Don’t get the wrong impression. It isn’t even as though the conservative Lexus RX350/RX450h coalition was able to form a Harper-like majority. 74% of midsize luxury SUV buyers chose something other than the RX in April. 1139 of them opted for German-designed high-riders like the Audi Q7 (up 93%) and Porsche Cayenne (up 341%), decent choices both. Then there were the British beasts from Land Rover, the LR4 and Range Rover Sport, combined sales of which climbed to 176 from 138. Meanwhile, Volvo XC90 sales climbed 18%. The XC90’s very distantly-related long-lost cousin from Lincoln, the MKT, suffered a 63% decline in April and is down 56% so far this year.
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