Every New Mid-Size Luxury Car for 2021 Ranked

According to many top car professionals and experts, these are the best mid size luxury cars in 2021. positivity ratio of these car users increased as compare to similar competitor to each car segment.

So Here Are The New Mid-Size Luxury Car for 2021

10. Lexus ES

The Lexus ES is more fun now than it was before, but it’s still the brand’s most conventional product and its best-selling vehicle. The front-wheel-drive ES, which is impeccably built, is known for its high quality and quiet, calm service. Most buyers will be satisfied with its performance, but it is not a sports sedan. There are several trim levels and powertrains to choose from. This year, Lexus introduces the ES 250, an entry-level model with all-wheel drive and a 203-hp four-cylinder engine. A 302-hp V-6 or a fuel-efficient hybrid powertrain are eligible for ES buyers. Unfortunately, Lexus has yet to replace the sluggish touchpad-based infotainment device.

  • $41,025 is the starting price.
  • 203-horsepower engine 2.5L inline-four, 302 horsepower 3.5L V-6; 2.5L inline-four, 118 horsepower AC electric motor, total 215 horsepower
  • 17 cubic feet of trunk space

9. Maserati Ghibli

The Ghibli is the only Italian in this grouping, and some of us have nicknamed it the Fredo of Maserati’s lineup. The Ghibli is the smaller of the brand’s two sedans, but it comes with spicy-sounding twin-turbocharged V-6 engines and a racy Trofeo trim with a 580-hp twin-turbo V-8 this year. Otherwise, the Ghibli has never lived up to its storied history or hefty price tag, particularly in terms of its switchgear and infotainment system, which are shared with other Fiat Chrysler automobiles. (Fiat Chrysler is the owner of Maserati.)

  • $73,685 is the starting price.
  • 345-horsepower twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6; 424-horsepower twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6; 580-horsepower twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8
  • 18 cubic feet of trunk space

8. BMW 5-Series

The BMW 5-series, once the show’s handsome star with an unbeatable combination of youthful energy and athleticism, has greyed around the temples and formed a muffin top. Customers seeking The Ultimate Driving Vehicle would be disappointed, as the 5-series isn’t as fun to drive as its predecessors or competitors in this class. It has moved away from its sporty origins, becoming more opulent and technologically advanced in the process. There are four models available, including a plug-in hybrid. When fitted with the optional twin-turbo inline-six and V-8 engines, the sedan is still capable of serious speed, but some of the old magic has been lost.

  • $55,195 is the starting amount.
  • 248 horsepower turbo 2.0L inline-four; 335 horsepower turbo 3.0L inline-six; 180 horsepower turbo 2.0L inline-four, 111 horsepower AC electric motor, total 248 horsepower; 456 horsepower twin-turbo 4.4L V-8
  • 15–19 cubic feet of trunk space

7. Mercedes-AMG CLS53

When you pair the Mercedes-Benz CLS-four-door class’s coupe body style with an AMG-tuned suspension and engine package, you get a beast with 429 horsepower and all-wheel drive. The CLS53 is based on the E-class, and it can accelerate to 60 mph in 4.0 seconds and cover the quarter-mile in 12.5 seconds at 111 mph. A smooth 3.0-liter inline-six engine with turbocharging and a mild 48-volt hybrid-assist system called EQ Boost produces 384 pound-feet of torque, silky refinement, and excellent fuel economy under its long hood.

  • $82,545 is the starting price.
  • 429 hp turbo- and supercharged 3.0L inline-six engine, 21 hp AC electric motor, total 429 hp
  • 12 cubic feet of trunk space

6. Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class

The Mercedes-Benz CLS-class is a pure style play, with its low-slung roof and more aggressive lines. The first CLS, focused on the mainstream E-class, is a design symbol that literally coined the word “four-door coupe.” The CLS450, with rear- or all-wheel drive and a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six coupled with a 48-volt hybrid-assist system called EQ Boost, is the only non-AMG option. The silky smooth setup produces 362 horsepower and accelerates the Benz from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds.

