Toyota and GM Top Motorist Choice Awards

PRIMEDIA’s and AutoPacific recently announced the results of their second annual Motorist Choice Awards for model year 2007, with Toyota and GM coming in as the big winners.

Toyota scored winners in eight segments, including the overall winner, Lexus LS, while GM followed in second with five segment winners, including the Cadillac DTS and GMC Yukon XL.

The Motorist Choice Awards were designed by AutoPacific and to recognize the vehicles that delivered both the highest customer satisfaction and the lowest cost of ownership.

• Cars: Lexus LS (Top Overall Winner)
• Trucks: Chevrolet Silverado 1500
• SUV/Crossover: GMC Yukon XL
• Minivans: Honda Odyssey

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