midterm report: family cars

midterm report: family cars

Before
the major car manufacturers begin rolling out their 2008 masterpieces,
it’s time for us to take a closer look at the 2007 family cars that
really caught our eye. Here are three of our favorites.


MSRP: $26,420

Toyota RAV4

This trendy crossover allows you to dart in and out of life’s busiest
corners. From baseball games to violin recitals, the RAV4 is well
equipped to handle the rigors of any growing family’s schedule. And
while we’re bragging, we forgot to mention its outstanding cargo space,
and impressive safety ratings.


Ford Edge

While providing the rugged feel of an SUV, the Ford Edge gives comfort
and safety that’s both needed and appreciated in a traditional family
car. Spacious enough to fit three child safety seats in the back, the
Ford Edge allows parents to still feel young and alive, while being a
“conservative” caregiver at the same time.


MSRP: $26,055
MSRP: $26,240
Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey is indeed a dream to drive. But outside of that
appeal, the spacious confines of its interior make it perhaps the top
choice for those families looking to score a top-of-the-line minivan.
The ride, the room, the look – the Honda Odyssey has it all.

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