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5 Cars: Luxury and Work

Sport utility vehicles to help you get the job done.

This week's 5 Cars is all about getting things done, be it hauling cargo to or from a local warehouse or playing chauffeur for the kids and their friends or teammates.

If you're planning on being productive during the slow shift from winter to spring, you'll need a sport utility vehicle that can transport your loved ones in comfort, style and safety while holding a lot of stuff.

Listings and photos come from Cars.com and AOL Autos.

2013 Cadillac Escalade AWD EXT Premium - $60,363

From Cars.com: This is one fine-looking ride! Covered in Black Raven Premium paint, this roomy four-door SUV features all-wheel drive, automatic transmission and a 403 hp 6.2 liter OHV 16 valve V-8 engine. And it's a Cadillac.

2012 BMW X5 xDrive35i - $55,989

From Cars.com: This sport utility vehicle mixes BMW style with serious function. This four-door model is in Alpine White and has all-wheel drive, an 8-Speed automatic transmission and a 4.4L V8 32V GDI DOHC Turbo engine.

 

2009 Mercedes-Benz ML63 4MATIC  - $48,788

From Cars.com: Elegance, room and power can all be found in this sleek SUV, which will make you look wonderfully superior at the discount warehouse. The vehicle is a black, four-door model with 4-wheel drive, a 7-speed automatic transmission and a 6.2LV8 32V MPFI DOHC engine.

 

2012 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE  - $57,777

From Cars.com: Ah, the Land Rover. To some, this is the SUV of all SUVs. This one has four doors, four-wheel drive, a 6-speed automatic transmission and a 5.4-liter V8 engine. This one will get a lot of hauling done for you.

 

2013 Ford Expedition Limited - $46,395

From Cars.com: This four-door sport utility for by four comes in White Platinum Metallic and matches good looks with solid American auto knowhow. It features a 6-speed automatic transmission, a 5.4 liter V8 24V engine. You can imagine yourself loading up the back at the hardware store; we know you can.

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