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Best Used Luxury SUVs for Canadian Winter

Best Used Luxury SUVs for Canadian Winter

With winter setting in, a little luxury when undertaking the daily commute would be nice. Here are four top-of-the-line SUVs that can add that touch of comfort.

 

BMW X7

BMW X7

 

The X7 comes standard with all-wheel drive, enhancing road holding in slippery conditions. 

 

There is a wide range of driver assistance features, too. BMW’s Active Driving System is crammed with driver aids that enhance safety, such as lane deviation, blind-spot monitoring, and emergency braking. The built-in parking assistance sensors offer help, too. 

 

The X7 has the latest technology available on the easy-to-read touch screen. Navigation and a wide range of infotainment options are standard features.

 

The cabin is luxurious, with seating for six or seven adults. The front seats are heated and have power adjustments to ensure a comfortable ride. The X7 has four zones for climate control, ensuring  passengers are comfortable. 

 

Negative Points

Negative Points

 

This large, luxurious vehicle has a commensurate price tag and heavy fuel consumption. 

 

This vehicle can expect around 12 L/100km around town and 9 L/100km on the highway.

 

Mercedes-Benz GLS Class

 

This is a large vehicle with ample space for both people and cargo. It has three rows of seats and almost 500 litres of cargo space behind them.

 

This vehicle has a turbo inline-6 or a bi-turbo V8, with hybrid electrification lowering emissions. 

 

The GLS has all-wheel drive, and the air-suspension system makes for exceptional ride quality. It has advanced technology and driver assistance features. 

 

The interior is luxurious, with heated front seats. Ventilation and massage are available for all three rows. 

 

There is five-zone climate control to keep all passengers comfortable.

 

Negative Points

Negative Points 2

 

Price will always be a factor in luxury SUVs, and the GLS comes in at the upper end of this segment. 

 

Fuel consumption is 11-15 L/100 km combined.

 

Mercedes-Benz G63

Mercedes-Benz G63

 

The G-Wagon is a classy vehicle that stands on its own. It is a competent but boxy 4X4 that is at home off-road and on streets.

 

The galvanised steel body and corrosion protection give this vehicle exceptional build quality.

 

The cabin is luxurious, and there is a full range of driver assistance features for on- and off-road use.

 

Negative Points 

Negative Points 3

 

Its one of the most expensive vehicles from Mercedes making it costly and high mantainance

 

Fuel consumption is 11-15 L/100 km combined.

 

No touchscreen for the infotainment system.

 

Land Rover Range Rover

Land Rover Range Rover

 

This flagship of the Land Rover range comes with several drivetrain options, including a plug-in hybrid. Ensures options to suit most buyers.

 

Adaptive air suspension smooths out the bumps in the road and ensures an effortless drive. The vehicle has Land Rover’s enviable four-wheel-drive capability for additional traction when required.

 

The interior is plush with plenty of leather, soft-touch plastic, aluminium, and fine-grain wood. A quiet ride ensured due to well insulated cabin.

 

Negative Points 

 

The price is a negative for this vehicle, but you get a lot of car for the money. 

 

Fuel consumption is 11-13 L/100 km combined.

 

The infotainment system can be slow to respond and a little glitchy. 

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