10. Chevrolet Suburban
The Cadillac Escalade or GMC Yukon could also be on this list, but considering how similar the three models are to each other the Suburban makes the most financial sense, if you can argue that anything about the Suburban is financially sound. There are some families that actually need a large SUV that can seat up to nine adults, plus fit a huge amount of gear and still tow a boat or horse trailer. Unless you genuinely need all of that capability, the Suburban is too hard to maneuver and too expensive to operate to justify using it only for Costco runs. Chevrolet does include quite a few standard features like a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, an automatic-dimming rearview mirror, and tri-zone automatic climate control. If you can hold off, a new generation of the Suburban launches for 2015, which will undoubtedly be more fuel-efficient and feature much more advanced technology.