CUV


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CUV

Abbreviation for:
current use value (Medspeak-UK)
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In unity with Havana Consulting Group, CUV Ventures hopes to attain the levels of market penetration sought by management and shareholders alike.
He added that 'As we have secured the funds, we will vigorously proceed with our investments for new product development such as small engines and small CUV and make utmost efforts for an early turnaround of the company and improve the corporate value.
6% decrease is anticipated for 2006 as CUVs gain in popularity.
The CUV is said to be the next big trend, combining the tough looks and utility of a 4x4 with car like economy, dynamics and emissions.
HYBRID: New Kia CUV is a cross between an MPV and SUV
Kia has unveiled its next generation seven-seat vehicle which it describes as a CUV.
Anything above that is the responsibility of the peaking system, which in the case of the CUV is a lead acid battery.
With regard to the creation of the CUV policy statement, this has meant concretely opening up the process of its development to those both inside and outside the structures of the WCC, even from its initial planning stages.
Next evolution of the crossover offers CUV attributes while maintaining a premium sedan feel and a sporty, bold appearance
The average CUV can weigh 500 pounds more than its sedan cousin off the same platform.
Auto Business News-April 4, 2016--Details of Volkswagen's new three-row CUV revealed
The Sportage compact CUV was the second best seller with 32,013 units delivered, while the C-segment Cerato (known as 'Forte' in some markets), D-segment Optima sedan and Sorento mid-size CUV followed with 30,885; 21,932; and 18,424 units sold, respectively.