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I won't doubt crossovers' practicality and I understand why they are the preferred vehicle segment in today's mobile world, especially in places like Canada with their AWD capabilities.


 
But do they really have that much more cargo space over hatchbacks and sedans? Most compact SUVs, which are the most popular segment right now, only carry up to five passengers, as much as sedans. In an urban and suburban setting.


 
Also. What exactly is a BMW X6?
 
![full](http://buyersguide.caranddriver.com/media/assets/submodel/7846.jpg!
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Are these types of cars really necessary? They're basically SUVs that look very much like bulky sedans.


 
If I recall, Acura also had something similar few years back.
 
The ZDX
 
![full](http://o.aolcdn.com/dims-global/dims3/GLOB/legacy_thumbnail/750x422/quality/95/http://www.blogcdn.com/slideshows/images/slides/126/265/4/S1262654/slug/l/01-2013-acura-zdx-review-1.jpg!
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Which didn't sell well of course.
 
Looks like an oversized coupe that doesn't have anymore interior space than a real coupe.
 
On the Dodge Charger.  
I see a lot of them in police fleets.  
Police departments are still one of the major markets for fullsize sedans. As those old Crown Victoria cars age, they're starting to replace them with Ford Tauruses.
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"@Flying Pancake":/dis/automotive-enthusiasts/post/2758086#post_2758086
I won't doubt crossovers' practicality and I understand why they are the preferred vehicle segment in today's mobile world, especially in places like Canada with their AWD capabilities.

But do they really have that much more cargo space over hatchbacks and sedans? Most compact SUVs, which are the most popular segment right now, only carry up to five passengers, as much as sedans. In an urban and suburban setting.

Also. What exactly is a BMW X6?
!http://buyersguide.caranddriver.com/media/assets/submodel/7846.jpg!
Are these types of cars really necessary? They're basically SUVs that look very much like bulky sedans.

If I recall, Acura also had something similar few years back.
The ZDX
!http://o.aolcdn.com/dims-global/dims3/GLOB/legacy_thumbnail/750x422/quality/95/http://www.blogcdn.com/slideshows/images/slides/126/265/4/S1262654/slug/l/01-2013-acura-zdx-review-1.jpg!
Which didn't sell well of course.
Looks like an oversized coupe that doesn't have anymore interior space than a real coupe.
No reason given
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