Many of our favorite SUVs have undergone makeovers and facelifts for 2010 in an attempt to lure new buyers, but prices have remained remarkably stable for new SUVs. In order to make the list, a vehicle must have current (as of December 2009) availability, opening the competition to 2010 and early 2011 models. Beyond that, the criteria are completely subjective – my assessment of price-to-value, vehicle quality, desirability and overall excellence. In the spirit of utility, the list is broken into segments: Full-Size; Mid-Size; Compact; Fuel-Efficient; Most Reliable; Luxury; and Family Friendly.
Now it's your turn.