With a shrinking SUV market on the way, it seems that everyone is scaling back on their new, big models. From trucks to SUV’s, the large segment is poised to become a little bit smaller. And now that GM is considering scrapping the Hummer brand, if no one is interested in it, it seems that day of the large is about to turn into the day of the new niche
From once there was one, now there is two. At one time there was only one mid-size SUV market, and now there is two. Because of the demand for SUV’s over the last decade, the market has been expanding at a tremendous rate.
With more and more car based SUV’s coming to the market, its no wonder why the Mid-Sized SUV market is vastly expanding. Even with high fuel prices, consumers still want SUV’s, even in the European markets. But what does all this mean. It means that consumers still want to be part of dying craze. Of course
Well its no wonder why so many companies are changing their designs, or trying to get into the small SUV market. Its still one of the fastest growing segments. With a downturn in large SUV sales, the small SUV market seems to picking up. Could it be that consumers