Analysis Nearly one-in-four light vehicles sold in the U.S. during the ’10 model year (October- September) were classified as cross/utility vehicles in Ward’s segmentation. Total ’10 LV sales rose 7.7% in the period, to 11,204,438 units, resulting in the second-worst tally since ’82. However, CUVs saw their largest volume of 2.7 million units, accounting for 24.3% of ’10 LV sales, up from year-ago’s 21.5%. It was the second-consecutive year CUVs outpaced all other Ward’s segment ...
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