AutoPacific today announced its 15th annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards (VSA). The awards are aimed at finding the brands and vehicles that left buyers most satisfied. They are based on a survey of 68,000 owners.
“Vehicles that score highest in the Vehicle Satisfaction Awards are delivering value and satisfaction across a wide range of attributes,” says Peterson. “The winners perform well in 48 separate categories that objectively measure the ownership experience.”
The Cadillac Escalade ranked first among all models in AutoPacific’s 2011 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards and topped the Luxury SUV segment for the fourth consecutive year. On the same time, the 2011 Mercedes S Class topped the Passenger Cars Segment.
Just a month ago, Forbes released the 2011 Worst Cars on the Road list and General Motors and Chrysler dominate the list, while the European manufacturers managed to remain largely unmentioned. The Cadillac Escalade earned titles for Worst Value, Highest Cost of Ownership and Worst Safety Performance lists.
Check out the breakdown by Passenger Cars and Light Trucks after the jump.
|Premium Luxury CarAspirational Luxury Car
Luxury Mid-Size Car
Premium Mid-Size Car
Premium Compact Car
|Mercedes-Benz S-ClassHyundai Genesis
Ford Taurus and Toyota Avalon (tie)
Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
|Heavy Duty PickupLarge Light Duty Pickup
Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle
Large Sport Utility Vehicle
Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Premium Luxury Crossover SUV
Luxury Crossover SUV
Large Crossover SUV
Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV
Mid-Size Crossover SUV
Compact Crossover SUV
|Ford F-Series Super DutyChevrolet Avalanche
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Chrysler Town & Country
Lexus RX450h Hybrid