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AutoPacific names Jeep Grand Cherokee Best-in-Class in 2016 Ideal Vehicle Awards



- Jeep Grand Cherokee wins AutoPacific’s Ideal Vehicle Award (IVA) for the Mid-Size SUV segment for the sixth consecutive year

- Based on 65,000 responses from a national survey, US auto research firm AutoPacific’s Ideal Vehicle Awards judge vehicles that best meet their owner’s expectations and desires

The Jeep Grand Cherokee has added yet another accolade to its ever-growing list of international awards, with the Grand Cherokee named the “Most Ideal Mid-Size SUV" in AutoPacific’s Ideal Vehicle Awards

This is the sixth consecutive year the Jeep Grand Cherokee has won AutoPacific’s Ideal Vehicle Award for the Mid-Size SUV segment, with surveyed owners of the 2015 Grand Cherokee indicating they are driving a vehicle that meets or exceeds their expectations

“The Jeep Grand Cherokee has been a consistent winner in AutoPacific’s Ideal Vehicle Award research. For the last six years, Grand Cherokee owners have rated the vehicle as the SUV best targeted to its owners’ wants and needs,” said George Peterson, president of AutoPacific, Inc. “Grand Cherokee owners want very little changed. This is a testament to the excellence Jeep planners, designers and engineers have in understanding exactly what their customers want.”

The 2016 awards are based on responses from over 65,000 owners of new model year 2015 and 2016 vehicles across all major manufacturers. Surveyed after 90 days of ownership, respondents were asked what changes they would make to their car or truck in 15 key categories, including ride and handling, interior storage, safety features, power and acceleration and technology.
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