In Strategic Vision's version of what seems like endless stream of quality and satisfaction surveys, GM and Nissan both came out winners. GM has the most vehicles taking top honors with six. The Pontiac G6 was top mid-size car award, Buick Rainier was the top mid-size SUV and the GMC Sierra was the top heavy-duty pickup. The Cadillac Escalade and Hummer H2 tied with the Range Rover in the luxury SUV category, while the Corvette took the luxury specialty cars. Nissan grabbed five-titles with the Maxima, Titan, Murano, Armada and Infiniti FX35. The Ford Five Hundred tied with the Maxima for the large car title. Much like the JD Power study, Strategic Vision asks for owner's "emotional response" about their cars making it more of a satisfaction study than a quality survey.
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