Su Vs: Say Good Bye To The Shake, Rattle, And Roll

The new drive more like big cars than big trucks

Let's face it. The closest most sport-utility vehicle owners get to using the off-road capabilities of their trucks is rumbling through the gravel in the country club parking lot. But for a decade, millions of people have flocked to sport-utilities designed off the foundations of pickup trucks. That means most buyers are paying big sticker prices and enduring a bone-shaking ride just to have the hip image that comes with an SUV.

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