6. 2013 Infiniti JX
Intended to be a re-imagined product for the family crossover market, Infiniti bet big on its JX crossover and the move paid off in spades. As soon as it became available, the JX started meeting and exceeding sales goals.
Available as either a front- or all-wheel drive vehicle, the JX starts at $41,150, but more customers are likely to pay the $1,400 premium for all-wheel drive. Perhaps one of the most alluring aspects to upgrading power for all four wheels: estimated fuel economy ratings stay the same at 17/23 mpg city/highway.