Hey Andy SUV is a really big category! What's not to be liked with SUV.
My wife has had her 2002 Escape for over 6 years, loves it. I realize we're poor folk but hey SUV covers Lexus, Explorer, Escalade, Mercedes, Suburban, Expedition, Tahoe. No soccer mom image, easy for old people to get in and out.
Let's see. Ya got crossovers (2017 station wagon), mini van, 4 dr sedan, SUV, pick me ups and sports or pony car.
Why not a SUV?
My '64 1/2 vert. Ordered May '64. D code 4 speed, handling package, caspian blue, accent group, Ford blue manual top.
'68 vert. driver. Owned since Apr '78. C code AT, AC, PS, P disc B, PT lime gold, standard black interior and top. NOS RF fender and left quarter.New top and folding glass.
We have Mustangs, a Mini Cooper and a Triumph Spitfire. SUVs - big or little - put me to sleep.
On our way to test drive a Hyundai Tuscan we passed a Morgan dealership. I tried to talk her into a 3-Wheeler, but no dice.
1965 Caspian Blue coupe - Now a donor forů
1966 Caspian Blue coupe - Under construction.
2014 Ruby Red convertible.
Reminds me of the time about 25 years ago my then wife wanted an Explorer. I reminded her that it was a truck and would drive and handle like one. She was undeterred and a new Explorer soon graced our driveway. Due to the fact that a 160 hp V6 coupled with 2+ tons of road hugging weight meant that acceleration was akin to toothpaste oozing out of a tube, I rarely drove the thing.
In less than 2 years she grew tired of the Explorer citing that it drove like a truck !! Took the depreciation hit and got a regular station wagon again.
*67 Vintage Burgundy 390GTA has moved on to its next caretaker*