But you have to admit that for prices starting in the low-$20,000 range, you could do a lot worse than one of these if you just want something to eat up highway miles and have all the modern amenities you could want.

For that price and with roughly similar miles, you can either get a comparable German car that’s a few years older and absolutely guaranteed to cost multiple times as much to maintain, or you cold opt for a Lexus that’s ten years older and lacks the tech. Personally I’d probably still go with one of those options, but from a practical standpoint, a used K900 is just plain good value.