All-Star Cars Introduction Albany NY
All-Star Cars Introduction
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These five models rank among the top three in their respective segments for quality, performance and design by consumers who own them
Listed here in alphabetical order, the following five models rank among the top three in their respective segments in the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Initial Quality Study (IQS)SM and J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout Study (APEAL).SM In other words, the people that own them rated them high enough for quality, performance and design to earn a top-three ranking. These are the All-Star Reserves.
2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Officially out of production but still available on Chevy dealer lots through the remainder of 2007, the Monte Carlo is ranked among the top three midsize sporty cars for quality, design and performance. Sharing its platform and powertrains with the more popular Chevy Impala, the Monte Carlo is available in LS, LT and SS trim levels with two different V-6 engines (LT and LTZ) and a 303-hp V8 (SS). Owners cite powertrain quality as a particularly pleasing Monte Carlo attribute.
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Redesigned for 2007, the Chevrolet Suburban is the only large multi-activity vehicle (MAV)"also known as an SUV"that ranked among the top three in its segment for both quality and for performance and design. With three rows of seats capable of seating up to 8 passengers, plus enough luggage capacity behind the third-row seat to fill the trunks of two New York City taxicabs, the Suburban is adept at hauling people and cargo. It can also tow up to 9,700 pounds when properly equipped, and comes in half- and three-quarter-ton versions. Buyers can select LS, LT or LTZ trim with a variety of V-8 engines matched to two- or four-wheel drive. ...
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