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So cushy that we never felt compelled to lunge for any of its 10 grab handles. If listening to a stereo is a deadly pastime, this Benz is the safest SUV on the road. Its steering encourages you to nail apexes, and it holds a steady, predictable arc through turns. Not good. Second, there loomed the off-road rigors of a trail more deeply rutted than Willie Nelson's forehead -- a trail that a forest ranger promised "might like to kill them bitty trucks dead. This SUV logged the worst 0-to time and tied with the Land Rover for the tardiest tomph pass. Every tuck, roll, and pleat is classy and warm, too. On interstates, the Infiniti is a cushy cruiser, a long-distance pal. Its brake pedal offers an initial false resistance making it tricky to modulate. This SUV is also useful in the dirt. Oh, wait. That meant an upright windshield; live axles fore and aft; big-boulder-busting weight; and angular, flat-faced farm-boy styling. That enviable ride—surprise, surprise—comes at the expense of handling. And the cargo-mounted CD player—the object of many festive treasure hunts—is buried behind a hinged rack that must be unscrewed and pivoted out. Difference is, John moved on. It is also the longest SUV here, but at least that stat enables it to deliver the next-to-greatest interior passenger volume and a third row of seats. With the exception of the Land Rover, the seven in this group were not so much SUVs as WOTTs -- "wagons on tall tires" -- with each borrowing more from sedate sedans than from tough trucks. With its two-speed transfer case, lockable center differential, limited-slip rear diff, gnarly Yokohama tires, terrific suspension articulation, 9. Whether for two passengers or three, its back seat was not only the least spacious but also the least comfortable. Although the little Rover offers the smallest wheelbase, it is the tallest and heaviest vehicle in this group. Its V-8 boasts the largest displacement—along with the loudest idle and most dismal fuel economy—yet produces the fewest ponies and, not surprisingly, the worst tomph acceleration time. But the real revelation manifests only when you flatten every seat in the house: a cargo bay measuring 82 cubic feet. Adding insult to injury, the Disco required the greatest distance to stop from 70 mph. More troubling, it felt as fragile as the Lexus, insisting on a cautious, inch-by-inch pace. Its shift knob looks like the business end of a Big Bertha club. Er, SUV. Hell, even John Travolta made the most of disco madness. With its vast, sloping windshield, the MDX sometimes looks like a minivan—more than once did we saunter to the Mazda MPV photo van thinking it was the Acura—although it carries extraneous basketball teams like a minivan, too. Skidpad grip? The Benz completed our half-mile off-road torture test, but it lost points for its poor approach angle, pedal-activated parking brake, and occasional reluctance to climb loose-surface grades. That colossal suspension travel, alas, draws notice on pavement, too. Although its shrink-wrapped exterior constricts its cargo capacity, the Lexus repays its owner with ergonomically stellar biscuit-colored seats that we judged the best in SUV-dom. We might also have included a loaded Toyota 4Runner and a heavily optioned Jeep Grand Cherokee, but several nail-biting editors, whose names are now lost to us, eventually vetoed that duo for failing to achieve levels of luxury deemed appropriate to the class. Which meant we could judge all seven by standards more regularly imposed by mainstream purchasers -- the vehicles' behavior at felonious speeds, for starters, rather than their potential for inducing above-average beer consumption and random whooping. The Benz lost more points for its imbecilic stereo. Between the wheel wells, you can flatten a piece of plywood four feet wide. We couldn't get our hands on either. The Montero also offers a cushier tomph ride over rutted terrain. Instead of using limited slip or locking diffs, the ML relies on its brakes to grab any wheel that starts to spin. It looks like a small bus station in there. We had already perfected several southern-Ohio off-road techniques: drinking Busch beer from cans and emitting random high-pitched whoops -- ingredients evidently vital to one's successful extraction from axle-deep muck holes whose ejecta have been known to weld shut rural mailboxes for upwards of three months. Forget that. Back then, the SUV paradigm was a lightly madeover truck. With the least ground clearance of this bunch, the RX had difficulty stepping over a felled tree the others climbed easily. We steered smack through Circleville -- home of the international pumpkin fest -- whose main street was on fire and thus closed to all civilians except those driving Fs with pulsating strobes. Not surprisingly, the Lexus also lost points as it whimpered along