AOL Autos, sibling channel to Autoblog, has chosen a Car of the Year and Truck of the Year for the first time.
Editor-in-Chief David Kiley dubbed the awards, "Editors' Choice Awards", reflecting the fact that the selections were made by polling AOL Editors for their nominations. Their choices were discussed and consolidated with winners and three runners up per category.
Autoblog editors and staff did not participate in voting.
"Since we test just about every vehicle on the market, and certainly all the newly designed vehicles that come out, I felt like we should assert our collective opinion into the mix," said Kiley.
"This was a very good year for cars, which made it tough, but not a great year for eligible SUVs and trucks. But I feel really strongly about the choices we made; that both vehicles could win in any year," said Kiley.
To see the winners and runner-ups, click here. And please, argue the selections in the comment areas.