Vehicle Awards

Each year AutoPacific analyzes the results of our New Vehicle Satisfaction Survey and identifies the top performing vehicles. These are owners talking. And who better to evaluate a vehicle than the owners themselves?

vehicle satisfaction award (vsa) AutoPacific VSAs are the industry benchmark for objectively measuring how satisfied an owner is with their new vehicle. Respondents rate 50 attributes for importance in the purchase decision and satisfaction after purchase. AutoPacific VSAs are very different from other automotive awards that concentrate on reliability or quality to the exclusion of owner satisfaction.

vehicle satisfaction award (vsa)

AutoPacific VSAs are the industry benchmark for objectively measuring how satisfied an owner is with their new vehicle. Respondents rate 50 attributes for importance in the purchase decision and satisfaction after purchase. AutoPacific VSAs are very different from other automotive awards that concentrate on reliability or quality to the exclusion of owner satisfaction.

presidenT'S award Using the same methodology as the Vehicle Satisfaction Award, the President's Award recognizes a vehicle that has performed exceptionally and is deserving of a higher honor.  To achieve this award, the winner must surpass every other vehicle ever tested in this research.

presidenT'S award

Using the same methodology as the Vehicle Satisfaction Award, the President's Award recognizes a vehicle that has performed exceptionally and is deserving of a higher honor.  To achieve this award, the winner must surpass every other vehicle ever tested in this research.

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ideal vehicle award (iva) AutoPacific'™s IVAs measure the fusion between expectation, and reality. An ideal vehicle is one that meets owner's expectations for the product when they acquired it. AutoPacific's IVAs are quantitative gauges measuring how closely a vehicle matches an owner's expectations. The buyers who are least likely to want to change their vehicle; they are driving their "ideal" vehicle.

ideal vehicle award (iva)

AutoPacific'™s IVAs measure the fusion between expectation, and reality. An ideal vehicle is one that meets owner's expectations for the product when they acquired it. AutoPacific's IVAs are quantitative gauges measuring how closely a vehicle matches an owner's expectations. The buyers who are least likely to want to change their vehicle; they are driving their "ideal" vehicle.


  motorist choice award (mca) Speaking to both the hearts and wallets of consumers, the Motorist Choice Award combines complementary analyses from AutoPacific's new vehicle satisfaction survey with IntelliChoice.com's proprietary cost of ownership data. The firms then use this consumer data to determine winners in the Popular and Premium brand groupings. This methodology provides a superior means of evaluating “Best in Class” vehicles that align consumer shopping patterns with probability for both satisfaction and value.

 

motorist choice award (mca)

Speaking to both the hearts and wallets of consumers, the Motorist Choice Award combines complementary analyses from AutoPacific's new vehicle satisfaction survey with IntelliChoice.com's proprietary cost of ownership data. The firms then use this consumer data to determine winners in the Popular and Premium brand groupings. This methodology provides a superior means of evaluating “Best in Class” vehicles that align consumer shopping patterns with probability for both satisfaction and value.

Replacement tire brand satisfaction award AutoPacific's Replacement Tire Satisfaction Awards objectively measure how satisfied an owner is with their replacement tires. Respondents rate twenty-three attributes for importance in the purchase decision and satisfaction after purchase. Thirteen characteristics are used in the calculation of the Tire Satisfaction Scores, including: fuel efficiency, traction, handling, durability, ride comfort, appearance and reputation. 

Replacement tire brand satisfaction award

AutoPacific's Replacement Tire Satisfaction Awards objectively measure how satisfied an owner is with their replacement tires. Respondents rate twenty-three attributes for importance in the purchase decision and satisfaction after purchase. Thirteen characteristics are used in the calculation of the Tire Satisfaction Scores, including: fuel efficiency, traction, handling, durability, ride comfort, appearance and reputation.