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Aug/18 - Porsche Leads in AutoPacific's 2015 Ideal Vehicle Award Wins; Subaru Matches Ford and Chevrolet in Wins Porsche Leads in AutoPacific's 2015 Ideal Vehicle Award Wins; Subaru Matches Ford and Chevrolet in Wins
AutoPacific today announced the 2015 Ideal Vehicle Awards (IVA). AutoPacific’s IVAs recognize vehicles that best meet their owner’s expectations and desires, helping consumers make informed vehicle purchase decisions with “owners talking” feedback.

Jul/08 - AutoNews Now: Satisfied with Kia K900 AutoNews Now: Satisfied with Kia K900
Following the release of AutoPacific's 2015 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, Automotive News released coverage of the award highlights and winners on AutoNews Now with China Haley. Coverage includes the Kia K900, this year's top rated vehicle overall and the highest scoring vehicle ever.

Jul/08 - Korean Automakers Move to the Top in AutoPacific’s 2015 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards Korean Automakers Move to the Top in AutoPacific’s 2015 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards
The 2015 winners are spread across nearly every manufacturer, with wins by 9 out of 11 automakers. General Motors receives the most wins with 5, followed by Kia and Nissan, with 4 and 3 wins, respectively. Honda, Toyota, FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobile), Volkswagen and Ford follow with 2 wins each. Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Hyundai each take home 1 win.

Jun/09 - EV Consumers Passionate About Environment, Willing to Open Pocketbooks EV Consumers Passionate About Environment, Willing to Open Pocketbooks
On average, 6 out of 10 consumers who plan to purchase an alternative powertrain vehicle – a vehicle powered by something other than traditional gasoline – are willing to pay more than $1,000 extra for that vehicle, with EV consumers willing to pay the most.

May/19 - A new golden age for high performance A new golden age for high performance
Engineers have solved the problems that prevented high horsepower AND good fuel economy, putting us in the golden age of high-performance cars, be they gasoline, electric or hybrid. AutoPacific's Dave Sullivan says he's not convinced horsepower will continue to increase, though performance likely will. "If we can shave more weight, we won't need crazy horsepower...look what Porsche has done with dual-clutch automatics. Software is making cars faster without having to add more power."