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Vehicle Types, Car Body Styles Explained


SUVs are also universally known as crossovers. They are usually taller than sedans, as well as come with elevated seating, and more ground clearance than the average sedan. Larger ones are usually equipped with three rows of seats, and sizes range from subcompact, mid-size, and full-size.


A truck not only has passenger space, but an open cargo bed in the rear as well! As of now, trucks mainly come in two sizes: full-size and mid-size. And many trims offer all-wheel drive or part-time four-wheel-drive.


A sedan is equipped with a traditional trunk and four doors. Like most vehicles on the market, sedans range in size. Drivers and buyers can choose one that’s either: subcompact, compact, mid-size, or full-size.


Although a motorcycle is used for transportation, it does not have four wheels like a sedan. Like a bike, it has two wheels and has a motor like a car. It’s usually driven by one person, but you’ll occasionally see a passenger on the back.


An all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is a vehicle that maneuvers on low-pressure tires. As the name suggests, it’s designed to take on a wide variety of terrain compared to other vehicles. It’s also known as a light utility vehicle, a quad bike, or quad.


RV is an abbreviation for a recreational vehicle. They come equipped with things such as cooking equipment and beds, so people can live in them! Whether you’re going camping or hiking, a RV is a great option because it’s essentially a mini home.