The words cheap and luxury are rarely used in the same sentence, but we will try to make it happen by demonstrating to you a lineup of the most affordable mid-size SUVs from the upper market brands. The headliners of this video are the all-new 2023 Lexus RX and its major competitors from the premium segment.
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#1 2023 Lexus RX
Despite being a 7-year old model, the Lexus RX has enjoyed the status of the best-selling Lexus across all markets. The new generation has no intentions of losing this title and therefore introduces a quartet of powertrains, renewed design and a finally an adequately technological cabin.
#2 2023 Mazda CX60
Mazda will be launching several all-new SUVs in 2023, among them the mid-size CX-60. This model will be marketed in Europe, Japan and Australia and it should give us a vague impression of how the USA bound CX-70 will look like.
#3 2022 Infiniti QX60
The mid-size Infiniti QX60 offers seating for 7 or 6 passengers, features upgraded interior design and technology, plus it gets 4 available trim levels, Pure, Luxe, Sensory, and Autograph.
#4 2023 Genesis GV80
For 2023, Genesis GV80 should not offer any drastic upgrades, though the company’s US website, does suggest that its lineup shrinks noticeably. The model should offer 2 engines, both with AWD as standard, 2 seating layouts, and 3 equipment packages.
#4 2022 Acura MDX
Acura’s largest SUV offering received a handsome redesign for the 2022 model year, which meant an adoption of the latest diamond grille and chicane headlights, higher level of athleticism and a 2.8 inches longer wheelbase.
#6 2022 Lincoln Nautilus
Rumors suggest that the 2023 will be last model year for the Lincoln Nautilus. It should be offered in two engine choices, a 2.0L 4-cylliner or a 2.7L V6, and three trims: Standard, Reserve and Black Label.