious than its pricier siblings. There is certainly no missing the three-pointed star placed boldly in the middle of the car's menacing front end. It is the only compact premium car with a versatile liftback body style and engaging six-speed manual transmission.
Luxury cars are generally more expensive than the average commuter car because they offer amenities like leather upholstery, high-tech creature comforts, exceptional performance, and some level of prestige.