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NEW YORK, NY USA 03/26/2001
18 Cars and Trucks, 14 Categories, 10 Thrilled Automakers NEW YORK, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE, a PRIMEDIA publication, announced the winners of its coveted Readers' Choice All-Stars Awards at the 2001 New York International Automobile Show in Manhattan's Jacob K. Javits Center in New York. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010326/NYAUTOLOGO ) The 18 winning vehicles were chosen by more than 5,000 AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE readers who made their best-in-class selections from over 200 production cars and trucks. "Reaching out to thousands of car enthusiasts for their thoughts and opinions is the best way for auto manufacturers to gauge how good their cars really are," said AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE's editor-in-chief Jean Jennings. "The survey is the most comprehensive in the business, and our readers represent a broad cross-section of the car-buying public. That's what makes this award so important and stimulating." Here are the 2001 AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE Readers' Choice All-Star Awards: Category Make Model Best Small Car Chrysler PT Cruiser Best Family Sedan/Wagon Volkswagen Passat Best Luxury Sedan/Wagon Under $40,000 BMW 525i/530i Best Luxury Sedan/Wagon Over $40,000 Mercedes S-Class Best Sports Sedan BMW M5 Best Sports Car Under $40,000 Chevrolet Corvette Best Sports Car Over $40,000 Porsche 911 Turbo Best Coupe BMW 3-Series Best GT Car Porsche 911 Carrera Best Minivan Chrysler Town & Country Best Minivan Dodge Caravan Best Small SUV Ford Escape Best Small SUV Mazda Tribute Best Midsize SUV BMW X5 Best Large SUV Chevrolet Suburban Best Large SUV GMC Yukon XL Best Pick-Up Truck Chevrolet Silverado Best Pick-Up Truck GMC Sierra For the full report on the 2001 Readers' Choice All-Star Awards, check out the May issue of AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE, available at newsstands now. Or log on to the magazine's website: http://www.automobilemag.com. PRIMEDIA, with 2000 sales of $1.7 billion, is a targeted media company with print, video and Internet businesses focused on consumer and business-to-business audiences. Some key businesses include Seventeen, New York, Chicago, Fly Fisherman, Channel One Network and 16 other specialty satellite television and TV distribution services, Horticulture, Modern Bride, American Baby, IntelliChoice, Telephony, American Demographics, About.com, and Films for the Humanities & Sciences. The Company owns and operates more than 1000 Web sites and other Internet properties.SOURCE AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE
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