Your list of Priorities in conjunction with your mileage/age limits and your budget make it tough to suggest a vehicle that meets ALL of those parameters.
One that comes the closest is the Mazda CX-9. No mid-size or larger SUV has good fuel economy and the CX-9 is no exception. But there are plenty of smaller, less powerful and slower SUVs that are a lot worse on fuel than the CX-9.
The CX-9 is considered a "full-size CUV or Crossover" and 3-row seating for 7 is standard. Most CX-9 drivers tend to keep the 3rd row folded down most of the time, making it a very roomy 5-seater with a huge cargo area.
It has a great AWD system for all-weather traction, powerful 3.7L V6 and the most 'car-like' handling of any SUV or CUV around. I have a 2012 FWD model that I bought new here in the U.S. and it is the top-of-the-line Grand Touring model. In Canada, there are only two trim levels- GS and GT. The GS can be FWD or AWD and has cloth interior standard. A Luxury Package is optional on the GS and adds Leather, Moonroof, Keyless Entry and Ignition, Pwr Passenger Seat and Power Tailgate. The GT only comes with AWD and is loaded to the gills with Xenon headlights, Navigation, sharp 20" wheels, 10-spkr Bose Surround Sound, fog lights and backup sensors.
I would suggest test driving a 2012-2013 GS AWD and GT back-to-back to compare. The 18" wheels and tires on the GS are a little quieter than the 20s on the GT. The large wheels and tires also give the GT awesome handling but the ride is a tiny bit stiffer. I managed to eliminate both the noise and ride stiffness on my GT when I replaced the factory tires at 28k miles.
Also be aware that the CX-9 was significantly revised for the 2013 model year. The front fascia was redesigned, rear end updated and the center controls were redesigned. A neat bit of info about 2013-2015 models- you can add Navigation to models which don't have it for less than $600!
The driver's seat is extremely comfy for my 6'2" 240# frame and I can still stand upright after 8-10 hours behind the wheel! I love the performance from the 272hp 3.7L V6 and (the real superstar) the 6-speed Aisin Sport A/T. It's very quick and there's always reserve power available with the press of your right foot.
Take a look, you won't be disappointed!