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Honda, Ford Are Favorites Among Online Comparison Shoppers in October

November 19, 2001

InvoiceDealers, a pioneer in automotive Internet marketing, has announced the favorite cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans of online comparison shoppers in October 2001.The Ford F-Series continued its dominance as the Overall Most Requested Vehicle. October also marked the 20th consecutive month that theF-Series finished number one in the Truck category.The Honda Accord got the nod over the Honda Civic for first place in Cars. These two Hondas have taken turns at first and second place in their category, every month since July. The Chevrolet Corvette debuted on the InvoiceDealers Favorites, placing ninth.The Ford Explorer and Chevrolet Tahoe claimed the top two positions in Sport Utility Vehicles for three straight months. The Jeep Liberty, a newcomer to the favorite SUVs, ranked eighth.The Honda Odyssey and Ford Windstar captured first and second in Minivans while the Toyota Sienna fell to sixth, its lowest ranking ever.Cars1 Honda Accord2 Honda Civic3 Toyota Camry4 Nissan Altima5 Ford MustangTrucks1 Ford F-Series2 Chevrolet Silverado3 Dodge Ram Pickup4 GMC Sierra5 Dodge DakotaSport Utility Vehicles1 Ford Explorer2 Chevrolet Tahoe3 Ford Escape4 Chevrolet Suburban5 Ford ExpeditionMinivans1 Honda Odyssey2 Ford Windstar3 Dodge Caravan4 Chrysler Town & Country5 Dodge Grand CaravanAbout the StudyThe InvoiceDealers Popularity Index(SM) calculates each vehicle's popularitybased on data derived from online shoppers who select cars on InvoiceDealers and Dealix CorporationDealix Corp. is a data services provider focused on the automotive industry. Its principal unit, InvoiceDealers, provides the Gold Standard(TM) buyer referral product to automotive retailers, dealer groups, retailnetworks, and auto manufacturers nationwide.Founded in 1998, the company is privately held.
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