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Over the past decade, the most popular type of vehicle has continued to be the crossover SUV. Crossovers continue to be very popular with consumers as they are as large as SUVs but drive like smaller sedans. They also provide plenty of features that can make them comfortable and safe to drive. While crossovers are among the most popular vehicle options all year, the end of the year tends to be the time when the most crossovers are sold. This year, there are a variety of year-end deals that can provide the most value for crossover buyers.
Pickup truck sales have continued to steadily increase each year as certain consumers and business owners find an incredible amount of value in the benefits that these trucks provide. With the 2018 and 2019 model years, many of the same primary manufacturers of pickup trucks will once again unveil new models. These pickup trucks will continue to provide good performance, strong towing capacity, and a variety of other features that will make them very popular with consumers.
Over the past few years, one of the biggest trends has been the continued increase in market share of crossover SUVs. In the first quarter of 2018, more than 1.4 million crossover SUVs were sold, which represents an 18 percent increase compared to the prior year.