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Are crossovers the next SUV?

Another day, another crossover. As long as gas prices hover in the $3.50-$4.00 range, we anticipate automakers will engineer more crossovers intended to wean consumers off SUVs. But will today’s crossover segment become yesterday’s overcrowded SUV segment? Because the lines between crossover and SUV are frequently blurred, we invite you to check out the following list and tell us yourself.

Here’s our count of current crossovers and SUVs available.

43 Crossovers:
Acura MDX
Acura RDX
Audi Q5
Audi Q7
BMW X3
BMW X5
BMW X6
Buick Enclave
Cadillac SRX
Chevrolet Equinox
Chevrolet Traverse
Dodge Journey
Ford Edge
Ford Escape/Escape Hybrid
Ford Flex
Ford Taurus X
GMC Acadia
Honda CR-V
Honda Element
Honda Pilot
Infiniti EX35
Infiniti FX35
Infiniti FX50
Jeep Compass
Jeep Patriot
Land Rover LR2
Lexus RX
Lincoln MKX
Mazda CX-7
Mazda CX-9
Mercedes-Benz R-class
Mercury Mariner
Mitsubishi Outlander
Nissan Rogue
Pontiac Torrent
Saturn Outlook
Saturn Vue
Subaru Tribeca
Suzuki SX4
Toyota Highlander
Toyota Rav4
Volkswagen Tiguan
Volvo XC70

47 SUVs:
Cadillac Escalade
Chevrolet Avalanche
Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet Tahoe
Chevrolet Trailblazer
Chrysler Aspen/Aspen Hybrid
Dodge Durango/Durango Hybrid
Dodge Nitro
Ford Expedition
Ford Explorer/Explorer Sport Trac
Hummer H2/H2 SUT
Hummer H3
Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai Tucson
Hyundai Veracruz
Infiniti Qx56
Jeep Commander
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jeep Liberty
Jeep Wrangler
Kia Borrego
Kia Sorento
Kia Sportage
Land Rover LR3
Land Rover Range Rover
Lexus GX470
Lexus LX570
Lincoln Navigator
Mazda Tribute
Mercedes-Benz G-class
Mercedes-Benz GL-class
Mercedes-Benz M-class
Mercury Mountaineer
Mitsubishi Endeavor
Nissan Armada
Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan Xterra
Porsche Cayenne
Saab 9-7X
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Suzuki XL7
Toyota 4Runner
Toyota FJ Cruiser
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Sequoia
Volkswagen Touareg
Volvo XC90

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