Forbes has listed what they consider are the "Best" SUVs for 2007. For example Cadillac’s overhauled Escalade, which the company introduced in 2006, has the nicest interior of any American automobile.

Mercedes-Benz was quick to follow with tough competition for the Escalade: the plush, full-size, $53,000 GL-Class SUV, which saw 19,000 sales in 2006—a better performance than that of Mercedes’ more-affordable R-Class SUV.

The GL and the Escalade are among the best SUVs, but 2007’s fourth quarter will see the arrival of an SUV unlike any other: the Dutch-built, 12-cylinder, 500-horsepower Spyker D12 Peking-to-Paris: the world’s only exotic SUV.

Incoming King of SUVs: Spkyer D12
Best Redesign SUV: Acura MDX
Most Elegant SUV: Land Rover Range Rover (non-sport)
Best American SUV: Cadillac Escalade
Best High-Performance SUV: Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Best Escalade Alternative SUV: Mercedes-Benz GL
Best Reason to Buy GM Stock: Buick Enclave
Best Family-Friendly SUV: Honda Pilot
Best Green SUV: Lexus RX Hybrid
Coolest High-Tech SUV: Acura RDX

Source: Forbes

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