Chrysler 200C ($31,470)

Thank you, Chrysler, for a truly competitive midsize car interior that is stylish, roomy and clever.

Dodge Durango ($50,965)

Effectively executes black-and-tan color scheme, but a few fit-and-finish concerns cost it points.

Fiat 500L ($25,445)

Two-tone gray cabin feels disjointed with caramel-colored leather accents. And what’s with four A-pillars?

GMC Sierra Denali ($56,685)

Reconfigurable gauges, excellent ergonomics and plugs-aplenty help GMC advance market for premium pickups.

GMC Yukon Denali ($71,780)

Would like more third-row space, but power-folding second and third rows could seal deal.

Hyundai Equus ($68,920)

If luxury-brand honchos weren’t sweating before, they should be now. Money saved can pay for chauffeur.

Hyundai Genesis ($55,700 estimated)

Door trim successfully blends five disparate materials, and Hyundai pulls it off beautifully.

Infiniti Q50S Hybrid ($55,455)

With one display screen atop another, Q50 is a test lab for how much info drivers can handle in center stack.