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The best luxury SUVs for 2021

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The 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 is just one of our picks for the best luxury SUVs available right now.

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There is no shortage of luxury SUVs for sale, but these are the models that we would 100% recommend to a friend, family, and you, dear reader. From compact, fuel-efficient models to luxury barges and high-performance models, there is something here for everyone.

Our picks for the best luxury SUVs range from $ 47,000 to more than five times that, so despite being luxury, this is not an unobtainium list; That said, some of our editors are dreaming.

Our editors have compiled a list of the best luxury crossovers and SUVs you can buy right now.

2021 Lincoln Navigator

Lincoln’s new navigator it’s the best way to spend your money on the full-size luxury SUV space. Its main competitor, the Escalade, which also has a third-row seat, is priced about the same and feels like it’s 10 years old. The choice between large SUVs is obvious.

The Navigator drives like a dream and its interior is one of Lincoln’s best jobs in … maybe forever. The world needs more blue interiors.

– Andrew Krok

Bentley Bentayga 2021

Let’s see … a 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine that produces 600 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. Why wouldn’t this be my pick among my favorite luxury SUVs?

Sure, it’s over $ 200,000, but I can’t help but think about how much fun it would be to hit some aggressive tires on the Bentayga and hit the dunes.

In addition to its super luxurious interior, the Bentayga has eight driving modes, including snow, sand, grass and trails. And if the W12 is too much for you, there is also V8 and hybrid models.

– Emme Hall

Porsche Cayenne 2021

From a 335 hp V6 biturbo model to the 670 hp Turbo S. E-hybrid, the peppers encompasses a wide range of potential performance.

It’s a big SUV, but it still handles like a proper Porsche. In addition, the new PCM infotainment, also seen in the Panamera models, is far ahead of the previous system with greater functionality and ease of use.

– Antuan Goodwin

Read more: Best midsize SUVs for the money

Mazda CX-9 2021

You may not think of Mazda as a luxury brand, but I promise you, at its higher trim levels, the 2019 CX-9 it’s just as good as many of the other SUVs on this list.

A 2.5-liter turbocharged engine is mated to a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic. It’s like the proverbial butter behind the wheel. But you don’t even have to drive this midsize SUV to appreciate how well the CX-9 punches above its weight. Look at it. Is awesome.

– Manuel Carrillo III

Audi Q7 2021

The three-row Q7 pretty much rocks on everything. It drives like an Audi car should be, looks great, has lots of passengers, and has the latest technology. The bonus: Starts with a base price of less than $ 55,000.

Two engine options are offered. The nimble little 2.0-liter turbo with 252 horsepower is enough to motivate the Q7 around town, or you can go big and get a 335 horsepower V6 biturbo.

The Q7 has excellent technology, from active safety to the intuitive MMI infotainment system and now comes with a virtual cockpit standard.

– Jake Holmes

2021 Mercedes-AMG G63

Yes, it’s a ridiculous anachronism, but nothing drives or feels like a Gelandewagen. He’s uniquely lovable and memorable, a true living legend dripping with both luxury and off-road capability.

The G550 with V8 engine offers extensive performance, but why not go with the 577 horsepower G63. Sure, it starts at $ 147,500, but isn’t it worth it?

– Chris Paukert

2021 GMC Yukon Denali

The big boy from GMC Yukon denali It comes standard with a 6.2-liter V8 making 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, which is mated to an excellent 10-speed automatic transmission. It offers a truly smooth and quiet ride for such a large body-on-frame sport utility vehicle.

Denali-specific exterior touches add a bit more flair and look better than the overly flashy Cadillac Escalade.

– Jon Wong

Land Rover Range Rover Velar 2021

The To ensure It may start at less than $ 60,000, but that doesn’t mean it’s not packed with British luxury.

This car is equipped with advanced driver assistance systems, including autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, and lane-keeping assist. You can also get cool car tech like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, traffic sign recognition, and a sleepy driver monitor.

The interior is a minimalist delight, flooded with light from an available panoramic moonroof. The comfortable front seats are heated and cooled and come with massage functionality. And the load capacity is impressive.

– Steven Ewing

Jaguar I-Pace 2021

Luxury is increasingly about reducing stress, and flying quietly down the road in an electric SUV that is basically maintenance-free and has comprehensive safety features would certainly make it easy to relax.

Not that any owner is likely to go there, but all-wheel drive I-pace it’s a legitimately good off-road vehicle. I tackled impressively steep terrain with some low-profile, road-biased tires, which determined the I-Pace to be the best off-road electric vehicle on the market that rivals any Tesla model.

The I-Pace is legitimately fast, with 394 horsepower and a 0-60 time of just 4.5 seconds. Despite that and all-wheel drive, this car will go 240 miles on one charge. It starts at just under $ 70,000.

– Tim Stevens

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