The 2014 Corvette Stingray’s trophy cabinet is already pretty full so Tadge and Harlan will have to move over that North American Car of the Year trophy to make room for another award they picked up this week for customer satisfaction. The new C7 Stingray, along with 2014’s Impala, Sonic and Camaro were the tops of their segments in the 2014 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Survey.
The eight annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards are based on AutoPacific’s measurement of customer satisfaction with their new car or light truck. The survey covers how satisfied the owner is with the vehicle in 50 different categories including operation, comfort, safety and purchase. AutoPacific says their total survey measured more than 92,000 new car and truck owners in the USA.
The four Award-winning Chevrolets and their segments:
- Corvette – Sports car
- Impala – Large Car
- Sonic – Economy car
- Camaro – Sporty car
The four awards are the most for any automaker in this survey.
“Today’s Chevrolet car lineup is the best in the brand’s history with the design, performance, technology and safety that consumers want and expect,” said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president, Chevrolet. “Everything we do at Chevrolet is focused on offering the best possible experience for the consumer. These four AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards prove we are delivering on that promise.”
AutoPacific is a market research and consulting firm focused on the automotive industry. A search of our archives found the 2006 Corvette was the Sports Car segment leader in the survey’s inaugural year.
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