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Best and worst luxury cars

Luxury cars need to be opulent enough to tempt people used to the best of everything and as good to drive as they are to be driven in. Here we count down the top 10 – and name the ones to avoid

Words ByClaire Evans

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7. Audi A6

You might wonder how the A6 can compete with the likes of the 7 Series, given that it's so much cheaper, but it's actually similarly classy inside and is a great cruiser. There's also lots of equipment on every version, and if you go for our recommended 2.0-litre diesel model, you'll enjoy low tax bills. Just bear in mind that a new A6 is due early next year.

Our pick 2.0 TDI Ultra

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6. Volvo S90

If you want something different from the usual German luxury cars, this Scandinavian luxury saloon may be just what you’re looking for. It has a bright, spacious interior and plenty of standard equipment. It puts comfort above handling, though, so if you’re after the best driver’s car, you may be better off looking elsewhere.

Our pick D4 Momentum

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5. Jaguar XF

If you've grown bored of the luxury offerings from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, then Jaguar's XF might be the answer to your prayers. Unlike some other cars on this list, the XF majors on being great to drive, yet it's also comfortable over long distances and, in Portfolio specification, gets extras including a reversing camera, keyless entry and start and split-folding rear seats.

Our pick 2.0d 180 Prestige

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Read on to see more of our favourite luxury cars, and the ones to avoid

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