July was a cruel month for cross/utility vehicles, as the once-promising segment saw sales slide across the board. According to Ward’s segmentation, July deliveries were down in every category, ranging from a 22.0% drop in the Small CUV segment to 29,351 units, compared with year-ago, to 29.3% in the Luxury Large CUV category to 8,463. Overall, the CUV segment was off 19.4% for the month to 197,141 units, marking the first time in the last 17 months segment sales have dipped below the ...
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