S-Class is a luxury sedan that has the highest overall score in terms of quality and space. At the front, it comes with 16-way power-adjustable seats. The car features a massaging function and adjustable bolsters on its standard multi-contour seats. The massaging front seats are standard on the car's Convertible model and the S-Class Coupe.
The S-Class has legroom in the rear seats that make it easier for tall passengers to stretch out. There’s also an option for a rear right-side executive seat, that allows you to push a button to move an empty front passenger seat forward. This provides even more space.
However, one of its drawbacks is the fact that the trunks in some models, the Convertible and Coupe, are relatively small. You might also have to take some time getting used to the car's infotainment system.
Panamera Sport Turismo is built for comfort and performance. The front seats are supportive, and you can easily find a comfortable driving position as they are highly adjustable to fit your body.
The car has ample head and legroom. Its spacious and comfortable rear seats offer great outward visibility to both the sides and front. At the back, sufficient legroom is available, with the Executive model offering limousine-like space.
Unfortunately, the Panamera Sport Turismo doesn’t come with Android Auto. You might also find it hectic to operate most of its functions since the car features touch controls.
without compromising fit-and-finish or quality. This powerful car provides unmatched space: up to 103 cubic feet behind the front-row seats in the base model. The quiet and spacious cabin can accommodate seven or eight people.
The Navigator features high-quality materials. Leather upholstery is standard for the first two rows. The front and second-row seats are heated, and the front ones are also ventilated.
All the seats can recline, and they’re designed for maximum comfort, with ample head and legroom in all rows. The only drawback that this SUV has is that its competitors in the class offer much smoother rides.
V90 Cross Country. The Cross Country features a rugged appearance and additional ground clearance that makes it easier for taller drivers to climb into the car.
The seats are very comfortable, and the rear is spacious enough for taller drivers even if the front-row passengers slide back. One of the drawbacks you might find in this car is limited cargo space and a laggy infotainment system.
With a more expensive vehicle, you’ll want to make sure it’s properly protected by car insurance.
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