Consumers Move Away From SUVs

J.D. Power and Associates recently released the results of a consumer survey that show truck-based SUVs are losing popularity.

According to the Power group, conventional SUVs only accounted for
12 percent of new vehicle sales in April, which is the lowest
percentage in nine years. Crossover SUVs increased to a 49 percent share
of market among all SUVs.

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