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Mid-size SUV: Ford Flex
2nd place: Buick Enclave
3rd place: Toyota Venza

With it's car-based engineering, the Flex rides lower to the ground than a typical SUV while it's long, tall body gives it the interior space of a minivan.

The Flex's relatively light weight gives it surprising good fuel economy for such a big vehicle and owners appreciate that, according to J.D. Power's survey. Owners are also pleased with Flex's interior design and quality as well as its NBA-ready seating space.

NEXT: Large SUV: Nissan Armada

Last updated July 17 2009: 12:46 PM ET
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