4.BMW 5 Series
According to CarVertical, reports show that the BMW 5 Series sedan without a diesel engine has a reliability rating of close to 97%. Adding to its reliability, the latest model offers a wide range of Turbo 4 and V8 engines. Power output varies from his 248 hp on the base model to 627 hp on the BMW M5 CS.
The M5 trim reaches 60 mph in less than 4 seconds. The BMW 5 Series also has his PHEV variant with an electric range of 21 miles. Whichever powertrain you choose, all these sedans deliver a comfortable ride.
Adaptive suspension is available on the higher grades and sport-tuned suspension on the top-of-the-line M5 CS. For model year 2021, all BMW 5 Series sedans have been refreshed with improved seat materials and some upgraded technical features.
3. Volvo S90
The latest Volvo S90 models are more expensive than most midsize luxury sedans, but are reportedly the most reliable. The base model starts at $57,000, with Hybrid Recharge starting at $70,500. However, even his petrol-only S90 is efficient thanks to the standard mild-hybrid powertrain.
This engine is turbocharged and supercharged, capable of 295 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. It makes 23/32 mpg city/highway, but the hybrid version manages 29 mpg city/highway combined. It also offers a range of 38 miles. Both models come with standard AWD.
Each Volvo S90 has two rows of plush seating and is available in Nappa leather in higher trim. The infotainment system runs through the familiar Google interface, but its extensive menu can be difficult for some drivers to master. The physical control buttons are small, but seem durable.
2. Lexus ES
The Lexus ES is nearly $13,000 cheaper than the Volvo S90, but the base engine only makes 203 horsepower. It also has AWD, but the Athletic 350 model is FF only. These put out 302 horsepower on tap with better acceleration.
Both are also available in a sport variant with performance suspension and sport seats. Full-featured luxury trim is in the $50,000 range and comes with a few convenient and safe features.
Despite the technology offerings and drivetrain enhancements, owners report few Lexus ES repairs. Oil leaks and GPS problems are reportedly the most common, neither of which are costly to repair. The new ES model also comes with his one year free maintenance from Lexus.
It’s worth noting that the Lexus ES also offers an above-average (by luxury standards) powertrain and basic warranty coverage. Powertrain warranty is 70,000 miles or 6 years.
1. Lexus GX: the most reliable luxury car
This SUV is often rated outright in Consumer Reports for reliability, and the base trim is packed with features too. The GX shows excellent off-road potential, so its impressive reliability is reassuring. Unfortunately, the Lexus GX doesn’t have the best engine compared to its rivals.
Its lone V8 only makes 301 hp and gets an estimated 16 mpg combined city/highway. However, the interior space is large and the luggage compartment is sufficient. Styling elements of the classy interior include leather seats in many colors and wood trim.