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When shopping for a new vehicle you have hundreds of choices to consider. In addition to selecting the right vehicle, you have to find the value of your trade-in (if any), as well as financing and leasing choices, extended warranty options as well as other add-on accessories. 

Dealers make money in all parts of the transaction. First, of course on the sale of a vehicle; Second, dealers try to make money on the trade-in by offering a "below market price" value that allows the Used Car department to sell your trade-in for a greater profit. Third; dealers make money by arranging the finance or lease terms on the vehicle purchase; Fourth, dealers offers extended warranties and other added-on accessories.

When considering these additional factors, selecting the right dealer and salesperson can make the entire transaction seemless. In many dealerships, internet sales departments have been set up and staffed with select salespeople to assist the educated buyer that takes the time to research not only a customer's vehicle needs, but, the other elements of a vehicle transaction.

Automotive Newswire Network ("ANN") is featuring below both Car & Drivers 10 Best vehicles for 2016 and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety top safety picks for 2016. Each awarded vehicle features a dealer and salesperson that is committed to providing excellent customer service in assisting car buyers in all the elements of a new car purchase. Simply select the vehicle your interested in and you will be linked to a page with a featured dealer and salesperson committed to making your next vehicle transaction as easy as possible.

Or, if your interested in a new vehicle not on this years Car & Driver 10 Best, or the IIHS top safety picks list, select the brand from the list below to find a local dealer and customer service oriented salesperson to assist you with the make and model you desire.

Select Brand to Find Top Rated Salespeople
Acura Ford Lexus Scion
Audi GMC Lincoln Smart
BMW Honda Mazda Subaru
Buick Hyundai Mercedes Toyota
Cadillac Infiniti Mini Volkswagen
Chevrolet Jaguar Mitsubishi Volvo
Chrysler Jeep Nissan  
Dodge Kia Porsche  
Fiat Land Rover Ram  

10Best involves more than drawing up lists of Car & Driver sub-$80,000 favorites. Every year they enter into a weeklong evaluation looking for new and improved combinations of virtues: value and engagement, performance and poise, sights and sounds, soul and character. The cars that earn this award do more than merely succeed on one or two criteria; they come to Car & Driver fully formed, polished, complete. But how do they get that way? This year Car & Driver delve deeper into their winners’ makings to better explain why they won. Who builds and develops these cars? Where? How do they go about it? What is a 10Bester truly made of? There are, of course, varied answers because cars are not simple things. You do not buy them on Etsy, and we’re not running a Maker Faire here. Automobiles are still the most complex and technologically advanced consumer products that man has ever devised. What follows in this section is our proof. 

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 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ("IIHS") conducts vehicle tests to determine crashworthiness — how well a vehicle protects its occupants in a crash. It also rates vehicles for front crash prevention, systems that warn the driver or brake automatically to avoid or mitigate a frontal collision. The vehicles that perform best in the tests qualify for TOP SAFETY PICK, which has been awarded since the 2006 model year, or TOP SAFETY PICK+, which was inaugurated in 2013.


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Looking for a car that's in it for the long haul? Check out the top 10 ranked cars most likely to hit 250,000 miles a d find local dealers comitted to finding the right car at the right price.


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