If you've got the cash, you can't go wrong with either.
Only a few years ago it would have been hard to believe this segment would become so vital for automakers. SUVs, and even a few crossovers, were typically large enough to fit the entire family plus all of their stuff. Today, however, things are a bit different. Land Rover changed the game when it launched the Range Rover Evoque back in 2011. Overnight, it became the must have semi-off roader for wealthy buyers.
It was also solid in the performance department as well. And now Porsche has followed suit with the all-new Macan. Sure, it may look like a smaller Cayenne, but the Macan has an attitude all its own. It's not meant for off-road use, but on the track it's a different story. Both the Evoque and Macan are aimed at the premium market, and each one has its own unique flavor. And yet they're still direct competitors.