BMW 5 SERIES
The new BMW 5 Series, that’s like saying either the new VW Golf or the new Mini. Although it has almost all the new parts, we all know exactly what it will be: a great-driving, excellently-built, elegant luxury car, with a list of options that crosses the entire dealer’s forecourt. The new components, by the way, are based on the current 7-Series floor pan and frame. Thanks to aluminum all over the body, the body is impressively light but the 5 doesn’t have the pricier 7’s fancy carbon fiber structural elements.
Comfort and athletic Daring claims, and possibly appropriate considering that the A6 is based on the same platform as the A7 and A8, and therefore gets a great deal of new tech. Nearly all on its larger, more complex main rivals, except in particular the sophisticated AI autonomy of the A8, available. Technology such as all-wheel steering, the mild-hybrid system for engine-off coasting up to 99mph.
Mercedes Benz E-Class
It is bigger and roomier than the previous edition; it uses high-strength steel and aluminum frame to minimize weight. The range ‘s big-selling axis, the 220d, is now having a revolutionary new four-cylinder all-alloy diesel engine, the upshot being a vehicle weighing 100 kg less than the one it replaces. Already, there is a 350d, and further models to follow.
Price: £50,225- £96,180
The Crown, the prominent high-end car in Japan, has continued to develop and reach the boundaries, providing ever more sophisticated driving efficiency and state-of-the-art connected functions. The new Crown is a car that will take your breath away in every single aspect including design, driving.
The futuristic range-topping saloon of jaguar remains a striking vehicle, even three years after its launch. It has been updated for 2014, with slightly improved suspension settings, stronger sat-nav, a regular eight-speed car with stop-start plus significant diesel performance improvements. Now it’s again being facelifted, with updated engines and interior equipment, full-LED headlights, and more distinctive daytime running lights ‘J-blade.’
It is the new take on Sweden’s executive saloon in Germany. The super-slick S90 comes after the aging, slightly anonymous S80. It takes the conventional Volvo three-box design and upgrades it with XC90 styling references. It is bold, but in a class dominated by rationality and reason
The Toyota Camry is nearly as big as the BMW 5 Series but cheaper than any BMW 3 Series, and only available with the same type of hybrid ‘self-charging’ system as the Prius. This means a 4-cylinder engine, 2.5 liters here, and a CVT transmission-basically the same drivetrain that you get in the Lexus ES.
Graceful handling is an Accord hallmark and its athletic chassis, lightly weighted steering, and balanced ride come standard across the line-up. Also, standard: a suite of driver-assistance features including automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. The 2020 Accord is not only the best-driving family sedan; it’s also one of the best-equipped choices in its class, making it an easy recommendation for today’s car shoppers.
The 2020 Genesis G80 stands out in a class full of stylish luxury mid-size cars, but that’s more to do with its intriguing engine options and lower price than style. Rest assured, this Genesis is not a cut-rate sedan trying to masquerade to the upper class. Rather, its creamy ride and comfortable cabin provide an upscale experience for a broader consumer range. While the base engine is better avoided, both its V-6 and V-8 twin-turbo make great sounds and provide great acceleration.