Slight twist on a popular thread on the forum these days. Wife needs a new vehicle to replace our 2016 Explorer Sport. We love the setup (dual captains chairs in 2nd row, 3rd row seating, tons of room for stuff, good technology, AWD, plenty of power, etc.) but it's just not built well. Looking for something we don't need to go to the dealer to have something fixed once a month. Without going into more details, this car was a huge disappointment. Requirements: MUST have 4WD / AWD Must be able to fit two rear-facing car seats in the back without having to smush the driver's or passenger seats to make room. Power must be adequate for driving / passing on I-70 in the mountains. Reliable / well built. Big enough for 2 kids, dog, stroller, etc. but not too big to drive in the city. Yes, we live IN the city. Budget: $65k or so (new or recent model year used) Have eliminated: new Toyota 4Runner (car seats will not fit) smaller crossovers from any brand (not large enough) certified used E400 wagon (not big enough for the wife) Range Rover (for obvious reliability reasons) Porsche Cayenne (not large enough inside) F150 SCREW (too large for city driving) Toyota Sienna (eliminated quickly! Neither one of us is driving an appliance!) Still considering: used 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser certified used GL/GLS450 Chevy Tahoe (might be too big) Ford Expedition (might be too big) The hardest part has been trying to find a vehicle that will fit these enormous rear-facing car seats they make these days without driving a beast of a vehicle. How do "normal" people fit these monstrosities into everyday automobiles?