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  • As for the company's claim that the sport-ute circuits the 12.8-mile Nurburgring Nordschliefe in 8 minutes and 49 seconds, well, that's certainly noteworthy.

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  • Sales of both cars are strong, and both Subaru and Audi say they're seeing lots of trade-ins from sport-ute owners.

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  • That would be the all-purpose, fuel-efficient "commuter-uter", as opposed to the fun and frisky "sport-ute"?

    OK, so you have a majority. Now what?

  • Despite reports that the BMW X1 compact sport-ute may not arrive in North America until

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  • As for the Merc, this is the third generation of the brand's luxury sport-ute and it's definitely the "Last Best" of the bunch.

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  • Mercedes got the jump on the competition when it was first to market with a non-domestic luxury sport-ute back in the day.

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  • It's not the sportiest sport-ute but it is the most noiseless in both gas and diesel versions.

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  • Cayenne sport-ute or the new Panamera four-door, most Porsche don't have a wealth of luggage space.

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  • Below the beltline, its high ground clearance and 20-inch wheels were designed to mimic the more SUV-like traits of Volvo's larger XC90 sport-ute, while the sharply raked roof line was inspired by the new C30 sport coupe.

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  • XC90 sport-ute, while the sharply raked roof line was inspired by the new C30 sport coupe.

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