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Jun/14 - AutoPacific Insights - June 2013
The results of AutoPacific's 2013 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards have been announced. Find out more about these awards and the impact they have on consumers in this issue of AutoPacific Insights.
Jun/06 - What Women Want -- In a Car
AutoPacific recently contributed insights on female car buyers to Heels and Wheels, an annual industry event held in Bend, Oregon. During the 3-day show, women automotive journalists and auto manufacturers discussed what buyers are looking for in a vehicle and provided insights into overall trends for women consumers. AutoPacific's New Vehicle Satisfaction Survey was used to better understand what is important to women when looking for a car.
Jun/06 - AutoPacific Announces 2013 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards
AutoPacific today announced its 17th annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards (VSA) to identify the most satisfying cars on the market and help consumers make informed vehicle purchase decisions. The most satisfying brands in 2013 are Cadillac, Top Premium Brand and Buick, Top Popular Brand. The vehicle - car or truck - registering highest overall satisfaction is the Cadillac SRX Luxury Crossover SUV. The car with the highest overall satisfaction score is the Lexus LS460.
Jun/02 - Muscle matters -- but even hot rods go green
Muscle cars are known for big engines and high horsepower. While AutoPacific has seen a decline in the presence of V8s since 2008, that doesn't mean performance will vanish with the V8 (or even V10s and V12s). AutoPacific's George Peterson predicts the V8 will maintain a strong presence in large trucks and performance vehicles, like the Corvette. But today's V8 is likely to be a very different machine from days past, with better fuel economy and better performance.
May/16 - Chrysler says Cherokee production delay will not cause sales setback
The launch of the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee has been delayed about one month, though Chrysler has assured dealers they will have ample inventory by fall. “With sales planned for September, this gives them roughly three months to work out issues," says AutoPacific's Dave Sulllivan. "The Jeep customer is astute and (Chrysler) needs to make this a grand slam."