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2011 Volkswagen Touareg

Lighter, sportier, and more fuel efficient than the original, the new 2011 Volkswagen Touareg ($TBA) is the next evolution of vee-dub's full-size SUV. The 2011 model weighs in a nearly 460 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, and offers a wide range of powerplants, including a hybrid that can be driven up to 30 mph on electricity alone. Other features include standard eight-speed automatic transmissions, two flavors of four-wheel drive — standard 4Motion and the more rugged 4XMotion — a 6.5-inch touch screen, Bi-Xenon headlights, the largest sunroof available on any SUV, Adaptive Cruise Control, optional 19-inch alloy wheels, and Lane and Side Assist to keep you in your lane and out of the way of blind spot dwellers.

  • MINI Countryman

    As the company's first vehicle with four doors, you'd expect the MINI Countryman ($TBA) to be a little different from its stablemates, and indeed it is. The Countryman is more crossover than go-kart, with an optional ALL4 all-wheel drive system, an elevated seating position, more ground clearance, and an innovative customizable Center Rail that lets you use the space in between the seats however you see fit, but still retains the classic MINI exterior styling, rounded gauges, and, perhaps most importantly, performance.

  • 2010 Toyota 4Runner

    Designed fresh from the ground up, the 2010 Toyota 4Runner ($27,500-$39,800) will have you thinking twice before swearing off SUVs. Available with either a 2.7-liter four-cylinder or 4.0-liter V6 engine, the new 4Runner features blockier, more aggressive exterior styling, an all-new, more refined interior, an optional X-REAS suspension system, all the creature comforts you'd expect, and even a "party mode" for the stereo that boosts the bass and shifts the equalization to the rear speakers for a more rocking tailgating experience.