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Old 05-20-2009, 08:57 PM   #1
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Owners Most Satisfied with Their Purchase

Auto industry research firm Auto Pacific did the survey, asking 25,000 new car owners whether they were satisfied with their recent purchase. The result?


PASSENGER CARS

Premium Luxury Car: Lexus LS


Aspirational Luxury Car: Hyundai Genesis


Luxury Large Car: Lincoln Town Car


Luxury Mid-Size Car: Lexus ES


Premium Mid-Size Car: Hyundai Sonata


Mid-Size Car: Ford Fusion


Image Compact Car: Toyota Prius


Compact Car: Mitsubishi Lancer


Economy Car: Honda Fit


Sports Car: Porsche 911


Sporty Car: Scion tC


LIGHT TRUCKS

Large Pickup: Dodge Ram 1500


Compact Pickup: Ford Explorer Sport Trac


Luxury Sport Utility: Cadillac Escalade


Large Sport Utility: Chevrolet Tahoe


Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility: Ford Explorer


Mid-Size Sport Utility: Jeep Liberty


Luxury Crossover SUV: Land Rover LR2


Large Crossover SUV: Mazda CX-9


Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV: Toyota Venza


Mid-Size Crossover SUV: Volkswagen Tiguan


Compact Crossover SUV: Kia Sportage


Minivan: Toyota Sienna


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Old 05-20-2009, 09:08 PM   #2
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Ford explorer sport track!?

HA HA!!!!!
I saw one loose its front spindle the other day!!!!!!
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:12 PM   #3
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:12 PM   #4
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Those Sport Tracs are ugly too.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:25 PM   #5
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The Tacoma (or Tundra) should have beaten all of the Dodges and Fords.

Some people just never learn
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Old 05-20-2009, 10:09 PM   #6
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PASSENGER CARS

Premium Luxury Car: Lexus LS - I can believe it.
Aspirational Luxury Car: Hyundai Genesis - Nice car, I'd buy one.
Luxury Large Car: Lincoln Town Car - driven them, very fun for a new age boat.
Luxury Mid-Size Car: Lexus ES - UGLY!!!!
Premium Mid-Size Car: Hyundai Sonata - You serious? It's a Hyndai that isn't a Genesis.
Mid-Size Car: Ford Fusion - fun car, LOADS of torque for only 205TQ 220HP and not to mention tq steer ftl.
Image Compact Car: Toyota Prius - I will personally blow them all up...damn snobby assholes.
Compact Car: Mitsubishi Lancer - Figures...one of the ugliest most unsafe people would buy again. I'd buy my CURRENT Mazda twice before ever buying one of those.
Economy Car: Honda Fit - too small, cool idea though...thanks for playing.
Sports Car: Porsche 911 - Uhhhh...Germans ftl, bu tthey seem like a shitload of fun.
Sporty Car: Scion tC - Again, buy my Mazda twice before one of these. It's only a 2 seater anyways, look how close rear passengers are to the pillar airbag and the glass hatch.

LIGHT TRUCKS
Large Pickup:
Dodge Ram 1500 - <- animation says it all.
Compact Pickup: Ford Explorer Sport Trac - If it's an Adrenaline tehn yes, those are sweet.
Luxury Sport Utility: Cadillac Escalade - GM...need I say more?
Large Sport Utility: Chevrolet Tahoe - See the Escalade. Much rather have an Expedition.
Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility: Ford Explorer - Eh, ok I'l go with that one.
Mid-Size Sport Utility: Jeep Liberty - Really? Are they serious? they'd actually buy this thing again? Well their loss.
Luxury Crossover SUV: Land Rover LR2 - Sure these are nice.
Large Crossover SUV: Mazda CX-9 - It's a Mazda...buy the MDX much better and Honda/Acura ftw!
Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV: Toyota Venza - This is BS its been out for 2 months at the most. This is irrelevant and untrue until it has at least time to get 5 TSB's under its belt.
Mid-Size Crossover SUV: Volkswagen Tiguan - NAZI WAGEN!!! NO!!!
Compact Crossover SUV: Kia Sportage - Never would've thunk it...it's a Kia...fail.
Minivan: Toyota Sienna - Honda Odyssey is much more refined and nicer.
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