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Top Picks for Luxury

Client meetings, board dinners and conference calls can wear any executive down. If vacations have your spouse threatening to throw your smartphone in the pool, you know the feeling. So, cash some stock in and buy one of these rides. To pick candidates for this category, we drove dozens of cars, considering luxury features, driving refinement, styling and prestige. Because many of these cars are not crash-tested, they are not drawn from our list of Best Bets.

 Best New Car for Luxury
2015 Land Rover Range Rover
Starting MSRP $84,420

The Land Rover Range Rover is an SUV of many talents. In Supercharged V-8 form, a 510-horsepower V-8 serves up ferocious acceleration. At the same time, the Range Rover is a comfortable and quiet cruiser. The cabin is richly appointed in leather, aluminum and wood trim, and even though high-tech features abound — like a 12.3-inch screen for the instrument panel — there's a simple elegance to the interior design. There aren't many vehicles with the cachet to snag the valet's best parking spot and also ford nearly 3 feet of water, but that's what makes the Range Rover special.
   
 
 Best Deal for Luxury
2015 Volvo XC60
Starting MSRP $36,675

With a starting price around $37,000 (including destination), you get a lot for your money with this crossover SUV. The base engine is a 240-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that works with an eight-speed automatic transmission. With front-wheel drive, the result is efficient EPA-estimated gas mileage of 24/31/27 mpg city/highway/combined. Performance is becoming a bigger part of the Volvo experience as evidenced by the XC60's available turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder engine, but occupant safety is still a brand pillar. City Safety, a low-speed collision-avoidance system, is standard, and a number of advanced safety features like pedestrian and cyclist detection with autonomous braking are optional.
   
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Suggestions for Luxury
2015 Acura MDX  Recommended for Luxury Acura MDX (2015)
Starting MSRP $43,685

The popular MDX blends luxury crossover styling cues with distinctive elements like standard LED headlights. With room for up to seven in three rows of seats, the MDX has a standard 290-horsepower V-6 engine and front- or all-wheel drive.
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2015 Audi A7  Recommended for Luxury Audi A7 (2015)
Starting MSRP $66,825

The A7 demonstrates that practicality doesn't need to be boring. With the sleekness of a sport coupe and the versatility of a hatchback, the A7 is both elegant and utility-minded. Audi's characteristic attention to detail abounds in the comfortable cabin.
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2015 BMW 535  Recommended for Luxury BMW 535 (2015)
Starting MSRP $56,550

There's a reason BMWs are renowned for their driving characteristics, and it's because of cars like the 535i. With a smooth, powerful turbocharged six-cylinder engine, engaging steering and superb chassis tuning, the 535i will instantly charm driving enthusiasts.
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2015 Buick Enclave  Recommended for Luxury Buick Enclave (2015)
Starting MSRP $39,975

The Buick brand's renaissance is due in large part to the Enclave three-row crossover SUV. With a refined driving experience and enough upscale finishes to keep the whole family happy, it's given Buick a seat at the luxury table.
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2015 Cadillac CTS  Recommended for Luxury Cadillac CTS (2015)
Starting MSRP $46,340

Cadillac's recent redesign of the CTS elevated the driving experience and added technology features like the Cadillac User Experience, a touch-sensitive multimedia system. The brand's knife-edge styling language has evolved on this generation of the car, but the CTS remains distinctly a Cadillac.
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2015 Infiniti QX80  Recommended for Luxury Infiniti QX80 (2015)
Starting MSRP $64,245

The QX80's bold, brash styling is in keeping with the tradition of full-size luxury SUVs. Despite its external bulk, it's easy to drive and coddles you and up to seven of your friends in its leather- and wood-trimmed cabin.
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2015 Lexus GS 350  Recommended for Luxury Lexus GS 350 (2015)
Starting MSRP $49,525

If you need evidence that Lexus is paying attention to how its cars drive, take a look at the GS 350. It's a legitimate luxury sport sedan with a premium interior and technology features like an available 12.3-inch dashboard screen.
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2014 Tesla Model S  Recommended for Luxury Tesla Model S (2014)
Starting MSRP $70,890

Practically overnight, the Model S became the car for eco-conscious luxury-car buyers. Its electric-car credentials are impressive, but it holds its own among luxury cars thanks to remarkable driving refinement, a comfortable cabin and innovative features like over-the-air updates.
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