On any given day you may be juggling a carpool, a career and the grocery shopping. You need a car that can keep up with you. But, as manager of the family budget, you understand that your new ride can't break the bank. Steer your way through the top ten cars on the market for women, picked for their reliability, fuel efficiency and common sense design.

Easy to Drive: Hyundai Tucson

With its sporty 2.4L engine, the Tucson can zoom up hills as effortlessly as it maneuvers through a crowded parking lot. Sophistication and durability are combined in the leather and fabric seats. In addition to its top safety marks, Hyundai backs this crossover with a 10-year powertrain warranty.

Best Faux-Luxury Car: Suzuki Kizashi SLS

A car that costs less doesn’t have to include fewer amenities. Spoil yourself with convenient controls mounted right on the leather steering wheel, heated front seats with lumbar support and memory settings, keyless entry, a sunroof and an upgraded sound system complete with iPod interface. This is all standard, and still costs less than $25,000.

Best Family Car: Honda Accord

There is a reason that the Accord is so popular: this car is perfect for families. Edmunds loves how Honda designed plenty of room inside, complete with thoughtful additions, while making it as easy to drive as a compact. Both reliable and safe, this car delivers the whole package.

Most Interior Room: Subaru Forester

With 33.5 cubic feet of cargo room, the Subaru Forester offers over five cubic feet more cargo space than the average car. Tall drivers will appreciate the high roofline, which also provides optimum visibility. The many standard features round out the Forester's driving experience.

Most Stylish: Nissan Rogue

Many of the auto industry experts are raving about Nissan's new compact crossover, calling it fun, sporty and innovative. The ladies agree; the L.A. Times includes the Rogue in their top ten list of cars women buy.

Best Minivan: Toyota Sienna

Even women with an aversion to minivans can appreciate the attention to detail in the Toyota Sienna. All the little helpers are found here, including 14 cup holders, moveable seats and plenty of storage. There is plenty of full-size seating, with room for up to seven people.

Best Fuel Economy: Volkswagen Jetta

When outfitted with a 2.0L engine, the Jetta gets an amazing 42 miles per gallon on the highway, while still providing 140 horsepower. This is also one of the safest cars available, earning top marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Best Warranty: Hyundai Sonata

Hyundai's midsize sedan comes with one of the best warranties available today, and earned some of the top marks from Consumer Reports. The basic warranty covers 60 months, and the powertrain is covered for 120 months.

Best Hybrid: Toyota Prius

Each year automakers continue to bring new hybrids onto the market, but the award for best fuel economy at a practical price still goes to the Prius. In 2010, the 1.8L engine was upgraded for more power, yet it can still deliver an amazing 51 mpg.

Most Fun to Drive: Mazda6

Find your inner racer with this sporty sedan. Parent's Magazine raves that "the remodeled 6 is a blast to drive." But don't worry--Mazda did not put form over function. They also included heated seats, keyless entry, and even an optional blind-spot alert.