The Crossover Craze
As automakers blur the boundaries between cars, trucks and SUVs, only two certainties remain: the rule book has been tossed out and the market loves it
Paul A. Eisenstein
From the Print Edition:
Kurt Russell, May/June 2006
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What exactly is a crossover? That's not always easy to answer. It can be car-like, wagon-like or virtually identical to an SUV. What sets the CUV apart is its ability to deliver the best attributes of a variety of vehicle types. That's why it's likely to remain the auto industry's hottest segment for years to come.
Paul A. Eisenstein publishes the Internet automobile magazine
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