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Mazda dropped minivans in favor of crossovers like the five-passenger CX-7 (shown).
Mazda dropped minivans in favor of crossovers like the five-passenger CX-7 (shown). (Mazda Photo) Mazda Photo

'Tweener' cars are creating a market

Crossovers take sales from SUVs, minivans

By Royal Ford
Globe Staff / February 18, 2007

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More SUV than station wagon, but definitely not a mini van, the cross over is a "tweener" car that is fast carving an identity all its own. (Full article: 631 words)

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