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Vincentric Announces Best CPO Value Awards

August 5, 2014

Photo of 2010 Transit Connect courtesy of Ford.
Photo of 2010 Transit Connect courtesy of Ford.

Ford and Toyota each took seven categories in Vincentric's 2014 Best CPO (certified pre-owned) Value awards announced today that covered 41 vehicle segments as well as three affordable brands.

Honda earned the title of best CPO value for a passenger car, while Buick took home the best CPO value for a luxury vehicle. Chevrolet claimed best CPO value for a truck.

In the pickup truck categories, the Toyota Tacoma, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, and GMC Sierra 3500 earned top CPO among compact pickups, half-ton pickups, three-quarter-ton heavy duty pickups, and one-ton heavy duty pickups respectively.

Among the vans, Ford earned top honors for its E-Series for passenger van and cargo van, as well as the Transit Connect for mini cargo vans.

View the full list of winners here.

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