My good friend and her husband are looking for a new vehicle. They know I work in the industry and asked me what vehicles they should look at. They currently drive a Ford Edge. They have 2 children under 2. Here is what they are looking for: 1. 3rd row seating 2. Lots of cargo space, with the 3rd row of seating UP. She likes to leave their double stroller and all of their gear in the trunk all the time, and still have room for groceries. 3. Nothing too long. He really wants an Expedition or Tahoe, but she can barely handle driving the Edge, and they both crash in to stuff all the time (even with the backup alarm). I can't tell you how many times I've had to park it or back it out of a spot for her because she can't do it. The new vehicle is supposed to be her primary vehicle, but if they get something too big she will keep the Edge as hers for daytime trips with the kids. 4. Nothing too wide. Right now they can only open one door in the Edge if they have both cars in their garage. To get the whole family in, they have to back the Edge out of the garage first. 5. MPG isn't an issue. 6. Neither is price. 7. No mini-vans. 8. He wants American made. Ford is first choice, GM second. Really doesn't want to consider a Chrysler product. I honestly don't know what to tell them. I was thinking Explorer, or Acadia/Enclave. I know all of those either have the 3rd row standard or as an option, but I've heard that the trunk space is very minimal with the 3rd row of seats up. They won't use the 3rd row very often, but they don't want to leave it down, and they don't want to use it to store stuff. Is there a vehicle I'm missing that I could recommend they check out?