Its totally normal to want to engulf your big family in luxury each time when you depart on a journey and leave the comfort of your home. Unfortunately, very often this desire will be stifled by prohibitive price tags of premium seven-seater SUVs. In this episode we researched the entire luxury segment and will be presenting three row models with the lowest prices yet still highly sophisticated interiors and the highest safety ratings.
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#1 2022 Infiniti QX60
The 2nd generation of the QX60 brings the model closer to the modern styling standards and, more important, thoroughly revises its interior. The redesigned 2022 Infinity QX60 boasts a far more athletic stance than before and features a new origami mesh grille and a kimono-fold pattern in the LED headlights design.
#2 2022 Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy
Hyundai isn’t a luxury brand, but Palisade’s flagship trim is easily the best value for the money in the premium segment. Aesthetically Calligraphy trim is distinguished by exclusive 20-inch alloy wheels, revised fascias and light signatures.
#3 2022 Buick Enclave
The mid-cycle refresh for the 2022 Buick Enclave brings it closed to the rest of the brand’s SUV family and boasts similar updates to the Chinese version of the model. Among these are the new grille as well as revised LED headlights and taillights.
#4 2022 Acura MDX
Arriving as an expected follow up to the already presented RDX SUV and TLX sedan, the next generation MDX 3-row absorbs Acura’s new design language and significantly raises the level of luxury.
#5 2021 Peugeot 5008
Out of the Stellantis mass-market trio of Opel, Citroen and Peugeot, the premium credentials of the latter are steadily being raised. In 2021, the largest crossover-SUV from Peugeot adopts the brand’s latest design approach. To match today’s lineup, the 5008 7-seater should be considered in the top GT Premium trim.
#6 2021 Cadillac XT6
2021 Cadillac XT6 is the smaller and the least premium of the two Caddy 3-rows. It offers 7 seats as standard and gets 3 trim levels to choose from. The entry level modification, dubbed Luxury, comes powered by a new 2-liter turbo engine with 237 hps.
#7 2021 Lexus RXL
2021 Lexus RXL comes pretty well equipped for the money. On the outside, the model features the usual spindle grille, slim LED headlights, 18inch wheels and a power liftgate. The RX350L offers NuLuxe interior with a power-folding 3rd row, keyless entry and start, 9-speaker audio, and Lexus Safety Sense 2.0. The standard media system is an 8-inch display without touchscreen capability.
#8 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLB
This all-new Mercedes was introduced in 2020 as a missing link between the subcompact GLA and compact GLC Class SUVs. Due to better space distribution the MFA2 platform of the former allowed to fit 7-seats, though this also called for a more angular style.
#9 2021 GMC Acadia Denali
The entire Acadia’s lineup boasts several distinctive exterior styling cues, such as a massive front grille, dropped fascia, and LED headlights. But if your priority is travelling confidently and comfortably to long distances, the top-range Denali model is the only Acadia to meet these requirements.
#10 2021 Land Rover Discovery Sport
Since 2017 this more civil version of the Discovery SUV has been the bestselling Land Rover model. The 2nd generation was introduced in 2020 and is underpinned by the Premium Transverse architecture just like the Range Rover Evoque.