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The best luxury SUVs for 2021

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

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Choosing the right luxury crossover or SUV becomes more and more difficult with each passing year as automakers strive to meet growing consumer demand. Luxury crossovers and SUVs range from compact and fuel-efficient to luxurious large houses with eight passengers on wheels and high-performance options.

Our picks for the best luxury SUVs range from $ 47,000 to over five times that amount, so while it's luxury, this isn't a Unobtainium list - that said, some of our editors do. dream.
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Our editors have compiled a list of the best luxury crossovers and SUVs you can buy right now.

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Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition 2020

Here's the Land Cruiser thing - when it comes to the luxury SUV continuum, the old Lando definitely leans towards the SUV side, but nothing else on this list is built as well or will last that long. The interior is even a pleasant enough place, although it lacks some of the more sophisticated comforts of the other models.

The Heritage Edition is particularly good because it has one of the best badges in the business and those bronze wheels (especially on a black Cruiser) borderline pornography. The leather is soft, the interior is spacious, the engine is smooth and classically speaking, you aren't going to look like a total drive.

Is that an old $ 89,000 SUV that can't be bothered to wear a Lexus badge? You bet that's your ass, and I'd own one in the blink of an eye.

Toyota Land Cruiser

Lincoln Navigator 2020

Lincoln's new Navigator is just about the best way to spend your money in the full-size luxury SUV space. Its main competitor, the Escalade, which also has a third-row seat, is almost evenly priced and looks like it's 10 years old. The choice among large SUVs is obvious.

The Navigator drives like a dream, and its interior is one of Lincoln's finest works ... maybe forever. The world needs more blue interiors.

Lincoln Navigator 2020

Bentley Bentayga 2020

Let's see… a 6.0-liter twin-turbo W12 engine producing 600 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Why wouldn't this be my pick of my favorite luxury SUVs?

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

In addition to its ultra-luxurious interior, the Bentayga has eight drive modes, including those for snow, sand, grass and trails. And if the W12 is too much for you, there are also V8 and Hybrid models.

Bentley Bentayga 2020B

Porsche Cayenne 2020

From a 335 hp twin-turbo V6 model to the 670 hp Turbo S E-hybrid, the Cayenne covers a wide range of performance potential.

It's a big SUV, but it still behaves like a real Porsche. Additionally, the new PCM infotainment, also seen in the Panamera models, is ahead of the old system with increased functionality and ease of use.

Porsche Cayenne 2020

2020 Mazda CX-9

You might not think of Mazda as a luxury brand, but I promise you that, in its top trim levels, the 2019 CX-9 is as nice as most of the other SUVs on this list.

A 2.5-liter turbocharged engine is mated to a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission. It's like the proverbial butter behind the wheel. But you don't even have to drive that midsize SUV to appreciate how much the CX-9 hits over its weight.

2020 Mazda CX-9

2020 Audi Q7

The three-row Q7 pretty much everything. It behaves like an Audi car, it looks great, has a lot of passengers and has all the latest technology. The bonus: it starts with a base price of less than $ 55,000.

Two choices of engines are available. The crisp 252-horsepower 2.0-liter small turbo is enough to keep the Q7 running around town, or you can go big and get a 335-horsepower twin-turbo V6.

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

2020 Audi Q7

2020 Mercedes-AMG G63

Yes, that's a ridiculous anachronism, but nothing drives or looks like a Gelandewagen. He is singularly adorable and memorable, a true living legend who oozes both luxury and off-road capability.

the V8-powered G550 delivers plenty of performance, but why not go with the 577 horsepower G63. Sure, it starts at $ 147,500, but isn't it worth it?

2020 Mercedes-AMG G63

2020 GMC Yukon Denali

The GMC Yukon Denali Big Boy comes standard with a 6.2-liter V8 developing 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, which is mated to an excellent 10-speed automatic transmission. It delivers a really smooth and quiet ride for such a large body-on-chassis sport utility vehicle.

Denali-specific exterior touches add a bit more style and better looks than the overly flashy Cadillac Escalade. The Yukon Denali starts at $ 67,600.

2020 GMC Yukon Denali

Land Rover Range Rover Velar 2020

Insuring can start at under $ 60,000, but that doesn't mean it's not a British luxury block.

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 sunroof. The comfortable front seats are heated and cooled and have a massage function. And the cargo capacity is impressive.

Land Rover Range Rover Velar 2020

2020 Jaguar I-Pace

2020 Jaguar I-Pace

Luxury is increasingly about stress reduction, and flying quietly down the road in an electric SUV that is virtually maintenance-free and has full safety features would certainly make it easier to relax.

Not that any owner is likely to go, but the I-Pace all-wheel drive is a legitimately good off-roader. I tackled incredibly steep terrain on low profile, road biased tires, determining the I-Pace to be the best all-terrain electric vehicle on the market, rivaling 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.

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