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AutoPacific Announces 2012 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards
AutoPacific announces the 16th annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards. Based on the largest single-model-year survey of automotive owners, the Vehicle Satisfaction Awards are designed to help consumers make informed purchase decisions with a true "word of mouth" survey. More than 75,000 vehicle owners were surveyed.
Do Fuel Prices Really Affect Vehicle Purchase Intentions?
Drivers today are shelling out $3.97/gallon, on average, to fill up their vehicles, about 32 cents more than this time last year. But this added expense is not persuading consumers to ditch their SUVs for more fuel efficient small cars. Results from AutoPacific’s latest Fuel Price Impact Survey (FPIS) actually show SUVs being the top vehicle replacement choice, with small cars coming in third. In addition, 76% surveyed would replace their current vehicle with a similarly sized one, whereas only 18% say they would go smaller.
Goodyear Auto Service Centers Most Satisfying Tire Retailer in AutoPacific Replacement Tire Study
In its first Replacement Tire Brand Dynamics and Satisfaction Study AutoPacific surveyed over 15,000 vehicle owners who bought replacement tires over the past twelve months to determine what is important when choosing a replacement tire and which tire retailers provide the most satisfying experience. The top satisfying Tire Retailer nationally is Goodyear Auto Service Center, closely followed by Firestone Complete Auto Care, Les Schwab Tire Centers and Sam's Club.
Michelin Most Satisfying Tire Brand
Michelin is the Most Satisfying Tire Brand in AutoPacific's recent Replacement Tire Buyer Dynamics and Satisfaction Study. Knowing which tire brands provide the most satisfying tire is critical when deciding which replacement tires to purchase. In this study, AutoPacific surveyed over 15,000 vehicle owners who bought replacement tires over the past twelve months. Twenty-eight replacement tire brands were surveyed. The study was used to determine what is important when choosing a replacement tire and which tire brands provide the most satisfying experience in seven basic categories of tires.
INTELLICHOICE AND AUTOPACIFIC ANNOUNCE THE 2011 MOTORIST CHOICE AWARDS
Now in its sixth year, the Motorist Choice Award is designed to recognize those vehicles that deliver the compelling combination of high consumer satisfaction and lower-than-expected ownership costs over time. Ford led the list of winning vehicles with four, while repeat winners included the Dodge Ram HD, Hyundai Genesis and Lexus IS.
Survey of 72,000 Consumers Reveals Vehicles That Meet Their Owners Demands
The the 2011 Ideal Vehicle Awards (IVA), announced today by automotive research and consulting firm AutoPacific, reveal the vehicles that most closely match their owners desires. “Everyone has had the experience of wanting to change something after you’ve bought it and experienced it for awhile. This is especially true of vehicles,” says George Peterson, President of AutoPacific. “This research recognizes the vehicles that owners want to change the least. In other words, the vehicles that already match their owner’s demands.
Are Drivers Today Immune to High Fuel Prices?
AutoPacific regularly tracks the impact of fuel prices on the types of vehicles Americans will consider buying. The results for the just completed July 2011 Fuel Price Impact Survey (FPIS) show very interesting results.
AUTOPACIFIC ANNOUNCES 2011 VEHICLE SATISFACTION AWARDS
AutoPacific's 15th annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards announced today reveal Lincoln as the Top Premium Brand, Chrysler as the Top Popular Brand, Mercedes-Benz S-Class as the Top Car and Cadillac Escalade as the Top Truck. Read more to see all of the segment winners!
Awards Influence Vehicle Sales
AutoPacific research reveals awards impact consumer purchase behavior. Auto manufacturers are fast to use the awards and accolades their vehicles garner in advertising. But do these awards make a difference?
Americans Want Fuel Efficiency, Not Smaller Cars
AutoPacific regularly tracks the impact of fuel prices on the type of vehicles Americans will consider buying. The results for the just completed Fuel Price Impact Survey do not suggest a mass downsizing to smaller vehicles is imminent despite rising and volatile fuel prices.