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2006 Volkswagen Touareg V6

2006 Volkswagen Touareg V6

Although it has a funny name, the Volkswagen Touareg (starts at $37,000) is no joke. It shares more than a couple parts with it's high performance cousin, the Porsche Cayenne, has 240hp, and features options like adjustable Bi-Xenon headlights, keyless access, 19" wheels, and a multifunction computer. Plus, it's like half as much as the Cayenne, so you can get one for your wife too.

  • 2006 Audi A3

    Audi's new A3 (starting at $25,500) is hands down the best wagon-esque automobile you can currently buy for the money. While officially called a Sportback, the 2006 A3 offers 36.4 cubic feet of room and the best mix or sportiness and luxury that you'll find in a 5-door car. It packs a turbo four-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and can be ordered with an optional DVD-based navigation system with a full-color screen, 6-CD changer, and two SD memory card slots for your MP3s.

  • 2006 Hummer H3

    Ever since we heard that Hummer was selling its military-inspired off-road vehicle to common folk, we’ve wanted one. Then the H2 came along, tantalizingly closer to an affordable price, but still too expensive for a person in their late teens to early twenties. Now Hummer brings off-road excellence to an even more accessible price point with the Hummer H3 (starting at $29,995). This shorter, lighter Hummer doesn’t skimp on Hummer-ish stats, despite the lower price point — it sports a 220hp Vortec engine, can handle a 16 inch vertical scale, and ford water 24 inches deep — four more than the H2.