Crossover Haval Big Dog SUV, Toyota, Hyundai, Kia

As I write this, the crossover SUV craze shows no signs of slowing down. We’ve seen the crossover SUV become a much more important segment for the automakers. The trend really took off around 2010, but it’s gone much further since then. It’s something that I really have to sit back and marvel at, as the crossover SUV trend shows no sign of slowing down.

If you want to be on top of what’s next in the auto industry, you really have to read CarFax. They have thousands of pages of crash history information for new and used cars. I was able to look through them all and see the vast number of sales of crossover SUVs over the last year, and here’s what I found out.

According to CarFax, the crossover SUV market has taken in well over 8,500,000 vehicle sales in 2016, but it could go much higher with more crossover SUVs on the road. As for the months of March and April 2016, more than 55% of all crossover SUV sales were crossover SUVs

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