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Dealix Announces 'Favorite Cars of January 2002'

February 27, 2002

Dealix Corp., the home of InvoiceDealers, has released the favorite cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans of its online shoppers for the month of January 2002.The Ford F-Series kicked off 2002 in first place as the Overall Favorite Vehicle. It also continued to dominate Trucks, keeping the Chevrolet Silverado in second place for 15 months.The Honda Accord topped the Cars category and finished second in Overall Favorites. The Nissan Altima was the runner-up in Cars and has now edged the Honda Civic for two consecutive months.The Ford Explorer is on a six-month streak at first place in SUVs. Meanwhile, other SUVs played musical chairs again. The Chevrolet Trailblazer took the silver, while the Honda CR-V grabbed the bronze, its best finish yet inSUVs.The Honda Odyssey continued to dominate Minivans, almost tripling the score of the runner-up, Dodge Caravan, according to Dealix.About the StudyThe Dealix Popularity Index(SM) results are derived from online selections made by car shoppers at Dealix Commerce ServicesDealix Commerce Services, home of InvoiceDealers, helps its clients use theInternet to promote and sell cars. Thousands of auto dealers, dealer groups, and automotive manufacturers nationwide utilize Dealix's services.Car buyers visit to initiate purchase requests to participating auto retailers.Dealix Commerce Services is a unit of DealixCorp., founded in 1998 and based in Palo Alto, Calif.
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