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It turns out the Large Crossover SUV segment has become a very competitive place. The 2010 GMC Acadia won the class nosing out the Ford Flex. The Acadia scored 711 VSA points in its victory to the Flex rating of 704. Acadia won twenty-one of the forty-eight categories.
AutoPacific today announced its 14th Annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards (VSA) to help consumers make informed vehicle purchase decisions.
GM and Carfax team up to provide recall information on used cars. and AutoPacific have taken a look at all the new trucks sold in the past 10 years and made their picks for the most significant trucks of the decade. The trucks that made the list introduced cutting edge technologies and pushed the segment into new territory.
Survey Indicates Ford Benefits From Troubles Of Others And Not Taking Bailout
Wagoner, who has managed an $82 billion loss during the past six years was quoted in 2002 about the future of the company. He said, "It's time to stop whining and play the game." For a growing number of Americans, it appears to be game over.
The latest: Will GM buy Chrysler? We think not.
GM pulls the trigger on killing Chevrolet TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy, as well as that footnote in history, the Saab 9-7X.

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AutoPacific: What does a 2008 Motorist Choice Award®-winning large crossover SUV look like? Owners think it looks like a GMC Acadia. Within its segment, it received the highest marks for image and exterior styling. Acadia also bested the competition in ride and dependability, and owner reported feeling safe while driving.
IntelliChoice: The Acadia stands out with its best-in-class fuel costs, second-best overall ownership costs and much better than expected insurance costs.

  • July 9, 2008
  • Awards, Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota
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The Chevrolet Trailblazer wins a 2008 Ideal Vehicle Award in the Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility segment. Owners reported the vehicle performs particularly well in cargo space, visibility and ingress/egress.
GMC’s Envoy wins in the Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility segment with owners’ strong ratings for seat firmness, level of technology and ride. Handling, power and acceleration also were all listed as strong points for the Envoy.
Even in its sixth model year, the Toyota 4Runner is an Ideal Vehicle Award winner. Few buyers would change interior storage space, exterior size or passenger room. Owners also noted the 4Runner’s level of safety.

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