Luxury sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) are failing to meet owner expectations, according to a recent survey by Strategic Vision. Owners polled scored traditional luxury cars higher than luxury SUVs when it comes to meeting their needs on a variety of emotional indicators, such as “makes me feel in control,” “is able to handle anything,” and “adds to the fun in my life,” Strategic Vision says. Hybrid SUVs, such as the Lexus RX 300, bridge the gap better because they offer the ride and ...

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