Let's Talk Cars: What Trucks and SUVs won the 2006 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, and will GM's Lastest Incentive Fall Flat?
- May 25, 2006
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This week on Let’s Talk Cars, another in our series on AutoPacific‘s 2006 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards. This time we tackle the popular category of trucks and SUVs, a category that makes up 50% of all vehicle sales in this country. VehicleVoice contributor David Barrett sits down with AutoPacific president and founder George Peterson, who reveals the winners and tells us why owners in each subcategory are so very satisfied.
Also this week, General Motors latest bid to attract new customers. GM is offering subsidized gas (only a $1.99 a gallon!) to customers in California and Florida who buy certain large trucks and SUVs like the Tahoe and the H2. Cameron Barrett and AutoPacific Vice President and Senior Consultant Jim Hossack discuss the odds GM might be on to something here. Hossack also gives a download on the latest information from the VehicleVoice Fuel Price Impact Survey.
01:35 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards – Trucks and SUVs – VehicleVoice contributor David Barrett and AutoPacific president and founder, George Peterson introduce award winners
13:31 GM’s new Gas Deal for Gas-guzzling Purchases – VehicleVoice host Cameron Barrett engages AutoPacific Vice President and Senior Consultant Jim Hossack
What do you think about the 2004 Chevy 1500 truck. Was a good truck at 40.000 mileS but
at 70.000 mileS this is worst truck i have ever owned. Lot of things going wrong the list is long. and GM WON’T back it up. I have owned 15 trucks in the last 30 years all Chevys. But i think that’s
about to change…….