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The GLC63 S Coupe is fun, but flawed.
The BMW i8 is a mostly engaging ride from a unique hybrid powertrain, but those looking for flat-out speed should stick to old-fashioned petrol.
Despite the fact that the 2018 Audi S5 Cabriolet faces little competition in the premium four-seat convertible segment, the car still shows exceptional performance and in-cabin electronics, enhancing driving in city and country. Plus, massage seats come standard.
The 2016 Audi A6 is an extraordinarily well-mannered car, comfortable for the everyday commute and capable on country roads, with a full course of connected cabin technology putting useful driving and location information at your fingertips.
The second-generation Audi Q3 is a top player among small luxury crossovers.
The Jaguar XJR575 is still an entertaining ride and offers surprising value.
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.
If you're looking for a sport sedan that isn't over-the-top fancy, the 2017.5 CTS V-Sport is a proper competitor for the Germans.
The Lexus GS F is outgunned in the power department, but it's still a worthy high-performance sedan offering an attractive mix of punch, handling, looks, luxury and involvement from behind the wheel.
With only two seats, the 2017 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is a dedicated sports car, showing off remarkable exterior design coupled to impressive handling and power.
The 2016 Audi A3 e-tron adds eco-friendliness and a bit of utility to the already premium A3, but it's far from the best choice for plug-in hybrid efficiency or EV range.
Lighter and more high-tech than you might expect, we like the direction that the 2016 CT6 takes the Cadillac brand. The luxury sedan makes a strong first impression, but faces stiff competition in this highly contested class.
The BMW X1 xDrive28i is literally and figuratively bigger and better for 2016, boasting more power, more space and better efficiency than its competition. Unfortunately, the price tag is bigger, too.
If you can’t spring for a ballistic X3 M, the M40i isn’t a bad consolation prize.
The G90 is a formidable foe to its German and Japanese rivals, even before you consider its low starting price.
If you want newfangled tech but a traditional luxury feel, the QX50 is worth your attention.
It's expensive, but if you want a solid blend of performance and family-friendly usability, the SQ5 is worth a gander.