With its tall profile, the Crown takes on sedans and wagons, and even dabbles in crossovers.
The Charger is aging, but it still appeals for its high-power V-8 models and muscle-car character.
The Chrysler 300 is essentially the same car, but it goes for a more upscale clientele.
The ES from sister brand Lexus combines comfort and style, but isn't as roomy as the Crown.
The Nissan Maxima aims for a sporty vibe, but is mostly just a comfortable everyday driver.
The Volvo V90 wagon has tons of space and cool Scandanavian style.
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