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We sort of hate to pick on Jerry Flint, but we're sure as hell pick on the copy desk at Forbes. Csaba Csera? That said, in a rather obvious piece, Flint does make some solid points about the crossover trend, and the fact that it will eventually die. Hopefully its replacement will be cool wagons. Or, in the Loverman's case, hatchbacks.

Not Trucks, Not Cars And Not Too Exciting [Forbes]

When Did "Consistency" Overtake "Quality" As Job One With The Ford Edge? [Internal]