Help pick my next car! Can't decide?

So my grandaddy said he would buy me a car for my birthday! Here are the options (all of these cars are either leased if new or certified if used)

-2011 BMW X3
-2011 BMW 3 series
-2015 Honda CR-V
-2015 Nissan Rogue
-2014 Jeep Liberty Sport
-2011 VW Tiguan
-2012 Audi A4
-2015 Mazda CX-5
-2011 Buick LaCrosse
-2012

So my grandaddy said he would buy me a car for my birthday! Here are the options (all of these cars are either leased if new or certified if used)

-2011 BMW X3
-2011 BMW 3 series
-2015 Honda CR-V
-2015 Nissan Rogue
-2014 Jeep Liberty Sport
-2011 VW Tiguan
-2012 Audi A4
-2015 Mazda CX-5
-2011 Buick LaCrosse
-2012 Lincoln MKZ
-2012 Lincoln MKS
-2011 Land Rover LR2
-2012 Acura RDX
-2014 Buick Encore
-2012 Volvo XC60
-2010 BMW 5 series
-2010 Lexus RX 350
-2012 Mercedes C Class
-2012 BMW X1
-2010 Audi Q5
-2013 Audi A3

I understand, this is a lot of options and they are all pretty different (sedan, crossover, suv). You don't necessarily need to pick one, just help me rule some out. The car will be just for everyday use.

Other answer:

MORNICK!:
The real problem with your list is that, since it includes some very different vehicles, it appears that you have no real idea what you want a car FOR. What kind of driving will you be doing ? Frankly, for most people, SUVs are spectacularly stupid vehicles to own, as 99.9% of SUV owners never go one foot off road, and SUVs have poor handling, lousy carrying capacity for their size and weight, and that size and weight makes them gas pigs. Yes, gas is relatively cheap NOW, that doesn't guarantee that it still will be in five years.

Another issue to consider is what will each car cost to insure. Given the range of cars you list, there will be some major differences in this cost between them, and if you are a young driver, whichever car you pick will not be cheap to insure. Any car on which there are payments will have to carry full coverage, including collision and replacement value.

Frankly, your whole list is sh!t. I wouldn't want any of them. A nice new or lightly used Honda Civic or Ford Focus would be a far better, more efficient and more economical choice.

Kim R:
The most practical is the Honda CRV. Go out and test drive some of these and you will see they are very different, and you will like some and not like others based on just being in them. I have ruled out certain cars by an awkward steering wheel design or having a large blind spot. You'll never know until you try them out. Personally, I like Audis.
mccoyblues:
You're really undecided if you can't narrow your list down to anything less than 21 cars. You have no idea what you want or what you need.

Let's assume your a teenager and this is your first car since you didn't bother letting us know(A huge part of knowing which car is most appropriate is knowing your age) and you mentioned your grandaddy (nobody over 20 would use that word)

Here's my advice

-2011 BMW X3 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2011 BMW 3 series Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2015 Honda CR-V Good choice but buy used, not new
-2015 Nissan Rogue Good choice but buy used, not new
-2014 Jeep Liberty Sport Good choice but buy used, not new
-2011 VW Tiguan Good choice
-2012 Audi A4 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2015 Mazda CX-5
-2011 Buick LaCrosse Not age appropriate
-2012 Lincoln MKZ Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2012 Lincoln MKS Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2011 Land Rover LR2 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2012 Acura RDX Not age appropriate,
-2014 Buick Encore Hate this thing
-2012 Volvo XC60 Not age appropriate
-2010 BMW 5 series Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2010 Lexus RX 350 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2012 Mercedes C Class Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2012 BMW X1 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2010 Audi Q5 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own
-2013 Audi A3 Not age appropriate, too expensive to own

TrucksAreCool:
Lincoln MKS
forsakener:
if you choose mazda i would get the mazda 3 sadan or the hatchback or the 6 they would give you better gas millage
Erik:
I despise SUVs, so either the BMW or the Mercedes.