Honda Odyssey The Odyssey is powered by a V6 engine with beautiful luxury interior,more spacious and looking brighter. Honda Odyssey comes with an optional rear-seat DVD system with a 16.2-in. (41 cm) screen — with split-screen capability. You can have a navigation system to get updates on traffic conditions around the vehicle. The exterior has also been redesigned, giving the car a sleeker, more aerodynamic look. The Odyssey is powered by a V6 engine and still comes with sliding doors. Starting price is $29,000.
Buick Regal Buick brand has 182 horsepower engine with six-speed transmission that, on average, will get 23 miles per gallon in city driving and 30 m.p.g. on the highway. General Motors is rebuilding the Buick brand the car with a larger backseat, European-style suspension from Germany with high-tech & fuel-efficient, four-cylinder American motor. its crisp steering and handling give the nimble feel of a smaller car. Starting price is $26,000.
Kia Sportage Kia Sportage has been equipped with electric power steering, which improves the overall handling and boosts the fuel-economy rating of the new four-cylinder engines to 23 m.p.g. in the city and 31 m.p.g. on the highway. The Sportage comes with a backup camera, a navigation system and dual-zone climate controls. Starting price is about $19,000
Ford Explorer Ford Explorer is under the (SUV) sport-utility segment. The new Explorer has unibody construction , so the vehicle is lighter and less cumbersome. The result is a smoother ride,and more fuel-efficient. The vehicle’s handling has been given a boost with the inclusion of a steering system with electric power assist, while its fuel economy has been improved by a new, more efficient engine that delivers 17 m.p.g. in the city and up to 25 m.p.g. on the highway. The vehicle also comes with the latest communications gear from the Ford-Microsoft combine. Starting price is $28,000.
Mazda 2 The Mazda 2 gets 100 horsepower from its 1.6-liter engine, while a solid suspension and excellent steering give the car great presence on the road. It also has an excellent sound system and a handy fifth door in the rear. The short wheelbase makes it easy to park in tight, urban spaces, and it comes with a full range of safety equipment, including six airbags, antilock brakes, traction control and stability control. Starting price is $14,000.
Jeep Grand Cherokee The Chrysler Group has made the 2011 Grand Cherokee more refined on the inside, more fuel-efficient (with a V6 engine that gets 16 m.p.g. in the city and 23 m.p.g. on the highway) and more comfortable overall. The suspension has been completely reworked to make the Grand Cherokee steadier and less harsh on the highway. But the four-wheel-drive version retains the ability to go off-road in places where most SUVs get stuck. Starting price is $30,000.
Hyundai Equus Hyundai Equus powered by a 385-horsepower V8 engine, with a large, rear-wheel, luxury interior. The Equus sleek design reduces drag, helping it get almost 24 m.p.g. on the highway. The car comes with an elaborate electronic package, including an entertainment system with 17 speakers for anything from an iPod to HD radio to compact discs, a high-definition navigation system, a lane-departure warning system and electronic vehicle-stability management. It is equipped with nine airbags and a rear seat befitting a limousine and comes with Hyundai’s standard 10-year warranty. Starting price is $57,700
Volkswagen’s Jetta is the huge compact car with 2.5-liter engine delivers 170 horsepower and gets 22 m.p.g. in the city and 30 m.p.g. on the highway.Volkswagen’s Jetta has a large compact wheelbase, luxury interior Space. It comes with a full list of comfort and convenience features, like a brake-pad-wear indicator, a multifunction trip computer that tracks time and distance as well as average speed and fuel consumption. Starting price is $17,000.
Toyota Scion tC The Scion tC is Equipped with a 180-horsepower engine, with good fuel economy of 23 m.p.g. in the city and 31 m.p.g. on the highway. It has a solid feel on the road, excellent brakes, steady ride and handling. Starting price for the automatic model is $19,900.
Nissan Rogue Nissan Rogue 2.5 liter four-cylinder engine will get 22 m.p.g. in the city and 28 m.p.g. on the highway. The Rogue comes with a long list of features, including xenon headlights, heated outside mirrors, UV-reducing glass, remote keyless entry and a fold-down passenger seat for extra long cargo. Starting price is $20,810.