DETROIT – The SUV juggernaut shows few signs of stopping and promises to roll right into 2003, Ford Motor Co. says. This despite a growing crossover/utility vehicle (CUV) market and public wariness about fluctuating gasoline prices. “We feel confident in predicting that SUVs will continue to outperform all other vehicle segments in 2002,” Ford Sales Analyst George Pipas says, noting SUVs still represent the industry’s fastest-growing segment – a position they have enjoyed since 1991 when ...

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