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11-Subaru Outback Sport Base 4dr All-wheel Drive Station Wagon
2-Honda Element EXS AWD
12-Hyundai Santa Fe LX w/3.5L AWD
10-Mazda Mazda6 s w/Manual and Sport Package 4dr Sedan AWD in 05
9-Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
1-Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo w/26E 4x4
16-Kia Sorento EX
7-Jaguar X-Type 2.5L AWD
9-Jeep Liberty
13-Subaru Forester 2.5 XT 4dr All-wheel Drive
4-Toyota 4Runner Sport 4x4
14-Audi A4 1.8T Quattro Sedan
15-Nissan Xterra SE S/C 4x4
5-Subaru Outback H6-3.0 VDC 4dr All-wheel Drive Station Wagon
6-Land Rover Discovery S 4dr All-wheel Drive
18-BMW 330xi AWD
17-Audi A6 3.0 4dr All-wheel Drive Quattro Sedan
3-Volkswagen Touareg V6 4dr All-wheel Drive


This is a list from least expensive ($19K) (www.carsdirect.com) to most expensive with all the options I want.

The Element is hanging in there in the top 3 picks (price is not my main factor).

The Jeep Grand Cherokee bumped it off the #1 pedastal. That's a really good price for the Freedom Edition. The Touareg sits at #3, and the price is the only thing keeping it from killing all others ($39K)

The 4Runner made a debut today. Saw a picture of one and had to wipe some drool away. It sits at #4.
 

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I looked at all those too! But I'm sticking with the E just for the fun and practicality factors. I have 3 dogs to haul around and I think the E will be perfect. I lie Subaru in spririt, but everyone I know that's had one has had some trouble getting parts when they wear out. But maybe they aren't like that anymore.

I say you come over to the dark side and get an E. Afterall do any of those other vehicle have a fun group of people who visit a cool website like this one all the time?

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Go for the E -- resale alone will kick that Daimler in the behind. Not to mention that everyone and his brother has one. :p

Good luck, whatever you decide!
Steve
 
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