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The luxury sedan remains the king of well-heeled wheels, but today’s luxury lineup includes a variety of vehicle types, including carefully crafted, well-appointed SUVs, hatchbacks and hybrids. There are even some smaller luxury cars available for under $30,000, offering the same dealership experience and fringe benefits as those costing six figures.



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2018 BMW X2 and 2019 i8 Coupe Debuts Announced

BMW will globally debut the all-new 2018 X2 crossover SUV and the 2019 i8 Coupe at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The production version of the X2 is due in showrooms this spring, following its Jan. 15 reveal. It comes a year after BMW revealed the X2 Concept in Detroit. BMW’s first X2 features a sporty and athletic exterior Read more...


2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class: The inside scoop

With a new Jeep Wrangler appearing soon in showrooms and a new Land Rover Defender expected to appear sometime in 2018, Mercedes-Benz isn’t about to neglect its own go-anywhere mountain goat. Thus an updated G-Class will make its world debut at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January. Mercedes lifted the wraps somewhat, showing off the Read more...


The Infiniti QX80 has always had a winning personality. Comfortable, quiet, powerful, and luxurious beyond its price tag, the QX80 is, and continues to be, an exceptionally satisfying full-size luxury SUV to drive. Now, the 2018 Infiniti QX80 finally has the looks to go along with it all. Infiniti gave it new headlights that rest higher on the nose next to Read more...


Mass is the enemy of performance, and design engineers toiling with a go-faster mandate have two ways of dealing with it. Number one, and certainly the most desirable, is to put the proposed vehicle on a diet. But all too often significant mass reduction proves to be impossible, whereupon the team turns to option number two—adding power. Meet the Read more...


Lexus is extending the length of its popular-selling RX crossover SUV to make way for a third row, giving luxury customers another option as SUV sales boom. Toyota’s luxury brand used the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show to globally debut the 2018 RX 350L and to announce a RX 450hL model. The 3-row 2018 RX 350L is just 4.3 inches longer than its 5-seat, 2-row Read more...


Lexus is giving its full-size LX SUV buyers the option to remove one of three rows with the new 2018 LX 570 2-row version. The luxury make revealed the new version of its largest SUV at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Lexus sells a two-row, 5-seat version of the LX in other global markets and decided earlier this year to bring it to the U.S., a Lexus Read more...


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