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CUVCrossover Utility Vehicle (automobile)
CUVCrossover Utility Vehicle
CUVCurrent Use Value
CUVCommon Understanding and Vision
CUVClean Utility Vehicle
CUVCity Utility Vehicle (various companies)
CUVCompact Utility Vehicle
CUVCertified Used Vehicle (General Motors)
CUVCommercial Utility Vehicle
CUVCombat Utility Vehicle (Star Wars gaming)
CUVCute Utility Vehicle
CUVCurrent Unit Value
CUVCurrent Updated View
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KIA is to introduce a small SUV that it will refer to as a CUV, which means crossover utility vehicle, as a rival to the likes of the North East-made Nissan Qashqai and Infiniti QX30.
The car is the Xceed and the acronym is Crossover Utility Vehicle, or CUV for short.
It is Hyundai's new entry crossover utility vehicle for urban entrepreneurs.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 29, 2019--Hyundai announces the launch of all-new 2020 crossover utility vehicle: Hyundai Venue
Auto Business News-March 29, 2019--Hyundai announces the launch of all-new 2020 crossover utility vehicle: Hyundai Venue
The Hyundai Kona and Kona Electric Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV) models were together named the 2019 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year by the North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year automotive media jury.
The original crossover utility vehicle from Ford has the features and capabilities to help you multitask your way through the challenges of career, family, and everything else that pulls you in different directions.
Kia is also to finally introduce the new e-Niro, which is its first fully electric crossover utility vehicle, with a range of 300 miles.
The Niro EV occupies a unique position in the global market as an all-electric crossover utility vehicle (CUV), and sits alongside the existing Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid variants of the car.
In a bid to attract a wider range of customers, General Motors said it would allocate two new models here _ possibly a compact SUV and a crossover utility vehicle.
As such, national government agencies, state universities and colleges, government-owned and -controlled corporations (GOCCs) as well as local government units (LGUs) could only acquire the following body types of motor vehicles: Asian utility vehicle (AUV); assembled owner- or passenger-type jeep/jitney/jeepney bus/mini bus; car (sedan and hatchback); crossover utility vehicle (CUV); heavy equipment; multipurpose vehicle (MPV); passenger van; pick-up, and sport utility vehicle.