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Bankrate's 2007 New Car Guide
What's hot?
All new for 2008 plus a fun interactive to pinpoint the best car for you.
What's hot?
SUV | Reliability
By examining reliability and freedom from repair ratings from a variety of recent surveys, including Consumer Reports, Intellichoice and J.D. Power, we rank vehicles most likely to be worry-free.
 Toyota FJ Cruiser Basic: 3yr/36K miles
Drivetrain: 5yrs/60K miles
Toyota FJ Cruiser   The funky, vintage-themed FJ Cruiser benefits from mechanical gear that has been proven over the years with other Toyota SUVs and trucks. It gets high marks in all key mechanical categories and is rated by Consumer Reports as delivering much better than average reliability than its competitors. MSRP: $22,110-$23,710
 Toyota 4Runner Basic: 3yr/36K miles
Drivetrain: 5yrs/60K miles
Toyota 4Runner   The redesigned 4Runner is one of the many SUVs in the Toyota stable and it gets top marks for reliability in all but one category body integrity from Consumer Reports. Overall, it gets the organization's rating of much better than average reliability in this category. MSRP: $27,635-$38,385
 Chevrolet Tahoe Basic: 3yr/36K miles
Drivetrain: 5yrs/100,000 miles
Chevrolet Tahoe   Redesigned for 2007, the much improved Chevrolet Tahoe has climbed in the reliability rankings on the J.D. Power surveys and gets a rating of better than average reliability from Consumer Reports, which reported only average or better than average marks in term of trim and fit and finish. MSRP: $34,095-$38,950

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