8 Luxury SUVs in the Spotlight as Gas Prices Crash

If you’re looking for a luxury car that offers a bit more headspace (or maybe more room for the kids), or you’re planning a long trip but want to do so in the utmost comfort, there are numerous options out there. While large sedans still have their place in the market, luxury SUVs have offered a larger, roomier alternative, if you don’t mind sacrificing a few MPGs in the name of leather seats and wood trim.

Noticeably, the industry is dominated by the German brands, despite America’s appetite for large cars. However, the Japanese brands have likewise made moves into the market. So whether its a backroads trail or the concrete jungle, here are eight luxury SUVs that will move you and your posse in the most exclusive style.


Source: Porsche

1. Porsche Cayenne

While Porsche purists balked when the Cayenne was first revealed, it may have been the best business decision for the company: the Cayenne has made the brand far more widely accepted and given the sports car company some serious family cred. The Cayenne starts at around $61,700 for the diesel version.