Managing Editor Luke Vandezande commented that, “If you currently own an Outback, it’s worth planning a visit to the Subie store to trade up. If you don’t, there’s never been a better time to try one on for size. “
(PRWEB) November 14, 2014
Giving readers a choice to voice their opinion on which new car is the best, AutoGuide.com polled its readers as well as the over 30 million members of the 400+ AutoGuide Group forums, who responded by picking the all new Outback as their utility vehicle of the year.
Driven earlier this year by AutoGuide.com’s team of editors, managing editor Luke Vandezande commented that, “If you currently own an Outback, it’s worth planning a visit to the Subie store to trade up. If you don’t, there’s never been a better time to try one on for size. “
In many ways, the Outback carves a segment of its own by mixing the attributes of a station wagon with the sort of go-anywhere ground clearance that make SUVs capable of tackling almost any kind of terrain. It’s also easy to replicate the advertised fuel economy in real-world driving.
With seven different vehicle categories voted for in this year’s Reader’s Choice Awards, Ford took home two wins including the Truck of the Year for the F-150 and the Car of the Year for the Mustang. Winners in the remaining Reader’s Choice categories include the Jaguar F-Type Coupe for Sports Car of the Year, the Cadillac Escalade for Luxury Utility Vehicle of the Year, the Mercedes S-Class Coupe for the Luxury Car of the Year and the BMW i8 for the Green Car of the Year.
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