BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lincoln, and Lexus all make the list. Here’s how they stack up.
If a few decades ago you wanted an SUV as large as it was luxurious, your choices pretty much started and ended with the Range Rover. A lot has happened in the quarter century since.
American and Japanese automakers have elevated the “luxuriating” of their mass-market, full-size sport-utes to an art form, while Europe’s premier manufacturers have delved into big-truck territory with increasingly upscale offerings of their own. And with a new Escalade just revealed, the competition is only getting bigger.
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