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'''[[wp:Sport utility vehicle|Sport utility vehicles]]''' ('''SUVs''') are vehicles similar to station wagons; however, they are built on a light truck chassis. Some SUVs are equipped with four-wheel drive for off-road capability. [[wp:Crossover (automobile)|Crossover vehicles]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] are also included in this category; however, crossovers are built with a car-like architecture and typically not designed for off-road use.
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'''[[wp:Sport utility vehicle|Sport utility vehicles]]''' ('''SUVs''') are vehicles similar to station wagons; however, they are built on a light truck chassis. Some SUVs are equipped with four-wheel drive for off-road capability. [[wp:Crossover (automobile)|Crossover SUVs]] (CUVs) in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto V]] are also included in this category. CUVs are built with a car-like architecture, typically not designed for off-road use.
  
 
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[[Category:Vehicle Types]]

Revision as of 00:39, 25 November 2012

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Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) are vehicles similar to station wagons; however, they are built on a light truck chassis. Some SUVs are equipped with four-wheel drive for off-road capability. Crossover SUVs (CUVs) in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V are also included in this category. CUVs are built with a car-like architecture, typically not designed for off-road use.

Media in category ‘SUVs’

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