GM Wins Five Vincentric 2016 Best Fleet Value in America Awards
Vincentric, which measures and analyzes vehicle cost of ownership, began the awards program 11 years ago. During that time, GM has won more Vincentric awards for its vehicles than any other manufacturer.
The Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America awards are determined by measuring eight costs for each of the 2,700 qualifying vehicles: depreciation, fees and taxes, financing, fuel, insurance, maintenance, opportunity costs and repairs. By recognizing vehicle life cycle costs, these awards aid fleet operators in the purchase decision process.
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BM Best Fleet Value award winners include the Chevy Impala Limited LS (which won in the Large Sedan segment), the Chevy Express G2500 (Full-Size ¾-Ton Passenger Van), the GMC Sierra 1500 (Base Reg Cab 2WD SWB – Full-Size ½-ton pickup), the Chevy Silverado 2500 (W/T DBL Cab 2WD SWB – Full-Size ¾-ton pickup), and Silverado 3500 (W/T DBL Cab 4WD LWB SRW – Full-Size 1-ton pickup).
“General Motors received awards in a wide range of segments,” said Vincentric President David Wurster. “It’s clear that GM’s strong product portfolio provides measurable value to fleet customers.”
Each of the award-winning vehicles also boasts the Lowest Lifecycle Cost in its class, according to GM. The automaker also earned the Vincentric award for Best Value Full-Size Pickups.
“These awards show that our fleet offerings run the gamut and we can offer vehicles to meet the needs of any fleet in the country,” said General Motors Fleet VP Ed Peper. “Not only are these vehicles great for the road, but they show our customers they are also great for their bottom line.”
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