I have a relatively new 2009 Toyota Venza...but it has almost 70K miles on it. My work commute is an hour long and I also have taken quite a few road trips to North Georgia.
I usually don't keep cars too long...and usually trade them in before they hit the 100K mark.
The Venza is sort of like a cross over. It's not an SUV but has a roomy interior and good trunk space. It drives like a car. It's considered a wagon. I've come to like these wagons, they usually give you more storage space but drive like cars.
I still have about a year before I'm ready to buy, but have been looking at the Audi T3, also a wagon.
When I think of a wagon, I think of the Brady Bunch station wagon, but today's wagons are much nicer, imo. Smooth drive, more room than a sedan, more storage and better mpg's than an SUV.