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2007 Cadillac Escalade

2007 Cadillac Escalade

We try to refrain from saying things like "Chromed out," but times like this warrant it. The 2007 Cadillac Escalade (starting at $57,300) is clad in chrome from top to bottom — every little piece that could be chrome, is. The new Escalade boasts a 403-horsepower 6.2L Vortec V8 engine, a ton of cargo space, available 22-inch wheels, Bose stereo, and an interior made up of leather, brushed aluminum and burled trim. Man, do we love shiny new toys.

  • 2006 Toyota RAV4

    We refuse to buy a huge SUV that sucks the gas and handles like a Radio Flyer. And until now, the options out there for a smaller SUV didn't do much for us. The all-new 2006 RAV4 (starting at $20,300) looks to be the answer. It has a larger body with 40% more cargo space than the previous model, and it's more responsive and bunches more stylish. As a bonus, the new RAV gets 24 MPG around town and 30 on the highway — crazy for something that can actually haul a good bit of stuff.

  • Jeep Commander

    Even though there will always be people to buy big SUVs, we feel a bit sorry for Jeep for coming out with the Commander (starting at $28,200) right now with the crazy price of gas. Nevertheless, it's one tough hombre that we wouldn't mind having. In addition to a rugged exterior, it features 3-row stadium seating, dual skylights, a 5.7 HEMI V8, and Quadra-Drive II 4-wheel drive. The Commander also offers 3-zone climate control, available GPS navigation, DVD system, and the ability to go just about anywhere.