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  • Luxury SUVs are spending little time sitting on car dealership lots, and the upscale GMC Denali sub-brand is proving popular with consumers.

  • SUVs and crossover utilities--particularly premium or luxury SUVs--were the hottest models on dealer lots during April, according to retail new-vehicle sales transaction data collected by the Power Information Network(R) (PIN) from J.D. Power.

  • One of the pioneers of the modern-day small SUV/crossover movement, the Ford Escape has undergone a vast array of transformative changes over the years, but for 2015, updates are limited to the introduction of a new exterior paint color.

  • Compact SUVs--in particular car-based crossover utility vehicles (CUVs) that are built on unibody platforms--continue to outperform the overall industry in the U.S. new-vehicle sales market.

  • Small crossover SUVs are exploding in popularity, and it appears that Hyundai has perfectly timed dramatic improvements to its Tucson with unprecedented consumer demand for this type of vehicle.

  • At the 2015 New York International Auto Show, Toyota introduced a refreshed 2016 RAV4, in the process highlighting a new hybrid version of the 5-passenger crossover SUV that is both more powerful and more fuel-efficient than the standard version.

  • In advance of several new models hitting the market--and the expected boost in brand visibility--Infiniti has updated its aging QX50 compact crossover SUV for the 2016 model year.

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