The Camry Hybrid LE won the Mid-Size segment for the third consecutive year, totaling the tenth overall win in the segment for the Camry. - Photo: Toyota

The Camry Hybrid LE won the Mid-Size segment for the third consecutive year, totaling the tenth overall win in the segment for the Camry.

Photo: Toyota

The 19th annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America Awards are out — and once again, Ford and Toyota garnered the most awards for 2024-model year vehicles. Ford earned eight awards, double the amount of any other brand.

Ford Sweeps Truck Segments

Ford swept all four segments in the Truck category:  

  • Small pickup: Ford Maverick XL Supercrew FWD
  • Full-size ½-ton pickup: Ford F-150 Lightning Pro Supercrew 4WD
  • Full-size 3/4-ton pickup: Ford F-250 XL Reg Cab 2WD
  • Full-size 1-ton pickup: Ford F-350 XL Reg Cab 2WD SRW

The all-electric Lightning carried on the legacy of its gasoline counterpart and brought home the F-150’s ninth overall win in the Full-Size 1/2-Ton Pickup segment.

The F-350 XL had the lowest insurance costs in its class, according to Vincentric, which helped it earn its fifth win in a row for Full-Size 1-Ton Pickup.

Ford’s Van winners included second consecutive wins for the T350 passenger van, and the T150 and T250 cargo vans. Finally, the E-Transit 350 won the Full-Size 1-Ton Cargo Van segment by having the lowest fuel, maintenance, and operating costs in its class. 

All-electric vehicles took home awards in eight out of 25 categories, while hybrids took three and plug-in hybrids took two awards.

Toyota Wins in 3 of 4 Passenger Car Segments

Toyota won in four segments overall, including in three of four segments in the Passenger Car category:

The Camry Hybrid LE won in the Mid-Size segment for the third consecutive year. Camry has won the segment 10 times.

The Corolla Hybrid LE had the lowest depreciation cost in its class; the Prius Prime SE had the lowest insurance cost in its class, and the Sienna LE won an impressive ninth-time win in the Minivan segment.

Dodge, Subaru Claim Segment Wins

The Dodge Durango took its eighth consecutive win for Large SUV, helped by having the lowest operating costs in its class.

The Subaru Crosstrek and Outback earned their seventh win in their segments. They had the lowest depreciation and insurance costs in their class.

The Infiniti QX60 Pure FWD won in the Luxury Large SUV category. The model had the lowest fuel, repair, and depreciation costs in its class, leading to the model’s fifth overall win for Luxury Large SUV. 

Other brands with award winners were Audi, BMW, Cadillac, GMC, Hyundai, Mini, Tesla, and Volvo.

Luxury SUV Segment

  • Luxury Compact SUV: Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD
  • Luxury Mid-Size SUV: Cadillac Lyriq Tech
  • Luxury Large SUV: Infiniti QX60 Pure FWD

Luxury Sedan Segment

  • Luxury Compact: Tesla Model 3 Standard Range RWD
  • Luxury Mid-Size Sedan: BMW i4 eDrive35
  • Luxury Large Sedan: Volvo S90 Plug-In Hybrid T8 Plus eAWD
  • Luxury Wagon: Audi A4 Allroad Premium 45 2.0T

Van Segment

  • Minivan: Toyota Sienna LE
  • Full-Size 3/4-Ton Passenger Van: GMC Savana G2500 6.6L V8 SWB
  • Full-Size 1-Ton Passenger Van: Ford T350 Vans XLT Low Roof RWD 148
  • Full-Size 1/2-Ton Cargo Van: Ford T150 Vans Low Roof RWD 130
  • Full-Size 3/4-Ton Cargo Van: Ford T250 Vans Cargo Low Roof RWD 130
  • Full-Size 1-Ton Cargo Van: Ford E-Transit 350 Base Cargo LR 130 WB

“For nearly twenty years, the Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America Awards have been providing guidance to professionals across the fleet industry,” said David Wurster, Vincentric President. “Our awards are data-driven and are based on current market conditions to help OEMs, fleet management companies, and fleet operators make informed decisions and manage costs.”

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