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Crossover

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  1. - variously called XUV or CUV, for crossover utility vehicle - is a marketing term for a vehicle that derives from a car while borrowing features from an SUV or Minivan

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  2. A short list of current crossovers with their platform genealogy follows (similar vehicles are grouped together)

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  3. combines, in highly variable degrees, the design features such as tall interior packaging, high H-point seating, high ground-clearance, or all-wheel-drive capability of the SUV - with design features from an automobile platform such as car-like handl

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  4. CUVs typically are designed for only light off-road capability, if at all

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  5. began as a marketing term, and a 2008 CNNMoney article indicated that "many consumers can't tell the difference between an SUV and a crossover." A January, 2008 Wall Street Journal article called the CUVs, "wagons that look like sport utility vehicle

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