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Crossover SUVs are steadily gaining popularity. (Photo Credits)

Crossover SUVs are becoming a huge trend in the auto industry these days. The style and convenience it brings encourages more and more families and individuals to purchase this type of Sport Utility Vehicle. for instance shared that Crossover SUVs may soon take over Europe.  AutoGlass Safety Council          

“Anyone who pays even a bit of attention to the US auto industry knows one thing: The rise of the crossover/SUV cannot be stopped. Americans have ditched small cars, hatchbacks and wagons for jacked-up car-based mall crawlers. But Europe isn’t America. They love hatches and wagons there. Surely CUVs and SUVs will never rule…right? Wrong. In an interview with Automotive News Europe, Nissan Europe’s head of sales, Guillaume Cartier, says that he sees crossovers and SUVs outselling hatchback, wagons and sedans before 2020.”

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The website meanwhile gave a closer look at existing and soon-to-be-launched crossovers in the market. Windshield Wiki

“The Datsun GO range currently has two models: the GO hatchback and the GO+ MPV. A new redi-GO hatchback will be added but on the other end of the spectrum, the GO+-based GO Cross will ensure the brand’s presence in the sub-compact SUV market. Engine options are yet to be finalised but the 1.2-liter petrol and the 1.5-liter diesel (from the Micra) are likely to be included. In terms of looks, if the concept is anything to go by, it will surely attract a lot of buyers.”

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Bloomberg meanti9me published a review of an electric crossover SUV.

“Push on the gas pedal, and the car surges forward like a rocket in a silent movie—pure thrust, no rattle. Tesla has used much of the suspension, acceleration, and power technology from the excellent Model S, plus variable ratio technology that adjusts steering to your driving style and terrain. If you have driven the sedan, the crossover, while taller, feels very similar in its finesse. And yes, the $10,000 Ludicrous Mode power-up is totally worth it.  The engine-less ride is quiet, so quiet, in fact, that at 40 mph with the windows up, I could hear crickets and frogs one night driving near Big Sur. The panoramic windshield that extends from chest level over and behind my head held a panoply of stars. When you operate the Model X, you’re piloting a piece of technology rather than driving a car. Everything else feels analog.”

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