Well, I'll post mine now.
1997 Mitsubishi Montero 4wd 4dr import offroad model w/full skid plates, offroad shocks, 6 cylinder, hvy duty battery, locking differential, selective overdrive, full spare, and recovery hooks. It had 3rd row jumpseats, but I removed those to create more cargo room. It gets 20/26 mpg.
This thing has been a serious work-horse! We bought it with 99,000 miles on it for $6,800 in 2006. It now has 218k miles on it. I've spent a whopping $3,000 on ALL repairs/major maintenance (everything but oil changes and such). So that's under $10k for 119k miles of HARD use...at least 15k of that off pavement and probably 5k of that offROAD. Most of the rest has been long-distance highway driving between fishing and hunting destinations. I've camped IN it several times, camp OUT of it most of the time, and haul my Weimaraner, camping gear, fishing/hunting gear, etc. all the time. Often times for 2 people. For a day trip fishing/hunting, it can handle 4 people and the dog comfortably.
Drawbacks: I'm 6'1" tall and it is about 3" too short to sleep in the back comfortably. So 2 nights in a row is about all I can stand. A 9' fly rod has to go angled and bent a bit from back to windshield. I don't like that. 8' rods fit fine. Side-hinged tailgate door. I'd prefer overhead door. Driver seat could be more ergonomically designed.
Major benefits: Extremely rugged and durable. Will boldly go places no other SUV I've ever been familiar with will want to go: down the sides of canyons, arroyos in the desert, up shale slides and sand dunes, over 2' shelves in bedrock. That sort of stuff. 119k mi /$10k = total cost of ownership of about $1.19/mi + gas/oil. (I almost never add oil between oil changes under 10,000') The transmission (auto) has NEVER been serviced! Fluid topped off once with 1/2 quart.
Here's a pic from last month with my buddy, Bob Stehwien, MCI, AFFI in the foreground @ Rim Shoals, Cotter, AR...