5 More Luxury SUVs That Will Leave you In Awe

More luxury SUV options? Yes, please! When it comes to having a comfortable, reliable daily driver for getting to work or driving around with our family, we don’t have to make sacrifices. These manufacturers have put their best foot (tire?) forward to create SUVs that have it all. Having a ‘mom car’ doesn’t have the negative connotation that it used to, and these luxury SUVs are out to prove it.

Another Lexus? Of course!

Could 2020 be Lexus’s chance to shine? It sure seems that way. According to Consumer Reports, almost every SUV Lexus produced this year has been a smash hit. The RX hit the list, with the NX, UX, and GX not far behind. Each one offers a notable amount of modern and aggressive styling. The interiors are spacious and comfortable, and they all have one thing in common: they provide a great driving experience.

A new Lexus NX 300h on display at an auto show
A Lexus NX 300h at an auto show | Sean Gallup/Getty Images

The never-ending BMW v. Audi battle continues

BMW and Audi seem to have a car to battle it out for every style imaginable. Supercar? The Audi R8 versus the BMW i8. Sports sedans? How about the RS3 versus the M3? The matchups are endless, so why stop there? Whatever SUV BMW produced, it’s only reasonable to assume there is an Audi just as good to match, and that’s the case with the BMW X3 and the Audi Q3. They are both great looking SUVs that offer luxury and surprisingly sporty driving experience, and paired with each vehicle’s reliability they do well to compete against each other and the rest of the luxury SUVs on the market.

Gray 2020 BMW X3 M Competition crossover parked on a racetrack
2020 BMW X3 M Competition | BMW

Infiniti as the underdog

Infiniti seems to be the luxury brand that most people forget about. It’s not as high-end as Audi and BMW, but it does well to compete as an entry-level luxury brand in its own way. The Infiniti QX60 has a trick up its sleeve: while it’s not a full-sized SUV, it does still have third-row seating. Regardless of the amount of seating it has in such a small package, the QX60 has a relatively roomy interior and plenty of safety features.

2019 Infiniti QX60 Limited
2019 Infiniti QX60 Limited | Infiniti

The 2020 Lexus LX Confronted Its Terrible Infotainment System With . . . a Bigger Front Grille

All of these cars are worth a test drive, and they are so closely priced; it’s hard to choose. When it comes down to it, all of these cars are fantastic options if you’re looking to buy a brand new luxury SUV. Only personal design preference sets these cars apart, but regardless of which vehicle you pick, you won’t be left disappointed.