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2005 Chrysler 300 Wins "Editors' Most Significant Vehicle of the Year" Award From

November 9, 2004

Chrysler Group captured four separate product awards from in the Web site's seventh annual "Editors' Most Wanted" awards program. Chrysler Group accepted the awards at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) trade show in Las Vegas on November named the all-new 2005 Chrysler 300 as its Most Significant Vehicle of the Year and the Editors' Most Wanted Sedan Under $25,000 for 2005. The Dodge Magnum was named Editors' Most Wanted Wagon Under $25,000 for 2005, while the Dodge Dakota was honored with the Editors' Most Wanted Compact Truck for 2005.Editors at vote for 26 favorite models from the roster of 2005 models in a variety of vehicle classes and price points. "Editors’ Most Wanted" awards are a compilation of input from the editorial staff, reflecting the vehicles they personally most desire. The "Editors’ Most Significant Vehicle of the Year" is awarded to one vehicle annually.
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