Should you go for the muscle-bound German or the whimsical Brit? The choice is yours — and yours alone.
The phrase compact luxury crossover is so drab, so marketing-speak boring, that just typing it makes me want to find the nearest conference room and toss an ergo*nomically correct office chair through a PowerPoint presentation. A crossover is an amorphous straddler of worlds, neither car nor truck — kind of fast, sort of efficient, basically good-looking, and acceptably luxurious. This all-things-to-all-people formula seems to work, especially when it comes with a prestigious badge. The most popular Lexus is the crossover RX, which shares the guts of the ES sedan but outsells it nearly two to one.
by Ezra Dyer
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