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Press Release


Jeannine Fallon/Chintan Talati
Corporate Communications
Media Hotline: 310-309-4900 Announces Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicle Awards for 2007

Crossover GMC Acadia Named "Most Significant Vehicle" by Consumers

SANTA MONICA, Calif. ? May 3, 2007 ?, the premier online resource for automotive information, today announced the winners of the sixth annual Consumers' Most Wanted vehicle awards.

"These awards provide a good idea of what consumers are looking for in their next vehicle," said Karl Brauer, Editor in Chief of "This year, consumers voiced the opinion that the domestics are developing some very compelling cars and trucks."

By a considerable margin, the 2007 GMC Acadia won the flagship award, Consumers' Most Significant Vehicle of 2007. The next highest finisher was the 2007 Saturn Aura, and the 2007 Honda Fit took third place.

Among manufacturers, Chevrolet led the pack, winning five awards, while Cadillac and Honda tied for second place, each winning four awards in this year's survey.

The 2007 winners are:

Most Significant Vehicle of the Year 2007 GMC Acadia

Sedan Under $15,000
2007 Chevrolet Cobalt

Sedan Under $20,000
2007 Honda Civic and
2007 Mazda 3 (tie)

Sedan Under $25,000
2007 Saturn Aura

Sedan Under $30,000
2007 Acura TSX

Sedan Under $35,000
2007 Cadillac CTS

Sedan Under $45,000
2007 Cadillac STS

Sedan Under $60,000
2007 BMW 5 Series

Sedan Over $60,000
2007 Lexus LS 460

Coupe Under $20,000
2007 Honda Civic

Coupe Under $30,000
2007 Ford Mustang

Coupe Under $40,000
2007 Infiniti G35

Coupe Under $60,000
2007 Chevrolet Corvette

Coupe Over $60,000
2007 Porsche 911

Wagon Under $15,000
2007 Kia Rio5

Wagon Under $20,000
2007 Mazda 3

Wagon Under $30,000
2007 Audi A3

Wagon Under $40,000
2007 Audi A4 and
2007 BMW 3 Series (tie)

Wagon Over $40,000
2007 BMW 5 Series

SUV Under $25,000
2007 Toyota RAV4

SUV Under $35,000
2007 GMC Acadia/2007 Saturn Outlook*

SUV Under $45,000
2007 Chevrolet Suburban/2007 GMC Yukon XL/ 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe/2007 GMC Yukon*

SUV Over $45,000
2007 Cadillac Escalade/2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV*

Convertible Under $25,000
2007 Saturn Sky

Convertible Under $35,000
2007 Honda S2000

Convertible Under $45,000
2007 BMW Z4

Convertible Under $60,000
2007 Chevrolet Corvette

Convertible Over $60,000
2007 Cadillac XLR

Compact Truck
2007 Toyota Tacoma

Large Truck
2007 Chevrolet Silverado/2007 GMC Sierra*

2007 Honda Odyssey

2007 Bugatti Veyron 16.4

* Represents "twin vehicles" that were listed jointly in the ballot. As described in detail in the article Twinned Vehicles, twin vehicles are built on the same chassis and share most of their under-hood and interior components.

Details on all award winners are listed at:

Each October, editors present the winners of the Editors' Most Wanted Vehicle awards. The most recent list of those winners can be found at

About Edmunds Inc. (
Edmunds Inc. publishes four Web sites that empower, engage and educate automotive consumers, enthusiasts and insiders., the premier online resource for automotive consumer information, launched in 1995 as the first automotive information Web site. Its most popular feature, the True Market Value?, is relied upon by millions of people seeking current transaction prices for new and used vehicles. was named "Best Car Research Site" by Forbes ASAP, has been selected by consumers as the "Most Useful Web Site" according to every J.D. Power and Associates New Study(SM), was ranked first in the Survey of Car-Shopping Web Sites by The Wall Street Journal and was rated "#1" in Keynote's study of third-party automotive Web sites. Inside Line launched in 2005 and is the most-read automotive enthusiast Web site. CarSpace launched in 2006 and is an automotive social networking Web site. launched in 2007 and provides insightful automotive industry commentary and analysis. Edmunds Inc. is headquartered in Santa Monica, California, and maintains a satellite office in suburban Detroit.

Can't find the link, but also out 0f 10 assembly plants in the USA, GM had the 1 and 2nd, Ford 3rd Lordstown, Ohio came in 9th. And out of the top 10 Toyota and Honda were in the middle.
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