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Crossover

In technical analysis, a situation in which a price crosses a threshold thought to be bullish or bearish. For example, if a stock price goes above its resistance level, the resistance level is said to be a crossover because it indicates that the stock will likely continue to rise and the overall trend has changed.
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The electric crossover, according to Galhotra, will be "a very exciting, fast vehicle" that is "unmistakably Mustang," CNBC reported.
"The improvement in our global crossover and SUV sales made a significant contribution to Nissan's growth in 2017," said Daniele Schillaci, executive vice president for Nissan.
In total, Nissan increased global crossover and SUV volume by nearly 230,000 vehicles last year.
The automaker will expand its range with two new crossovers. The first will be a five-seater positioned below the Atlas, Autoblog has reported.
Mazda CX-3: The CX-3 is one of the most attractive crossovers on the market, in any segment.
Given Suzuki's experience and expertise in the smaller 4x4 market one would expect them to be pacesetters in the crossover market.
Suzuki created the new SX4 Crossover by uniting its compact car know-how with technologies honed for sport utility vehicles.
There was, however, never any intention that the train was to use the crossover, and a speed of 95mph would be quite normal and safe if the track was in good condition.
Crossovers combine features from different models; in the case of the Forester, four-wheel-drive, estate car capacity and sports car performance.
Crossovers that have phase differences across them are more sensitive to changes in the vertical angle relative to the drivers (shifting from a sitting to standing position).
In a first draft of this article we identified four kinds of controlled trial, which we named posts-only trials, fully controlled (parallel-groups) trials, fully controlled crossovers, and simple crossovers.
One thing was For sure: popular at this year's show were "crossover" vehicles, newcomers that have made their way into showrooms in the past year.