Another Range Rover is in seventh place – the flagship Autobiography model, which comes equipped with everything from a sliding panoramic sunroof to massaging front seats and a heated leather and wood steering wheel.
6. BMW 3 Series
The 3 Series no longer dominates the executive saloon class in the way it once did, but it still has plenty to attract both buyers and the unscrupulous, because it combines fun handling with sharp looks and a smart, user-friendly interior.
This rival to the BMW 5 Series and Jaguar XF is probably the best mainstream Mercedes on sale today; it’s elegant, classy, well equipped and good to drive.
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