More Americans are saying no to minivans, once considered synonymous with suburban family life.
Minivans have lost 35% of their market share over the last decade. SUVs now account for about 50% of U.S. vehicle sales, up from about 31% in 2009.
“Minivans have always had the stigma of the soccer mom image even though they’re incredibly practical,” said Michelle Krebs, analyst at car-buying site Autotrader.
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