The Motorist Choice Awards August 6th, 2007
The Motorist Choice Awards for model year 2007 have chosen Toyota and GM as the year’s best vehicles, bringing good news to automotive executives.
The Motorist Choice Awards are conducted by PRIMEDIA’s IntelliChoice.com and AutoPacific. The Motorist Choice Awards recognize the vehicles that delivered both the highest customer satisfaction and the lowest cost of ownership.
Toyota scored winners in eight segments, including the overall winner – Lexus LS – while GM followed in second with five segment winners, including the Cadillac DTS and GMC Yukon XL.
“This year’s roster of winners earned their place by challenging vehicles often recognized for their quality and value,” said James Bell, publisher of IntelliChoice.com.
“While Japanese manufacturers garnered a majority of the 25 vehicle segments, the 2007 Cadillac DTS checked in as the top overall large luxury car. GM also showed well by scoring top honors in both the large light-duty and heavy-duty truck segments with the Chevrolet Silverado,” he said.The winners in each category are:
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