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Every Mid-Size Luxury Crossover and SUV Ranked from Worst to Best

Car and Driver Logo By Alexander Stoklosa of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 22: Looking for a luxury SUV or crossover with two or three rows of seating and a manageable footprint? The mid-size class is where you should look. These high-riding wagons fit between the ubiquitous compact luxury genus (think BMW's X3 and Acura's RDX) and the full-size players (such as the Cadillac Escalade and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-class) with prices that generally are higher than for mainstream, non-luxury products. Most mid-size crossovers are five-seat, two-row affairs, although a few have or offer a third-row seat for an extra measure of practicality. See where each member of the segment stacks up in our rankings, which have been arranged in ascending order, from worst to best:

Looking for a luxury SUV or crossover with two or three rows of seating and a manageable footprint? The mid-size class is where you should look. These high-riding wagons fit between the ubiquitous compact luxury genus (think BMW's X3 and Acura's RDX) and the full-size players (such as the Cadillac Escalade and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-class) with prices that generally are higher than for mainstream, non-luxury products. Most mid-size crossovers are five-seat, two-row affairs, although a few have or offer a third-row seat for an extra measure of practicality. See where each member of the segment stacks up in our rankings, which have been arranged in ascending order, from worst to best:

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