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SUV sales surge

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SUV sales surge

SUVs moved off dealer lots faster than any other type of vehicle from April 1 through May 19, according to the latest analysis by J.D. Power and Associates.

Seven crossovers and three traditional SUVs were the 10 models that sold in the fewest number of days, on average, during the past seven weeks, reports the Power Information Network.

Helping drive the embrace of SUVs: More models in the market, such as Kia's 2011 Sorento, Hyundai's freshened Santa Fe, Honda's updated CR-V and the like. Plus, of course, the discounts that accompany increased competition.

Despite a tsunami of bad publicity for unintended acceleration, Toyota had the lead with four fast-moving SUVs -- RAV4, Highlander, 4Runner and Lexus LX series. Only one domestic -- Chevrolet Equinox (15 days) -- was on the list of 10 fastest sellers.



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