The sun continues to shine brightly over Naples, Florida’s developed economy. This could be reflected in the lifestyle and activities of its inhabitants. As a fact, automakers could attest the burgeoning segment of luxury vehicles in the said territory.
As the mighty sun prepares to rest on the Gulf of Mexico, the lights started to flicker over the courts at the Wyndemere Country Club. At the parking lot, tennis players are pulling into their Lexus, BMW, Jaguar and Infiniti cars. Entrepreneurs, bankers, developers and retirees – almost every one is driving a luxury car or sport utility vehicle.
Naples is one of the fastest rising cities in the United States and the baby boomers living an ideal kind of life help make luxury a standard in the city. “I feel good when I drive the Jaguar,” said Ron Freedman, a 50-year-old mortgage broker. “It’s like a suit. I know it’s a high-end car, and other people know it’s a high-end car.”
The Naples inhabitants are the richest generation in the history of the United States. The income of the 78 million boomers has pulled the trigger for the amazing growth in luxury cars and light trucks sales for more than one and a half decades now. Further, in Naples, automobile manufacturers have knocked the mother deposit. The territory is a haven of million-dollar homes, unspoiled beaches, and over 50 golf courses within a half-hour’s drive. One does need not have an EBC redstuff equipped sports car to be fascinated with the equally-fascinating panorama and way of life in Naples.
“The luxury-car market here is probably the best in the country,” said Bob Germain, an 81-year-old megadealer from Michigan who owns the Lexus, BMW and Lincoln-Mercury dealerships in Naples.
In 1990’s, the population of Naples increased by 65 percent to its 251,000 inhabitants. It is the second fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States, next to Las Vegas. Naples is also one of the richest areas in all the land.
Based on the 2000 census, there were…