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Here Are 10 Most Expensive Luxury SUVs In The World – The Most Expensive Is Still Not In Nigeria

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Here Are 10 Most Expensive Luxury SUVs In The World - The Most Expensive Is Still Not In Nigeria - autojosh

Autojosh brings you 10 most expensive production luxury SUVs in the world – the second dubbed the jewel of SUV while the most expensive is still not available in Nigeria at the time of writing.

Ferrari, known for its sports cars, finally has a model in the lucrative SUV market after ignoring the profitable segment for so many years, claiming the concept didn’t match their company’s brand values.

Just like exclusive luxury SUVs from brands like Rolls-Royce and Bentley, which have all been their best selling models till date, the first-ever SUV will let Ferrari to turn a profit.

Here are 10 most expensive production luxury SUVs in the world, with the second dubbed the jewel of SUV while the most expensive is still not available in Nigeria at the time of writing.





10) Toyota Century

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Starts At : $170,000

Aimed at “young people and those who previously felt the sedan wasn’t for them”and designed to rival Cullinan and Bentayga, the Toyota Century is designed for chauffeur driving.

9) Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600

Here Are 10 Most Expensive Luxury SUVs In The World - The Most Expensive Is Still Not In Nigeria - autojosh

Starts at : $175,000

The Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 SUV arrived back in 2019 as Mercedes luxury brand’s first mass-produced SUV to wear the luxury Maybach badge.

8) Mercedes-AMG G63

Here Are 10 Most Expensive Luxury SUVs In The World - The Most Expensive Is Still Not In Nigeria - autojosh





Starts at : $180,000

The off-road-ready Mercedes-Benz G63 SUV is the high-performance and more luxurious version of the already impressive Mercedes-Benz G-Class (G550).

7) BMW XM Label Red

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Starts at : $185,000

The high-performance BMW XM Label isn’t only the most powerful M car ever produced, but also the fastest hybrid electric SUV at the Pikes Peak after driving to the top of famous course in record time of 10:48.60 minutes.

6) Range Rover SV Autobiography

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Starts at : $228,000

The SV Autobiography trim of the new Range Rover is undeniably the more luxurious and more customizable version of British-made luxury SUV.

5) Aston Martin DBX707

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Starts at : $232,000

The Limited-edition Aston Martin DBX707 with its 707 horsepower and a 193 mph top speed is the high-performance version of the standard DBX.

4) Lamborghini Urus Performante

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Starts at : $269,885 (top-trim)

The brand’s high-performance and best-selling Urus combines the vicious performance of a Lamborghini with the capability of an SUV.

3) Bentley Bentayga

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Starts at : $339,150

For the Bentayga, we chose the new Bentayga Extended Wheelbase (EWB) Mulliner, which arrived last year as the new pinnacle for the ultra-luxury Bentley model range.

2) Rolls-Royce Cullinan

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Starts at : $355,000

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan, the jewel in the crown of luxury SUVs, is not only one of the safest rides but also the most expensive luxury car on the Nigerian road.

1) Ferrari Purosangue

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Starts at : $402,050

Purosangue (pronounced as poo-row-sann-gway), Ferrari’s first SUV is expected to reach Nigerian car dealership this year following the start of deliveries late last year.





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