The 3 Best 2020 Luxury Cars For Tall People
You don’t always have to go with an SUV to have a spacious car cabin. Luxury car models are well-known for offering the roomiest interiors. If you’re looking for a car that provides ample space, consider this list of luxury cars that are especially great options for taller people.
2020 Kia K900
The Kia K900 is generous on space and offers a ridiculous amount of goodies. With the K900, you get standard items such as Nappa leather, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and rear side-window sunshades. And that’s only naming a few of its amenities. In a recent study, U.S. News specifically named the K900 sedan one of the best luxury cars for tall people. Its seats are supportive, and it provides extra legroom on its first row.
The K900 comes with a robust infotainment system, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also features lots of advanced safety equipment. The K900 earns bonus points for its smooth 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that generates 365-horsepower. Who would have thought that Kia would be so good on luxury models in 2020?
2020 Genesis G90
You can think of the Genesis G90 as an even more luxurious version of the K900, its corporate cousin. The G90 has a grander cabin compared to the K900, but it only offers a half-inch more legroom at the front. Nappa leather comes standard on the G90, and so do soft-closing doors. For 2020, Genesis also added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features, plus a suite of advanced safety features.
G90 models feature the same V6 engine found on the K900. However, the G90 has an optional 5.0-liter V8 that creates 420-hp. No matter which engine option you choose, you’ll find that the G90 is a refined and comfortable ride. Although, one of the G90’s main flaws is that it’s below-average when it comes to fuel economy.
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class boasts a gorgeous exterior and dynamic power. Critics have praised the 2020 E-Class lineup for its potent, yet fuel-efficient engine options. Base models come with a lively 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 255-hp. There are three other engine options to choose from, with the AMG E 63 S model featuring the most powerful one.
The E-Class is also available in a variety of body styles. Nevertheless, you’ll want to forget the coupe models and go with the sedan or wagon variant for the most space: the sedan seats up to five people, and the wagon seats up to seven. The E-Class also provides a comfortable cabin and an overwhelming amount of in-car electronics.
While the E-Class is truly a standout in its class, you should know that it’s technically not the most reliable. There are currently three recalls on the 2020 E-Class. The recalls are related to the model’s communication, rear assembly, and engine cooling.