First off, we’re gonna defend our choice of putting a Hyundai in the “luxury” category. Not only is the Nexo at the price point of a luxury SUV, it also has something a little different common compact SUVs lack. The Nexo is the only hydrogen fuel-cell SUV sold in the United States, but it can be tough to find stations unless you live in California.
As for other aspects of the SUV, it has an impressive cruising range that’s much better than electric vehicles. You can expect to get around 380 miles, depending on your driving habits. It also has a pretty spacious interior. Unfortunately, the Nexo is made well, but it’s also expensive, and fuel can be challenging to find. That means we had to put it at the bottom. The starting MSRP of the Nexo is $59,435.