Despite their label as gas-guzzlers, cash cows and environmentally unfriendly vehicles, the buying public just can’t seem to get enough of fullsize SUVs and pickups trucks. Forget the car-like cross/utility vehicles, the final step in pushing light trucks permanently into the majority of new vehicle sales three years ago; it’s still the fullsize bad boys that bring home the bacon. One-in-five light vehicles bought in the U.S. today is a fullsize SUV or pickup. Ward’s segments them as ...
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