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Sport Utility Vehicles

The idea of Sports Utility Vehicle was originated from rural areas of US and Europe and the World War II period. Since, then dealers felt the way to invest in this area.
International Harvester, Land Rover, Jeep Wagoneer, Chevrolet Blazer, Nissan X-Trail, Grand Vitara and Toyota Land Cruiser made their way to the SUV market and were successful with the increasing trend. It is non-pecuniary passenger vehicles and with a frame chassis having body. Being a off road vehicle, it has light weight and fuel capability. The start of Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) came from
  • Maruti as Gypsy
  • Mahindra and Mahindra as Voyager, Bolero, Scorpio, Xylo, CL, MM, Hard Top, CNG 3 Door and Ingenio
  • Tata Motors as Tata Sumo, Dicor, Marina, Indicruz and Tata Safari
  • Toyota as Prado, Fortuner, Qualis and Innova
  • Hindustan Motors as Pajero, Pushpak, Trekker, Outlander and Grandis
  • Skoda as Roomster
  • Hyundai as Terracan and Tuscon
  • Cheverolet as Captiva, Tavera, Tavera Neo and SRV.



Till this date they are the best Sports Utility Vehicle. On account of the demand of small cars eclipses SUVs demand, but Dealers and manufactures go for enhancing its capabilities and so, the graph is steeping ascent. For new and used Sports Utility Vehicle, dealers can be contacted for attractive schemes and offers like flat exchange offers or discount with some accessories provided by dealers.



Some approaching New Sports Utility Vehicles are:
  • Range Rover, Sumo Grande MKII and Land Rover Freelander2 by Tata Motors
  • CRV by Honda Motors
  • Grand Vitara and Escudo by Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
  • Fortuner and Prado by Toyota
  • Q5 by Audi AG
  • Grandis by Hindustan Motors
  • Livina by Nissan
  • Megane by Renault
  • Roomster and Yeti by Skoda
  • Santa Fe by Hyundai Motors
  • Ingenio by Mahindra