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Owners of the 2012 Honda Odyssey rate the vehicle Most Ideal Minivan in AutoPacific's 2012 Ideal Vehicle Award research. Odyssey also won AutoPacific's 2012 Vehicle Satisfaction Award. Winning both awards in the same year is an impressive achievement.
The top Large Car for 2012 is the Chrysler 300, the sedan flagship of the Chrysler lineup. The owners of the Chrysler 300 give the car satisfaction scores at top of its class in 11 of 48 attributes contributing to AutoPacific’s Vehicle Satisfaction Award research.
Owners of the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee give the Premium Mid-Size SUV top ratings in nineteen of forty-eight characteristics measured in AutoPacific’s 2012 Vehicle Satisfaction Award research. The Grand Cherokee has been the Most Satisfying Premium Mid-Size SUV since it was all new for the 2011 Model Year. It has won two years in a row.

The Town & Country achieves the highest ranking among Minivans based on owner ratings in AutoPacific’s 2011 Ideal Vehicle Research.  This is quite an achievement because its two major competitors – Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna are newer.  The T&C benefits from a thorough upgrade to its interior for 2011 and the changes worked to put the Chrysler Minivan on top.  Over 25% of Town & Country owners want more infotainment technology.  Over 20% want more daring styling, better ingress/egress, more safety features and more power.  Town & Country handily won over the second place all-new Honda Odyssey. 

The Town & Country achieves the highest ranking among Minivans based on owner ratings in AutoPacific’s 2011 Ideal Vehicle Research.  This is quite an achievement because its two major competitors – Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna are newer.  The T&C benefits from a thorough upgrade to its interior for 2011 and the changes worked to put the Chrysler Minivan on top.  Over 25% of Town & Country owners want more infotainment technology.  Over 20% want more daring styling, better ingress/egress, more safety features and more power.  Town & Country handily won over the second place all-new Honda Odyssey. 

For 2012 the Dodge Challenger SRT8 is joined by new versions of the Dodge Charger SRT8, Chrysler 300 SRT8 and the Grand Cherokee SRT8.
At-a-glance in the rear view mirror, Chrysler's new grille can be immediately identified as "Chrysler". The subtle diagonal cues read much better from a distance than from close up. Chrysler designers get kudos for getting a lot of bang from what probably were little bucks.
The Detroit Big Three soon will consist of the New General Motors, New Chrysler and Old Ford, or better... the New Old Ford. Ford has benefited from a major restructuring begun with the arrival of Alan Mulally in 2006.
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