Automotive shoppers love the versatility and comfort of sports utility vehicles and crossovers. “SUVs made up 47.4% of U.S. sales in 2019 with sedans at 22.1%,” Tom Libby, automotive
analyst at IHS Markit, tells The New York Times
. “By 2025, we see the light-truck segment that includes SUVs vans and pickups to make up 78% of sales compared to 72% now.” Why the
seismic shift? It comes down to practicality, ride height, baby boomers and, well, vanity, per The Times.
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