Posts from ‘Luxury Vehicles’
Miles driven: 206
Fuel used: 11.5 gallons
Consensus is overrated. No one walks into a nice restaurant planning to poll the establishment’s other patrons in order to determine what to eat. Likewise, no one can tell you what you think is beautiful.
Audi unveiled a redesigned fourth-generation version of its flagship large sedan in conjunction with the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2019 Audi A8 represents an evolution of the brand’s design language and debuts with a host of all-new technology features.
First available to the American market for the 2006 model year, the Mercedes-Benz CLS introduced consumers to the “4-door coupe” concept. Essentially a heavily restyled E-Class, the CLS enjoyed more rakish styling than that midsize offering, as well as higher levels of equipment and technology. The redesigned-for-2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS–which debuted at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show–carries on the tradition while boasting a new look, a new engine, and new comfort-oriented technology.
The Lexus RX has long been a standard bearer in the premium crossover SUV market, offering a pitch-perfect mix of luxury and versatility in a tractable, sensibly sized package. But one thing the RX didn’t offer was seating capacity for more than five passengers. That changes with the introduction of the 2018 RX L.
Infiniti unveiled a fully redesigned version of its QX50 crossover SUV in conjunction with the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2019 QX50 rides on an all-new front-wheel-drive-based platform and offers a high-tech turbocharged powertrain and a host of new technology features.
Continuing a naming trend that began when the MKS large sedan was replaced with the Continental, Lincoln’s midsize MKX crossover becomes the Nautilus for 2019.
Revealed on the eve of the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, the new Nautilus features updated styling, a revised powertrain lineup, and new safety and tech features.
Class: Premium Large Car
Miles driven: 288
Fuel used: 8.4 gallons