The Jeep® and Dodge brands have both been announced as winners in the fifth annual Vincentric Best Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Value in Canada Awards.
The awards by vehicle segment are determined by the Bingham Farms, Michigan-based company based on statistical analysis, incorporating the total cost of ownership and current market prices of all CPO vehicles for applicable model years.
For the first time, Jeep Gladiator has won the Small/Midsize Pickup segment Vincentric award. Engineered from the ground up to be the most off-road capable Jeep truck ever, Gladiator builds on a rich heritage of tough, dependable trucks with an unmatched combination of rugged utility, authentic Jeep design, open-air freedom, clever functionality, and versatility.
Related to that award, for the first time, the Jeep brand has been named Best Certified Pre-Owned Value in Canada Brand in the Truck category. All of its eligible CPO models were weighed to determine this number one position.
In a repeat win, Dodge Grand Caravan has been named Best CPO Value in Canada: Minivan segment. As the company first to introduce the minivan, Stellantis has innovated 117 minivan firsts over six generations of the vehicle. The company has sold more than 15 million minivans globally since 1983; twice as many as any other manufacturer in the past 37 years.
“Building quality products that resonate in the new car showroom, as well as on our dealer’s pre-owned lots enriches our brands as a whole and delivers recognition such as these awards from Vincentric,” said David Buckingham, President and CEO, Stellantis Canada.
Model years 2017-2021 were considered in the 2022 Vincentric Best CPO Value in Canada Awards, with a total of five brand categories and 28 model-level segments.
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