In the world of high-performance vehicles, one category that always seems to get ripped apart are high-performance sport-utility vehicles.

Even though everyone seems to like them and even though they are making their way into quite a few driveways these days.

Frankly, I am getting tired of the stupidity associated with pundits claiming there is no use for these products and that they're senseless. Just more proof points that shows these buff books have NO idea what they're talking about.

I digress.

**Read Agent 00R's review of the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR HERE!

It doesn't get as ferocious as the likes of the BMW X6M, Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S Coupe, Porsche Cayenne Turbo S and Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR. BUT, ultimately, which one is the king of the castle?

All of the offerings are different in their own way but only one can be given the seat at the head of the table. See the verdict below and click "Read Article" if you want to learn more about the test.

Do YOU agree with the results? What say you, Spies?

4th Place: Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S Coupe

Power and comfort and steering for days, but it gets some big things wrong. A blatant photocopy should not be duller than the original.

3rd Place: Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

A refresh is coming and not a moment too soon. It’s still great to drive, but all them gray hairs make the old king look, well, old.

2nd Place: Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR

We’re not sure who needs the straitjacket more, the SVR or the team that tuned it. SUVs should (probably) not power oversteer, yet here we are.

1st Place: BMW X6 M

An absolute rocket—0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds—and a delight to drive. Giant, deranged smiles can make you overlook shortcomings. It’s the cheapest contender here, too.

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CAR WARS! Insane SUV Edition: BMW X6M vs. Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S Coupe vs. Porsche Cayenne Turbo S vs. Range Rover Sport SVR

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