Sports Utilility Vehicle
Suburban Utility Vehicle. Large, gas-guzzling, jeep-type vehicle. Mostly driven in a belligerent, erratic manner by people who believe the larger vehicle always has the right of way and that four-wheel drive makes you invincible.
Sport Utility Vehicle Also called a 4x4 vehicle
Sports Utility Vehicle, alternative for a 4WD passenger vehicle.
Stands for Sport Utility Vehicle. These are usually multi-passenger wagon type rigs, not pickup trucks.
SUVs, sport-utility vehicles, are used for a variety of purposes, including leisure activities. Off-road models were particularly popular when this type of vehicle became a fad in the 1990s. However, SUVs are increasingly used more or less like regular passenger cars. They are taller than sedans, allowing the drivers to see over a longer distance. Though most of them hold fewer people than minivans, which have three rows of seats, the large cargo space has added to the recent popularity of SUVs.
Sport Utility Vehicle. A truck-based vehicle with an solid enclosed bed and one or more rows of rear seats.
Sports Utility Vehicle. Often used as an overall description of 4x4 / 'gas-guzzling' or 'Chelsea Tractor' vehicles.
Sport Utility Vehicle AC Toxic Air Contaminant
Sport Utility Vehicle. On road/ off road automobiles.
Sport Utility Vehicle. This term typically refers to vehicles designed for on and off highway use.
sport utility vehicle. A vehicle that carries passengers and has an enclosed cargo area, larger and taller than a station wagon, often with four-wheel drive.
Sports Utility Vehicle. Absurdly large jeep-like vehicles that are becoming standard issue with (upper-) middle class American families, while their elected representatives keep insisting that the third world reduce greeenhouse emissions.
Acronym for Sport Utility Vehicle.