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  • Škoda Kodiaq

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    The Škoda Kodiaq is a mid-size crossover SUV (J-segment) manufactured by the Czech automaker Škoda Auto. The vehicle is based on VW Group's modular MQB platform, shared with a new generation of Volkswagen Tiguan and the SEAT Tarraco, however the Kodiaq is longer than Tiguan, and comes in a seven seat version.

  • Infiniti QX60

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    The Infiniti QX60 body code L50 (formerly called the Infiniti JX until 2013) is a seven-passenger Mid-size luxury crossover SUV produced by the Infiniti division of Japanese automaker Nissan. It is underpinned by an elongated Nissan Murano platform. In keeping with Infiniti's naming scheme for 2014, in which cars begin with Q and SUV's begin with QX, the JX was renamed "QX60." While the number previously denoted engine displacement (for example, 35=3.5L engine), the new number, 60, is largely to do with its place in the product lineup, with larger numbers usually corresponding to more expensive vehicles. Jean-Philippe Roux said that the QX60 had previously been under consideration for Australia, but the numbers for right-hand-drive re-engineering and local homologation did not add up. This results that the Infiniti QX60 won't be sold in RHD markets like Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, etc.

  • Sport utility vehicle

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    Sport-utility (vehicle), SUV or sport-ute is an automotive classification, typically a kind of station wagon / estate car with off-road vehicle features like raised ground clearance and ruggedness, and available four-wheel drive. Many SUVs are built on a light-truck chassis but operated as a family vehicle, and though designed to be used on rougher surfaces, most often used on city streets or highways. In recent years, in some countries the term SUV has replaced terms like "Jeep" or "Land-Rover" in the popular lexicon as a generic description for light 4WD vehicles. Many SUVs have an upright built body and tall interior packaging, a high seating position and center of gravity, and available all-wheel drive for off-road capability. Some SUVs include the towing capacity of a pickup truck with the passenger-carrying space of a minivan or large sedan. The traditional truck-based SUV is more and more being supplanted by unitary body SUVs and crossovers based on regular automobile platforms for lighter weight and better fuel efficiency. In some countries, notably the United States, SUVs are not classified as cars, but as light trucks.

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