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AutoPacific Take on Acura MDX Win – Crossover SUVs have gained enough traction in recent years to pass traditional SUVs in sales. A vehicle that definitely isn’t losing any traction with owners is the all-new second generation Acura MDX. Owners’ strong ratings for the MDX feeling safe while driving plus traction in all weather conditions helps the MDX achieve its win in the Luxury Crossover SUV class. Clearly, Acura’s Super Handling AWD system added to owners feeling of confidence and helped secure a win in this year’s Motorist Choice Awards®. Drivers also applauded seat comfort, cargo space, their quality interior controls and Acura’s innovative technology.
IntelliChoice take on Acura MDX win – The Acura MDX made a strong showing the AutoPacific analysis and that, combined with its above average performance in the IntelliChoice study, propelled the MDX to the top of the list. The Acura MDX boasts [...]

AutoPacific Take on Honda CR-V Win – The all-new for 2007 Honda CR-V takes home a Mid-Size Crossover SUV class win in this year’s Motorist Choice Awards®. Owners rate Honda’s reputation and the reputation of the CR-V as key contributors to the win. It’s versatile and stylish high quality interior was a strong contributor to the CR-V’s win. CR-V also had high marks for the new exterior styling, image, handling and traction in all weather conditions. This traction also played into owners top ratings for feeling safe while driving. Owners also appreciated the fuel economy, vehicle ride, quietness inside vehicle, and overall quality they’ve come to expect from Honda.
IntelliChoice take on Honda CR-V win – In a class that has several Hybrid models, the Honda CR-V still rises to the top. The CR-V has great retained value and is among the lowest in maintenance costs. Combined [...]

AutoPacific Take on Toyota 4Runner Win – Still a truck-based SUV this 4th generation 4Runner’s strong image and vehicle reputation are reinforced by solid attributes like reliability/durability, overall quality and owner’s feeling safe while driving. Owner ratings for both exterior and interior styling helped reinforce the Motorist Choice Award® win in the Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility class. With strong ratings for braking, handling, and traction in all weather conditions contributing greatly to owner’s endorsement. The 4Runners high marks for exterior size with a flexible interior and great ride left us wondering what’s not to like?
IntelliChoice take on Toyota 4Runner win – The Toyota 4Runner has best in class retained value, and above average fuel costs.

AutoPacific Take on Honda Odyssey Win – In a segment where some manufacturers are jumping ship the Honda Odyssey has set a course for smooth sailing. Owner’s satisfaction ratings for its ride and brand reputation strongly contribute to its class-leading performance in the Motorist Choice Awards’® Minivan category. The Odyssey’s ratings for being reliable/dependable only added to owners rave reviews.
IntelliChoice take on Honda Odyssey win – The Honda Odyssey is an IntelliChoice 2007 BOVY winner. The Odyssey possesses excellent retained value and low fuel, repair, and maintenance costs.

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AutoPacific Take on Lexus LS Win – Owners didn’t exactly surprise us when they earmarked the Lexus flagship as a winner in the Premium Luxury Car category. Leading the class in the 2007 Motorist Choice Awards® owner’s rate the vehicle’s reputation and the quality of the Lexus dealership experience as significant contributors to its win. In addition, the LS owners rated the interior materials as top-notch, with a quiet interior and innovative technology. Owners also reported feeling very safe while driving and applauded the overall quality of their vehicle.
IntelliChoice take on Lexus LS win – In a class where retained value is king, the Lexus LS beats out the competition. The LS also performs well in fuel, maintenance, and repairs.

AutoPacific Take on Lexus SC Win – For the second consecutive year the Lexus SC wins the Premium Sports Car class, bringing home yet another Motorist Choice Award®. Owners still rate the interior and exterior styling as strongly satisfying. Its comfortable exterior size, easy ingress/egress and driver’s seat comfort make it easy for owners to put the SC430 on top. Owners rate the brand’s reputation, vehicle’s reputation and overall quality as best in class. With a smooth retractable hardtop, great audio system, and superior overall quality, SC owners have chosen the Lexus SC as the benchmark.
IntelliChoice take on Lexus SC win – The Lexus SC performs well in this class by having best in class maintenance costs and repair costs along with low insurance costs.

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AutoPacific Take on Scion tC Win – Scion may have blurred the lines between production and custom vehicles but Scion owners have made sure the line their tC crosses is indelible. With the highest overall satisfaction in its class the Scion tC takes home this year’s Motorist Choice Award® for the Sporty Car category. Owners strong ratings for its exterior size, interior styling, interior storage and instrument layout help the tC achieve its leading performance. Owners submitted high marks for Scion’s reputation and tC’s reputation while their ratings for feeling safe while driving, overall seating capacity, and marks for being reliable/dependable bolstered its score.
IntelliChoice take on Scion tC win – The Scion tC is not only a fun car to drive, but with best in class retained value and low fuel, repair, and maintenance costs it is a great value.

Beginning on July 26, 2007 Chrysler began offering a lifetime powertrain warranty for the initial owners on all 2006, 2007 and 2008 model year vehicles with the exception of diesels and high performance SRT models.
Beginning on July 26, 2007 Chrysler began offering a lifetime powertrain warranty for the initial owners on all 2006, 2007 and 2008 model year vehicles with the exception of diesels and high performance SRT models.
Lexus renewed its flagship for 2007MY, bringing more refinement and new tricks. Was anything left behind? And can't we just park for ourselves?
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