Americans may be feeling the pinch at the pump, but that doesn’t mean the long ride is over for SUVs in the U.S. Reports that buyers, concerned about rapidly rising gasoline prices, were beginning to turn away from SUVs following April’s disappointing sales performance have proven to be highly premature. General Motors says its SUV sales rose 19% last month and posted their best-ever May. Ford data wasn’t as encouraging, with each of its SUVs down 14% or more, but insiders say the ...
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