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2007 BMW X5

2007 BMW X5

BMW's X5 line has needed an overhaul for a while now, and it got one for 2007. The all-new 2007 BMW X5 ($TBA) features more interior room with a third row of seating, a new inline six-cylinder engine that makes 260hp — an even more powerful 350hp, 4.8L V8 is also an option — enhanced x-Drive all-wheel drive, 50/50 weight distribution, and more tech-oriented options than ever before, including standard run-flat tires, the BMW Assist Bluetooth system, an iDrive on-board control system, heads-up display, rear-view camera for parking, and a premium sound system that features 600 watts of power, Dolby 5.1 surround sound and 16 speakers. One of the most elegant, complete SUVs on the road just got a whole lot better.

  • Toyota FJ Cruiser

    We've been holding off on writing about the FJ Cruiser until we test drove one, but it seems they're sold out at every Toyota dealer nearby. So, we're just going to highlight it here before it becomes really old news. The FJ Cruiser (starting at $21,700) is one of the few SUVs with a suspension and frame system that was actually created for real off-road use. Combine that with a spectacularly progressive design that looks nearly identical to the original concept, and you've got the coolest thing on four wheels that isn't afraid of a little dirt.

  • Mazda CX-7

    Mazda's 2006 CX-7 is a crossover sport-utility vehicle that (without sounding too much like a commercial) offers the styling and ride of car, but the convenience and space of an SUV. With RX-8 inspired details, the Mazda CX-7 (starting at $24,300) is powered by a 244-hp 2.3 liter turbocharged engine, comes with an available Bose audio system, GPS navigation, and rear view camera monitor, and is a nice change from all of the super boxy SUVs on the market right now.