Ford or Lincoln vehicles have captured the most awards by a single manufacturer among the 39 vehicles named to Vincentric's Best Fleet Value in America list for the 2018 model year.
Five Ford vehicles, including the F-150, F-350, Transit 150 cargo van, Transit 150 XL passenger van, and Taurus sedan topped their categories, while Lincoln's MKZ Hybrid and MKX midsize SUV were also named.
Nissan and Infiniti vehicles also topped six categories. Nissan's winners included the NV200 compact van, Versa and Versa Note, while the Infiniti vehicles included the QX30, QX60, and Q50 midsize sedan.
Toyota had five winners, including the Camry, Prius Prime, C-HR, Tacoma, and Sienna.
The four General Motors winners included a trio of Chevrolet Express diesel vans (G2500 and G3500 passenger vans and G3500 cargo) and the GMC Sierra 2500 W/T crew cab.
Fiat Chrysler winners included the Ram ProMaster City compact passenger van and Dodge Durango.
Vincentric picks vehicles with the lowest lifecycle costs using a window of 36 months and 25,000 miles. The firm calculates an overall price to own using eight areas, including depreciation, fuel, insurance, financing, repairs, fees and taxes, opportunity costs, and maintenance.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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