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Mid-size Luxury SUV: Porsche Cayenne
2nd place: BMW X-5
3rd place: Mercedes-Benz M-class

Porsche owners pay a lot to be part of that privileged class, but they love what they get. As an overall brand, Porsche boasts the highest average scores in this survey. (Jaguar was second and Cadillac third, although neither of those brands an individual model that topped any given category.)

The Cayenne, in particular, earned high scores in all areas, but owners particularly like the way it drives. That would obviously be an emphasis for a brand like Porsche.

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