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Toyota Wins Canadian Vincentric Award for Fourth Straight Year

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Toyota Canada Vincentric awards

The Prius was named Best Value Compact Hybrid

For the fourth year running, Toyota Canada has been given the Vincentric Best Passenger Vehicle Value brand award. This award was joined by 12 vehicles from Toyota, Lexus, and Scion that were named Best Value in Canada in their respective segments, including the Toyota Prius, Camry, Avalon, Highlander, Sequoia, and Tacoma; the Lexus CT 200h, RC 350, ES 300h, and NX 200t; and the Scion iQ.

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2015 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Vincentric Canada award

The Highlander Hybrid was named best Crossover Hybrid for the fourth year in a row

“It’s an honour to be recognized with a number of 2015 Vincentric Best Value in Canada awards,” gushed Larry Hutchinson, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc. “These awards are a testament to Toyota’s commitment to quality, durability and reliability, all key ingredients for great value.”

The Toyota Prius was named Best Value Compact Hybrid for the third time overall, while the Avalon won the Large Sedan segment for the fourth year in a row. The Highlander won in two segments—Mid-Size Crossover for the second year running, and Crossover Hybrid for the fourth year running. Additionally, the Sequoia won Large SUV and the Tacoma won Mid-Size Pickup—both also for the fourth year in a row.

Vincentric uses a statistical analysis to determine each vehicle’s true cost-to-own. It then compares these figures to other models in that segment, and determines which vehicles are the best values in the long-term—not just at the get-go.

Meanwhile, in America: 2015 Toyota Camry Keeps its Status as America’s Best Selling Car