Sport Utility Vehicle is a light truck-based vehicle that is often an SUV for off-road driving.
They can be used to transport loads but require more fuel and some lack the luxury of driving sedans as well as high prices. It is commonly understood that a heavier sports car is safer but this is not true because the nature of its manufacture does not absorb shocks, especially at low speeds. Because some light trucks are often regarded as SUVs, they are subject to two United States laws, such as the Energy Policy Act and the Clean Air Emissions Regulation Act. This car was widespread in the late 1990s and when fuel prices rose, a large segment of car owners felt financial pressure to direct companies to manufacture vehicles combining the power of sports cars with the welfare of sedans and the trend towards the production of crossovers. Cars are located in the central area between sedans and SUVs. The difference between the two cars lies in the chassis.
The crossover is built from a single chassis while the SUV relies on a truck chassis with a metal chassis. Therefore, the crossover is lighter and more expensive in gasoline than sports cars, as well as relatively low price. Some of its models are equipped with three rows of seats, as well as their speed, flexibility and height above ground.
With the early part of this century the popularity of SUV cars declined due to the economic situation and high fuel prices. The traditional SUV has finally begun to be replaced by a crossover that uses a lighter and better fuel-efficient vehicle base.
Crossovers have begun to be manufactured and marketed as relatively high-efficiency, more luxuriously designed, a soft suspension and chastity vehicle designed for use on paved roads unlike SUVs. It is a good alternative for families who want a larger load and the ability to provide features such as four-wheel drive, a third row seat, good towing capacity, high seating, and rough road. These franchises have already succeeded in supporting the automotive sector and today we find significant growth in the sales figure of small and medium-sized crossovers that exceed large SUVs of all sizes.