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Written by Commoner on November 25th, 2008   (50 views)

It’s extremely tough to discern trends in today’s brutal environment where some rules just don’t apply, and where predictions always remain flawed no matter how much educated they are. With the grim economy, where the sales of autos have declined, the gas prices have also dropped and the one of the very few sales which is warming up in this arena are of suvs.

The move is now back to the larger vehicles with style. J.D. Power data shows that with gas topping $3.70 a gallon, only 9% of midsize SUV owners who traded in their vehicles bought another from the same segment. That number barely budged as gas approached a record-high of $4.11 a gallon in the middle of July, according to AAA. But in August, when gas prices began their plunge, 20% of SUV owners went right back to their Highlanders, Explorers and Pilots and other lovables and that same is said for September, October and November so far.

As suvs become the choice, more and more people are converging towards the web’s only authoritative website on automotives: TheCarConnection.com (TCC). Whatever your requirements and preferences are, you’ll find first-hand impressions and professional opinions backed up heavily with facts about the new SUV models that most interest you needs.

TheCarConnection.com has brought a stunning revolution in the online research and decision-making about purchasing the cars. The team of experts is what really makes TheCarConnection.com stand separately from the crowd. TheCarConnection.com remains a joint collaborative saga with a passionate network of more than 50 contributors from around the world.

There is nothing better than TheCarConnection.com to buy for your next SUV. At this site, you will find expert reviews, tips, advice and to top that off, you will also find photo galleries, price quotes, trims and specs. You could also sort the vehicles by their popularity or by the year/model.

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