Voting Is Open for Cars.com's Shoppers' Choice Award

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Each year we conduct a voting contest that allows you to choose your favorite vehicle from the top 10 most searched vehicles on our parent site, Cars.com. We tally the most searched vehicles from 2014 and present them to you, and then you get to choose the vehicle you think deserves to be our Shoppers' Choice award.

We'll announce the winner on Jan. 13, 2015, during our annual party on the night of the second media day of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, along with our other favorite top picks in 10 different automotive categories. Naturally, our favorite is the Best Pickup Truck category (won last year by the Chevy Silverado 1500), but we also take great interest in the off-road category.

You can vote for your favorite choice (no more than once a day) at our Cars.com Facebook page. Last year the Ford Mustang took the prize and is once again nominated as a finalist. Voting starts now and will continue through Dec. 4.

The top 10 most-searched vehicles are:

  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • Dodge Durango
  • Ford F-150
  • Ford Mustang
  • Honda CR-V
  • Honda Odyssey
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Mazda3
  • Toyota Corolla
  • Toyota Prius

Cars.com image by Joe Bruzek

 

Comments

@bvonscott. I rarely agree with you on gmi but with this I do. GMC is the truck & suv-cuv company within GMC. I'd prefer the GM Company make cars theirs as well instead of putting a Buick nameplate on GMC cars. They just de-value the GM name by putting Buick on there. Buick is no more real than Chevrolet. It's all GM or GMC. I say screw the fictitious chevy brand and buick brand both. They're both forgeries. Brands are so 1990's fake. It's like Beverly Hills 90210. Old, fake, hasn't been real in decades and irrelevant now. Give me the real deal GM or GMC dudes! Chevy sucks.

This whole talk of GM trying to promote GMC and undermine Chevy is a little far fetched and it is not factual. The Silverado is still usually the next best selling truck behind the F150, except for the month that Ram overtook the Silverado sales. I don't think GM favors one brand over the other. The main issue is that GM has 2 truck brands instead of one.

Having 2 truck brands creates the need to differentiate 2 of the same truck. So this results in them having 2 slightly different trucks and one naturally end up being favored by the consumers.

HEMI MONSTER--Agree they still sell a lot of Chevies. Competition is good for everyone, just be glad that you as a consumer can choose among GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, and Nissan. In all honesty you cannot go wrong with any of them and with proper care and routine maintenance all will give years of service. Comments from fan boys are not very effective in changing what most will buy. Buy what ever brand you like and enjoy it.

I vote for the Prius. When the new Silverado was supposed to resemble the 1998 Silverado ALOT more than just a refreshed '07 model with more squareness all around, I lost interest in the truck. Atleast with the Prius, the overwhelming leader of hybrid technology will no doubt deliver more than the customer wants. The new Silverado made me feel like I've seen this truck, like 7 years ago. But the engine was totally new.........wow.



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