A simple glance toward an American parking lot or street tells you how much this country loves to pursue SUVs for sale. In Greater Portland, sales of both SUVs and trucks are still increasing, despite the fact that it’s been years since they were introduced to the market. It almost seems like American consumers are insatiable in their need for a bigger, wider, and more powerful vehicle that serve the whole family.
Why the need for SUVs?
It might all just boil down to the fact that Americans like big cars with wide spaces, specifically in the back seat area. Even those with small families can appreciate a bigger space, for sheer traveling comfort if nothing else. On the other hand, if you are traveling with a large group of people, it’s much more convenient and economic to carry everyone in one ample vehicle rather than dividing the group into two separate vehicles that require twice as much gas and release twice as many emissions.
However, space is not restricted to only carrying people. SUVs serve brilliantly as cargo haulers. Grocery shopping and transporting all your recreational toys to your favorite destinations are just some of the tasks perfectly fit for an SUV. Catching the big wave? An SUV is a surfer’s buddy. Post originally appeared on McLoughlinChevy.com blog page. http://bit.ly/2mPcudg