A rising tide raises all ships, and so too the availability of premium family transportation. To summarize the year in terms of offers and incentives we have compiled the best 2021 luxury SUVs for sale. An office pole combined with inquiries from our fans has resulted in this list. It is our hope that this data is useful for you when it comes to decision making, so we have included the average MSRP for reference.
Jaguar F-Pace SVR
Average MSRP: $108,410
By far the most competent in the corners, Jaguar spent a fortune developing the suspension of the F-Pace. Instead of airbags, you will have beefy wishbones upfront and their “Integral Link” system mounted to its own rear subframe. Their goal was to optimize the contact patch in any situation, so your F-Pace will allow you to expand your driving abilities without sacrificing ride quality or the civility you would expect from Jaguar.
BMW Alpina XB7
Average MSRP: $ 155,900
In order to offer the ultimate driving machine, BMW engineers worked with Alpina to design 23″ forged wheels. As the ultimate example of the X7, it is loaded with hand-stitched leather and all of the engineering perfection you would expect from their M Performance division.
Average MSRP: $245,500
Bentley’s first SUV has been a hit around the world, so they decided to make it even hotter. Turning up the boost on their bulletproof W12 engine has yielded 626 horsepower and a top speed of 190 mph.
Maserati Levante Trofeo
Average MSRP: $ 155,490
Maserati had a goal of removing any outside disturbances from the driving experience. The Trofeo is very well insulated from sound and heat, with a supple (if not floaty) ride. It is the only SUV to offer a Ferrari V8, and the torque delivery has been smoothed to offer consistent acceleration without peaks or turbo lag.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo S
Average MSRP: $192,240
Perhaps the most popular entry on this list, Porsche recently celebrated 1,000,000 examples of the Cayenne. In order to appeal to the largest demographic, the Cayenne can be had with V6, V8, and hybrid power, and in coupe and SUV bodies.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
Average MSRP: $96,145
Bigger isn’t always better, so the engineers at Alfa Romeo decided to do more with less. The Stelvio offers room for a family without the bloat that seems to be endemic with its competitors. This allows it to claim 0.94g on the skidpad and offer V8 performance from a V6.
Average MSRP: $218,009
The home of the Raging Bull has never played by the rules. That’s why the Urus is edgy and unashamed, yet it holds true to all the luxury and amenity you would expect from Lamborghini. Before the cute and cuddly SUVs go to sleep, they check under their bed for the Urus.
Aston Martin DBX
Average MSRP: $ 179,986
Usually, the introduction of an SUV would signal the adoption of the latest mass-production methods. Because they build each example by hand, Aston-Martin is able to offer unmatched quality across their lineup. The drivetrain and electronics are supplied by Mercedes-AMG to offer the best in German and English cooperation.
Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography by Overfinch
Average MSRP: $225,990
Only one brand has been trusted with transforming Land Rovers into the world’s most opulent transportation. Overfinch uses carbon fiber, leather, and unmatched craftsmanship to offer an experience you won’t find anywhere else. Built in the finest old-world traditions, their Holland & Holland editions are coveted by celebrities and athletes.
Average MSRP: $76,195
Now celebrating its 21st birthday, the Escalade enters its fifth generation with an optional diesel engine. Rated at 27 mpg on the highway, it outshines all other full-size SUVs. The gas engine is shared with the Camaro SS, offering 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, and you will forget about it when Super Cruise hands-free driving takes over.
Audi RS Q8
Average MSRP: $114,500
With great power comes great responsibility. Nobody will assume you are packing 591 horsepower and the same amount of torque. Sleeper status achieved! Everyone needs the ability to tow 8,000 lbs and reach 60 mph in 3.7 seconds. The B&O Audio system is $4,900, but it includes 23 speakers at 1,920 watts each.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge
Average MSRP: $330,000
The first SUV from the House of Rolls-Royce, Cullinan rides high on a new aluminum spaceframe. Unlike all the others on this list, Cullinan does not pretend to be sporty or trail ready. Instead, it is the most comfortable and quiet conveyance you will encounter. It is named for a diamond, but not just any. Cullinan is the largest gem-quality diamond ever found, and it resides in the scepter of Queen Elizabeth II.
Average MSRP: $131,750
The oldest member of the list needs no introduction. In production since 1979, the Gelandewagen literally translates as overland wagon. You will have three locking differentials and a twin-turbo V8 with incredible safety and utility. Because it retains a body-on-frame construction, every G-Wagen is strong enough for military service around the world.