Hatchback cars and SUVs are great, but now it seems that the traditional family cars start getting competitive by ORVs, Off Road Vehicles. Great space, driving off-road and less fear of decor to be soiled are all benefits that have been mentioned in a survey
The off-road vehicles will become the market as family cars is probably no one who seriously believe, but even if combined and SUV manufacturers hardly know flåset in the neck, it’s still an interesting phenomenon that more and more families choose ORVs as pumpers. This shows a survey BytaBil.net, a bilblogg for you to replace your car, has done. There were a total of 200 families had been asked and the number of families who had chosen an ORV as a first family car was on 10 pieces, that is 5%, a bit of a doubling from the previous year.
It was mainly the large space in ORVs that appealed to families who owned this type of cars. Others mentioned the fact that the cars can handle rugged talent as an advantage, for example when visiting the summer that are not always so easily accessible. A less common reason was that ORVs are less susceptible to contamination. Fuel consumption, however, was something that was perceived as negatively as ORVs tend to gobble up more fuel than the combination or SUV counterparts. Safety was another thing that the families who were asked were not too happy with.
By far the most popular ORV: n was the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the relatively low new car was it that made the car taking the top position ahead of its nearest competitor, the Range Rover. Jeep Grand Cherokee was also considered to have a relatively good resale value and have better handling than for instance the Land Rover. Similar results have been presented in the surveys conducted by U.S.News where ORVs also becoming increasingly popular among families. If the positive development of ORVs family car that continues remains to be seen, but it’s probably no daring guess that trend only started. Lower emissions and improved safety, however, things that need to be prioritized for development to really take off.