Take a look around on the roads today, and you will see Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) everywhere.
That wasn’t always the case. For years, sedans, wagons and hatchbacks ruled the roads, and were for many customers the only options when buying a new car. But since the birth of the SUV segment in the 1950s and 1960s, these flexible and capable vehicles have become more and more popular.
The increasing popularity of SUVs can be attributed to many changes in the segment. Improvements in engine technology and a better understanding of aerodynamic design have helped to increase their efficiency to passenger-car levels, saving owners money over the lifetime of the vehicle. There have also been dramatic improvements in safety, making SUVs some of the safest cars on the road.
Another key aspect is design: People want to buy a vehicle that looks like it’s ready to take on the world.
Ford has been designing and building SUVs for almost as long as the vehicles have existed. Over that time,…
Source: Thisday Newspaper