Most Satisfying New Cars in the U.S.

Premium Luxury Crossover SUV — BMW X5 (tie)
BMW calls the X5 a Sports-Activity Vehicle rather than a standard SUV. No matter what you call it, the X5 certainly emphasizes the “sport” in the name. Even the least expensive version boasts a 300-horsepower engine — or opt for the X5 M that produces 567 horsepower from its 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 powerplant.

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  1. As a Car enthusiast I would like to see soon a Lexus SUV to compete with the likes of Honda HRV that is wildly successful. The Best option in my view for Lexus is to upgrade its 200HT to be a at least 8 inches longer and at least eight inches clearance to look and feel like a SUV. It must also come with a Turbo Charged Engine. The present 200HT is very slow in pick up /torque and can only seat dwarfs on back seats. May be Lexus will bring the same Engine into it like that in NX200T SUV. I believe that Honda is a company that produces excellent Engines with better torque than comparable Cars from Toyota or Lexus. Honda
    CRV is ahead of RAV4 any time! That’s why its is a very popular than RAV4 an awefull vehicle in my view.

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