10. 2013 GMC Suburban
For the dad who's not quite ready to let go of his big, honkin' SUV from his late-'90s/early aughts glory days, the Suburban is still willing to let him live his oversized dream for an inflated price.
The Suburban's price tag would be a nice little down payment on a suburban home, but dads willing to part with it get room for eight passengers and a whopping 137 cubic feet of maximum cargo space with the seats down and nearly five tons of towing capacity for boats, motor homes, trailers full of quads or personal watercraft or whatever else he desires.
He'll also be extremely comfy with his hands around the Suburban's heated steering wheel and his posterior planted in its available leather-appointed, heated front seats. With his remote vehicle starter system and rear-parking assist, he has less to stress him out at the beginning and end of the trip, while the Suburban's 5.3-liter V8 engine, 320 horsepower and passenger entertainment screen give him plenty of power and relative peace during his journey.
Maybe that entry price is a bit high and maybe that combined 18 miles per gallon is really inefficient. But Fathers Day is only once a year, and a man can dream.