These are indisputably difficult times for large SUVs. A war brewing in Iraq and concern over rising oil prices have put the big trucks at the heart of many debates, and seen campaigns launched against them. Other issues, including continuing buzz about rollover accidents and other safety concerns, are prompting some to question if an SUV backlash is around the next corner. The domestic large SUV segment hit the brakes in January, with combined sales of 43,587 units 55.2% slower than ...
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