The competition amongst sport-luxury sedans is always fierce, with BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Lexus always in the melee. Attention-grabbing looks, cossetting cabins, ample amenities and, of course, solid handling and performance are prerequisites in order to be taken seriously in this field. Just keeping up with the segment's continual state of flux requires rapt solid attention and an eye for detail. That being said, Lexus is changing things up again but it's more than just body work this time.
Fiat's attempt at a tiny crossover is clearly an interesting one. It's a departure from their smaller fare with a taller riding height and more practical room than its predecssors
The Ford Edge has been a solid seller in the CUV segment since it was released in 2007. Though it's clearly not long -in-the-tooth when it comes to design (it was nicely refreshed in 2011), Ford saw fit to give the Edge a full second generation redesign that's a clean departure from the first generation car, while still carrying forward the Edge's overall ethos that made it appeal to so many buyers.
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