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Pickup Trucks Still Most Researched New Vehicles According to

August 14, 2002

Kelley Blue Book's, a vehicle information resource, announced August 14 that the Chevrolet/GMC Silverado and Sierra pickups were the two most researched new vehicles among shoppers in July. The Ford F Series pickup came in a close second, according to KBB. The Honda Accord surpassed the Honda Civic last month and claimed the top passenger car slot and was third overall with the Civic finishing fourth. In the SUV category, the Ford Explorer came in first, and also rounded out the top five among all new vehicles researched on during the month of July.About Kelley Blue Book Based in Irvine, California, Kelley Blue Book is used by both consumers and the automotive industry as a resource for car-buying research and information.
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