Am looking to purchase two SUVs in the next year, one to replace a 2008 F-150 several sons use to get to work and I use to plow the driveway, and a second to replace a 2005 Ford 500 I use for long range commuting (1 hr 20 min each way). Both are getting long in the tooth. Would love to replace the pickup with another one, but used pickup prices are crazy. For the price of a 3-5 year old pickup one can just about get two 4-6 year old SUVs. For the first one I'm considering a mid-sized SUV. Requirements are V6, AWD, decent MPG, good reliability, and good front seat leg room. Would like to have ability to pull light trailer, and maybe fit a sheet of plywood with all seats down. Don't need 3rd row seats. Options I'm considering include Chevy Traverse/GMC Acadia, Hyundai Santa Fe, Kia Sorento, Nissan Murano, Ford Expedition or Edge, Toyota Highlander, and Honda Pilot. For the second one I'm considering a small to compact sized SUV. Requirements are AWD, good MPG, good reliability, drivability and comfort, and V6 were available. Options I'm considering include Nissan Rogue, Honda CRV, Toyota RAV4, Chevy Equinox/GMC Terrain, Dodge Journey, Subaru Forest, Ford Edge or Escape. Options not on the table are Jeep and VW due to inconsistent reliability, premium makes (ex. Lexus) due to cost, and sub-compact SUVs due size. What experiences have folks had with with any these models? Thank you. p.s. Am also interested in recommendations for on-line sources for vehicle reliability reports. I've found several (ex. JD Power, Edmunds, RepairPal), but their results vary widely.