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Autobytel Announces 2008 Awards

November 15, 2007

The automotive editors and analysts of, Autobytel Inc.’s new vertical search experience, recently announced the results for the fifth annual Editors’ Choice Awards, a ranking of the best new 2008 vehicles on the market. Car of the Year and Best New Entry Luxury Car Under $40,000 – Cadillac CTS
Truck of the Year and Best New Pickup — Ford Super Duty
Utility Vehicle of the Year and Best New Luxury Utility Vehicle Under $75,000 — Buick Enclave
Hybrid of the Year — Chevy Tahoe Hybrid/GMC Yukon Hybrid
Best Kept Secret for 2008 and Best New Wagon — Kia Rondo
Best Car for Teen Drivers – Honda Civic
Best New Minivan – Chrysler Town & Country / Dodge Grand Caravan
Best New Small Car – Volvo C30
Best New Midsize Car – Chevrolet Malibu
Best New Large Car – Ford Taurus / Mercury Sable
Best Family Car – Hyundai Santa Fe
Best New Luxury Car Under $75,000 – BMW 5 Series
Best New Convertible Under $75,000 – Audi TT Roadster
Best New Sports Car Under $75,000 – Audi S5
Best New Small SUV – Saturn Vue
Best New Midsize SUV – Hyundai Veracruz
Best New Large SUV – Mazda CX-9
Best Non-Hybrid for the Environment – Honda Civic GX
Most Fun New Car for 2008 – Infiniti G37
Best New Dream Car Over $75,000 – Aston Martin V-8 Vantage Roadster
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