By Tom Hals NEW YORK, Aug 17 (Reuters) - This is a cautionary tale about selling an SUV at a time of soaring gas prices, and letting a principled stand on car ownership be undone by great acceleration. My wife Corey and I are accidental SUV owners. Until last year, when we inherited a sport utility vehicle, we smugly chuckled at the overt testosterone of the Explorer, Yukon and Trailblazer and their 5,000-pound (2,250 kg) promise of smashing towering snowdrifts or roaring across icy ...
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