Chevrolet Malibu Voted 2010-MY Fleet Car of the Year
Chevrolet wins Fleet Car of the Year five years running, with the Malibu capturing the honor for the second straight year. Fleets commend the 2010 Malibu for distinctive styling, outstanding fuel efficiency, and exemplary quality.
Once again, Chevrolet has captured the Fleet Car of the Year award with the 2010-model Malibu taking top honors. For the fifth year in a row, Chevrolet has won Fleet Car of the Year. Last year, the Malibu also took the top prize, while previously, the Impala won three years running.
Fleet professionals voted on the top 2010 model-year fleet vehicles in the annual online award program sponsored by Automotive Fleet and Business Fleet magazines.
Qualified fleet buyers voted on 75 2010 model-year cars. Fleet managers could vote for one vehicle in both car and truck categories and were encouraged to select the car and/or truck that best fit their company fleet needs, considering features, function, styling, maintenance, remarketing value, OEM service, and driver feedback. Votes were cast on www.automotive-fleet.com.
Inaugurated in 2003, the Fleet Car and Truck of the Year awards continue Automotive Fleet magazine's efforts to promote excellence in the fleet industry. In addition to spotlighting outstanding fleet professionals with its Fleet Manager of the Year Award, the magazine extended that recognition to the products and tools that allow fleet professionals to do their jobs at the highest possible level, including vehicles they select to perform their companies' missions.
2010-MY Chevrolet Malibu
"We're honored and proud of this accomplishment," said Brent Dewar, vice president of the Chevrolet Global Brand. "Knowing that fleet managers vote for their favorites and have chosen the Chevrolet Malibu once again gives us validation that our customer focus is on the right track."