6. BMW 3-Series
While North Americans are used to paying a premium for the Baby Bimmer, the rest of the world can still get a pimped out M3 – or a cloth-and-vinyl special 316i. Obviously, the stripped out BMWs aren’t exorbitantly expensive, but they do carry a premium because of the Bimmer badge. BMW’s ability to use common engines and other components also let’s them reap profits from their vehicle line, taking advantage of their brand’s prestige and large sales volumes.