  • $71,295 is the starting price.
  • 362 horsepower combined (362-hp turbo 3.0L inline-six, 21-hp AC electric motor)
  • 12 cubic feet of trunk space

5. Genesis G80

The Genesis G80, which is new for 2021, moves up from 10th position on this list. Its base price has risen by around $5000 due to a modern look and a more luxurious interior. The G80, on the other hand, remains a luxury bargain, offering all of the features found on its competitors mentioned here. The base engine is now a 300-horsepower 2.5-liter inline-four, with a 375-horsepower twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 available as an option. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and are available with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. Regrettably, the 420-horsepower V-8 has been shelved.

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  • $48,725 is the starting price.
  • 300 horsepower turbo 2.5L inline four; 375 horsepower twin-turbo 3.5L V-6
  • 13 cubic feet of trunk space

4. Audi A6

The Audi A6 has always lagged behind the BMW 5-series and Mercedes E-class in terms of sales and celebrity. It is deserving of more. The A6 is competent in every way. It isn’t a thriller, but it also doesn’t put you to sleep. It’s an elegant, comfortable, and efficient four-door that does everything well, and we like its updated touchscreen infotainment system, which was redesigned last year. A 248-hp four-cylinder and a 335-hp 3.0-liter V-6 turbocharged engines are available, with the latter accelerating the sedan to 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds at our test track. A seven-speed automatic transmission is standard, as is Quattro all-wheel drive.

  • $55,945 is the starting price.
  • 248 horsepower turbo 2.0L inline four; 335 horsepower turbo 3.0L V-6
  • 14 cubic feet of trunk space

Audi A7

Consider the Audi A7 to be an A6 with a hatchback and nine additional cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seat. The two cars are mechanically similar, but the major news for the 2021 A7 is the inclusion of a plug-in hybrid model with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an electric motor for a total output of 362 horsepower. The A7 PHEV has a starting price of $75,895 and can travel 17 miles on electricity alone. The standard A7 has a 335-hp 3.0-liter V-6 engine with a 48-volt hybrid-assist system to reduce turbo lag and smooth stop-start operation. Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system is standard, as is a seven-speed automatic transmission.

  • $70,245 is the starting price.
  • 335 horsepower turbo 3.0L V-6; turbo 2.0L inline-four, AC electric motor, total 362 horsepower
  • 25 cubic feet of trunk space

2. Mercedes-Benz E-Class

The Mercedes-Benz E-class, which is synonymous with luxury, is having a mid-cycle refresh this year that includes the sedan, coupe, and cabriolet models. The updates include new front and rear styling, as well as a new steering wheel, the brand’s latest infotainment system, and improved driver-assistance technology. The E450’s twin-turbo V-6 is replaced by a new turbocharged inline-six cylinder engine with a 48-volt hybrid system that produces 362 horsepower and sends it to the sedan’s all-wheel drive system. The rear-wheel-drive E350e is a new plug-in hybrid platform with a four-cylinder engine and an electric motor with a combined output of 315 horsepower.

  • $55,300 is the starting point.
  • Engine: 255-horsepower turbo 2.0L inline-four; 362-horsepower twin-turbo 3.0L V-6; 255-horsepower turbo 2.0L inline-four, AC electric motor, total 315 horsepower
  • 13 cubic feet of trunk space

1. Mercedes-AMG E53

What could be more luxurious than a Mercedes E-class? One with more horsepower, larger tyres, and a suspension set up for quicker lefts and rights. The Mercedes-AMG E53 sits in the middle of the Mercedes-AMG lineup, between the entry-level models and the V-8-powered AMG E63 and E63 S. It might not be as powerful as its more powerful cousins, but it’s still a hot-rod version of the luxury sedan. Its AMG-tuned turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine produces 429 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque, and it’s shared with the CLS53.

The sedan’s standard air suspension treats twisty stretches of road as deftly as the urban scape and the highway, and the inline-six is combined with a sharp-shifting nine-speed automatic transmission and 4Matic all-wheel drive. The last E53 coupe we tested took 4.1 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph.

  • $74,950 is the starting price.
  • 429 hp turbo- and supercharged 3.0L inline-six engine, 21 hp AC electric motor, total 429 hp
  • 13 cubic feet of trunk space


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