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Intellichoice Announces Best Overall Value of the Year Winners

February 16, 2005

Chicago—Feb. 9, 2005— Automotive information source IntelliChoice announced this week the winners of its 19th annual "Best Overall Value of the Year" awards for 2005 model year cars, trucks, vans and SUVs.IntelliChoice's Best Overall Value of the Year awards recognize vehicles whose cost of ownership is significantly less than that of other peer models and provides a quick reference to finding vehicles that promise the best return on investment.This year, from the vehicles analyzed, IntelliChoice has identified 37 winning models for segment and class accolades. The overall category winners include: Best Car Value Under $23,000 - Toyota Prius Best Car Value Over $23,000 - Lexus LS 430 Best SUV Value Under $28,000 - Toyota Highlander 2WD Best SUV Value Over $28,000 - Toyota Sequoia SR5 2WD Best Truck Value Under $26,000 - Toyota Tundra Regular Cab Best Truck Value Over $26,000 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab LS 2WD Best Van Value Under $25,000 - Honda Odyssey LX Best Van Value Over $25,000 - Honda Odyssey EX The IntelliChoice evaluation process aggregates and analyzes data from auto manufacturers, the U.S. government, and third-party data resources to determine the true costs of ownership of new vehicles over a five-year period.
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