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In the first Ideal Vehicle Awards, announced today by automotive research and consulting firm AutoPacific, owners rate their new 2006 model year cars and trucks by how closely they come to their ideal. The cars or trucks that owners would change the least are the most ideal. The top-rated vehicle and top-rated car is the Mercury Montego in the Large Car/Luxury Car category. In fact, Ford Motor Company sweeps the first three positions overall with the Ford Crown Victoria and Ford Five Hundred in second and third place. The top-rated truck is the Honda Odyssey Minivan. The top-rated brand overall is Hyundai.
In the first Ideal Vehicle Awards, announced today by automotive research and consulting firm AutoPacific, owners rate their new 2006 model year cars and trucks by how closely they come to their ideal. The cars or trucks that owners would change the least are the most ideal. The top-rated vehicle and top-rated car is the Mercury Montego in the Large Car/Luxury Car category. In fact, Ford Motor Company sweeps the first three positions overall with the Ford Crown Victoria and Ford Five Hundred in second and third place. The top-rated truck is the Honda Odyssey Minivan. The top-rated brand overall is Hyundai.
Chris Bangle's BMW designs are often criticized and always distinctive. Criticized, yes. And now they are imitated. New cars from as diverse manufacturers as Lexus, Mercedes and even Hyundai have aped the BMW hallmark Bangle Butt. In fact, in profile, the upcoming Lexus LS460 looks like a 7-Series.
Chris Bangle's BMW designs are often criticized and always distinctive. Criticized, yes. And now they are imitated. New cars from as diverse manufacturers as Lexus, Mercedes and even Hyundai have aped the BMW hallmark Bangle Butt. In fact, in profile, the upcoming Lexus LS460 looks like a 7-Series.
BMW revives M Coupe with an attractive and powerful entry, unlike the clumsy Z3 M Coupe.
Motorweek, the PBS-oriented car show, announced the winners of its 2006 Driver's Choice Awards at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show.
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