our off-road trail: no dedicated low range, no usable engine compression for braking, and girly passenger-car tires. Frankly, we reckoned only one or two of our enlistees would trample the trail's terminus. There remain other flaws. Not only was the RX a winner in our driver-comfort category, but it nabbed a trophy for two-person rear-seat comfort, too. Its side-view mirrors are evidently lifted from a Kenworth. They all made it. It has changed little since then, although the model now includes standard electronic skid control and brake assist. Think of it as the Lincoln of SUVs. Off-road, you push a button to deliver maximum torque to the rear wheels—as much as 56 percent, but this works only in first or second gears and below 18 mph. We know. If most of your driving is conducted in heavy traffic, this is the SUV to buy. Heck, it even delivers the best fuel economy. This is a quiet, ingratiating vehicle whose on-road poise and wholesale absence of truckishness do much to overcome its paucity of off-road skills.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} And sure, it commands a couple grand beyond what the snazziest leather-laden Pathfinder fetches. Which, frankly, is pretty much always. Its emergency flasher button is the size of a computer mouse. Where this Rover best roves, of course, is across scabrous goat tracks. Yeah, yeah. From the front, it resembles a bloodhound, nose scrunched up in olfactory bliss, hot on the trail of an escaped felon. In this group, the RX is the shortest, narrowest, lowest, and lightest entry. The steering is still numb on-center. All seven. Never mind. We've temporarily misplaced his ZIP Code. The dime-size volume knob is on the upper right-hand corner of the LCD screen, as far from the driver as possible. The MDX is a heckuva big box, pushing aside so much atmosphere that it tied with the Discovery for creating the most racket at a mph cruise. It is agile, quick to duck into small places, easy to back up, and surpassed in braking competence by the BMW only. We had hoped to inflict this abuse on a few other candidates: a current-model Isuzu Trooper and a spanking-new Olds Bravada, for instance. In fact, we went out of our way to select a trail whose 30 percent grades and nose-grinding creek crossings would place it on the "Don't Even Try" list for all but a handful of America's sport-uting faithful. That this vehicle feels so carlike should puzzle no one. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Like the Montero, the Acura boasts a pop-up third bench that can satisfy two kids. As a trail hopper, it emboldens its driver with a commanding view, beefy low-range gearing that allows tortoise-slow descents, and velvety throttle tip-in that enables it to creep over rocks rather than assault them. This was fine with us. That sometimes cancels momentum at the outset of a serious climb. At speed, the Montero heels over like a stricken icebreaker, recovering slowly from rapid transitions before its progressive-rate springs can impose some discipline. Still, it completed the route, although throughout it resembled a poodle in the midst of a coon-hound trial. You can slide a inch length of pipe in back. We remained composed even as we idled past the Wampus Tribe's intergalactic meeting hall in South Bloomingville. But you know what? First, there was our traditional, top-secret Hocking-heim Ring Road -- a challenge to MR2s and M3s, never mind a bunch of Britney Spears designer utes. We sustained this courageous clip in order to sample two Ohio routes that, among this seven-SUV group, would separate the men from the toys. One more thing. With a little taunting, even the Lexus RX completed the trail, and it's, well, you know, essentially an all-wheel-drive Camry. The cassette player is tucked behind the hinged screen, whose readouts, by the way, are often illegible in sunlight. No kidding. Although the MDX completed our dirt-dog test, it offered the worst departure angle, no hand brake, and scant engine braking. On interstates, it tracks like an Accord. The manumatic shifter is not disciplined about holding a gear. There remain, however, a few un-Toyota-like details: a parking brake that intrudes on the dead pedal, an overdrive switch clinging like an afterthought to the side of the shift lever, and four identically sized climate-control and radio knobs. If you are outraged by this, write a forceful note to the president of Eritrea. Er, tall wagon. More like the Cadillac of SUVs. When we initially explored an off-road route for this comparo, the Disco was the designated trailblazer, and when the Mazda photo van oozed hip-deep into fetid muck, it was the Disco that yanked it to shore. Back in the stone age—as much as 37 months ago, in fact—the ML topped a comparo in which it faced a previous-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, a Land Rover Discovery, and a Toyota 4Runner.