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With the year coming to a close, consumers are bound to start looking at cars. We all know many automakers have already started to release vehicles for the new model year, and with that, dealerships are trying to get 2020 models off the lot to make room for what’s new. That means deals, deals, deals! Here at NowCar, you can get deals all-year-long. We love to talk about tech and the best of the best, and around this time of year, so do automotive journalists. A well-known name in the industry, Vincentric recently finalized its Best Certified Pre-Owned Value Awards list, and there are a couple of highlights to talk about.
There are some winners that are obvious and some that surprised us this year. The list names many vehicles, but there are several that won separate awards that stood out. For instance, this year, the Chrysler Pacifica minivan was named as the Vincentric Best CPO Value in America in the minivan segment. With a last reported starting MSRP of $ 35,820 (plus destination fee) it’s a great starting vehicle for a family. However, the Pacifica didn’t win the minivan segment. Crazy right? That honor actually goes to the Dodge Grand Caravan - a fantastic sendoff for its final model year. Godspeed.
Also an out-standing model, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 popped up in this list. It’s last reported starting MSRP was at $15,295 (plus destination fee). Taking home the honors among all subcompact vehicles, the Mirage G4 was named the model with the lowest cost of ownership. That’s saying a lot, but much of it can be thanks to the amazing warranties Mitsubishi Motors provides. All vehicles are covered by a basic limited warranty for 5 years/60,000 miles, a powertrain limited warranty for 10 years/100,000 miles, 7 years or 100,000 miles of anti-corrosion coverage, and roadside assistance. An automaker with similar protection is Kia Corp.
Kia also brings home a win from the Vincentric Best CPO Value Awards. Winning over the competition in the Subcompact car segment, the Kia Rio was named as the winner. Ownership costs were nearly 3-percent amongst seven competitors, and although that sounds minuscule, keep in mind the starting MSRP for the 2022 Kia Rio is $16,150 (plus destination fee). From here on out, many automakers like Mitsubishi Motors, Kia Corp, and Nissan are focusing on electric vehicle development. Continuing to take home the win in this category, the Nissan Leaf won the Best CPO award for the Electric/Plug-in Hybrid segment. The 2022 Leaf has a starting price of $27,400 (plus destination fee).
Another surprising win was the Maserati Ghibli. With so many strong vehicles in the Maserati lineup, this vehicle won the Luxury Large Car segment. Maserati is known for some luxury, and is joining the electric front with the rest of Stellantis vehicles, but the Ghibli is a shock. What isn’t shocking is the Mercedes Benz A-Class also landed amongst the winners for the luxury car segments, beating the competition for Best CPO Value in America for the Luxury Compact Car segment. The A-Class has a starting MSRP of $33,950 (plus destination fee).
Another expected win came for the GMC Sierra 2500, a well-known truck, and sharing the winners circle with the likes of Ford and Toyota. The GMC Sierra 2500 won the full-size 3/4 ton pickup truck segment. Woof, that’s a heavy duty truck. With a starting MSRP of $36,200 that’s not a bad price.
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