CHICAGO – SUVs are becoming problem children for the used-vehicle industry as their residual values weaken rapidly. SUVs like the Ford Explorer are coming off lease with residuals well below their projected values. Droves of SUVs are coming off lease with actual residuals well below their projected values. The wide disparity has caught residual predictors and others off guard and pushed prices down. Worse, pickup trucks could be next. "SUVs will present a serious problem," ...

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