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2007 Ford Escape Hybrid
“The Escape Hybrid drives like a normal vehicle, with the engine controls deciding when the vehicle should be using electric power, or gas power, or both. All a driver does is drive.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
33/29 
1
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2007 Mercury Mariner Hybrid
“The battery pack is located under the cargo floor and doesn't materially reduce the cargo capacity.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
33/29 
2
2007 Saturn VUE Hybrid
“The Vue has a roomy cabin, comfortable ride, and the availability of relatively inexpensive Green Line hybrid.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
27/32 
3
2007 Jeep Compass
26/30 
3
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2007 Jeep Patriot
26/30 
4
2007 Honda CR-V
“Lots of standard safety and convenience features and Honda's reputation for reliability and resale value further bolster its appeal--and cement its reputation as a good buy in this class.” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
23/30 
5
2007 Chevrolet HHR
“The speed-sensitive power steering is tuned to match suspension performance. The HHR LT1 tested was pleasantly agile with short turning circles.” — Chicago Tribune   See More Reviews
22/30 
5
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2007 Chevrolet HHR Panel
“We found the Chevy HHR to be fun to drive. It isn't a sports car, but it's nimble and we were pleased with its acceleration. The HHR feels more responsive than its horsepower, torque, and transmission ratio numbers suggest. Plus, it gets decent fuel economy.” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
22/30 
6
2007 Subaru Forester
“According to the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) front crash tests, the Forester was the only SUV in its class to be rated 'Good'” — Canadian Driver   See More Reviews
22/29 
7
2007 Toyota RAV4
“The optional 3.5-liter V6 is quick and returns 22 mpg.” — Consumer Reports   See More Reviews
23/27 
8
2007 Ford Escape
“I found the Escape's handling to be stable, predictable, and the driving experience to be enjoyable.” — Canadian Driver   See More Reviews
22/27 
9
2007 Mercury Mariner
“Two-tone suede and leather seating steals the show...and combined with contrasting stitching, the look is very handsome.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
23/26 
10
2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser
21/27 
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2007 Kia Sportage
“The Sportage scores on the safety front by including standard four-wheel disc brakes, seat-mounted side-impact airbags for front occupants and front and rear head-protecting curtain airbags.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
22/26 
12
2007 Saturn VUE
“Vue's deficits in handling and overall refinement are nearly balanced by its outstanding V6 performance.” — Consumer Guide   See More Reviews
20/28 
13
2007 Honda Element
“The innovation comes in the form of an auxiliary input jack that allows things like an Apple iPod or other MP3 player to seamlessly pump its tunes through the Element's seven speakers.” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
21/25 
14
2007 Chevrolet Equinox
“Inside, Chevrolet designers opted for a simple, industrial look with large, clear gauges and faux aluminum accents.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
19/26 
14
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2007 Mitsubishi Outlander
“Clever liftgate, carlike on pavement, hauls a lot o' stuff.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
19/26 
15
2007 Pontiac Torrent
“In NHTSA crash testing, the Torrent earned a five-star rating (the best possible) for its protection of front occupants in frontal collisions. The SUV also earned five stars for front- and rear-seat occupant protection in side collisions.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
19/25 
16
2007 Saturn OUTLOOK
“The Outlook offers a cabin that's both functional and pleasant to look at.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
18/26 
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2007 Hyundai Santa Fe
“The Korean manufacturers have improved quality over the years but still have to entice buyers with good value and an excellent warranty - the Santa Fe has both. ” — Kelley Blue Book   See More Reviews
19/24 
17
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2007 Hyundai Tucson
“The cloth seats are comfortable and well cushioned for long-distance travel without having to pause to retune the vertebrae.” — Cars.com   See More Reviews
19/24 
18
2007 Dodge Nitro
18/24 
18
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2007 Suzuki XL7
“...longer, wider and more comfortable than the former XL7...” — JSOnline.com   See More Reviews
18/24 
19
2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara
“The Grand Vitara can be quite cramped in terms of passenger and cargo space. In fact, the Grand Vitara has about six inches less rear legroom than most of its competitors.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
18/23 
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2007 Chrysler Pacifica
“The faux wood trim on the dashboard looks good; it's better than the cheap-looking, satin-finish silver trim that's at the top of the doors, around the door handles inside.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
16/24 
21
2007 Jeep Liberty
18/22 
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2007 Jeep Wrangler
“All the knobs and buttons and switches are big enough and rough enough to take abuse, and for some reason the signal light stalk that I hated for being so hard to push in the Sebring works in the Jeep.” — Canadian Driver   See More Reviews
17/19 
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2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
“Now with an independent rear suspension subbing for the rear solid axle, the Sport Trac rides better than ever with a sturdier feel both on-road and off.” — MSN Autos   See More Reviews
15/20 
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