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The higher cost of diesel might make the 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML350 Bluetec's superior fuel economy a wash when compared with a gasoline version, but this truck's luxury features make it a very comfortable road tripper.
It's neither pleasing on the eye nor much fun to drive, but the RX450h scores big points for its hatchback-like efficiency and plush, spacious interior.
The 2007 Audi A4 Cabriolet 2.0T Quattro combines peppy performance and sun-loving style with a good range of cabin tech options and usable cargo room, making it an all-in-one daily driver and weekend cruiser.
The S90 is an excellent all-around choice if you'd rather not park a German sedan in your garage.
The second-generation Audi Q3 is a top player among small luxury crossovers.
Don’t be afraid of the BMW bones. The new Supra is a genuinely entertaining sports car.
Diesel purists will likely be the only ones flocking to the Mazda CX-5 Skyactiv-D.
Ford's performance two-row crossover is compelling among mainstream competition, but shouldn't be seen as a value threat to bona-fide performance-luxury SUVs.
The Dodge Durango SRT is the hot-rod of three-row SUVs.
In a segment that's rapidly improving, this Mazda is no longer the standout it once was.
The Volvo V90 Cross Country packs SUV utility with a big helping of luxury.
The least expensive, most efficient way to beat the Prius at its own game.
The S90 is one of the best ways to turn heads without appearing as though you're trying too hard.
The Jaguar XJR575 is still an entertaining ride and offers surprising value.
The Volvo XC60 is a top contender in its class, handily catering to the wants and needs of compact luxury SUV shoppers. Just go easy on the options.
Luxury electric vehicle shoppers now have an enticing alternative to Tesla.
While its European competitors might be a bit more buttoned-down on the road, Acura's 2019 RDX is a compelling, competent package, and arguably the best value in the compact luxury SUV segment.
The Nissan GT-R is better than ever in a number of ways, and while many of its inherent flaws remain, it’s still an instant classic.