OREANDA-NEWS. General Motors announced today that five of its vehicles have earned Vincentric 2016 Best Fleet Value in America™ awards.

In the 11 years since the program began, more GM vehicles have won Vincentric awards than any other manufacturer.

These awards are used by fleet operators to understand vehicle life cycle costs, which is a key part of the purchase decision process.

GM Best Fleet Value winners:

“General Motors received awards in a wide range of segments,” said David Wurster, president of Vincentric. “It’s clear that GM’s strong product portfolio provides measurable value to fleet customers.”

The automaker also announced that each of the award-winning vehicles has the Lowest Lifecycle Cost in its class and GM also earned the Vincentric honor for Best Value Full-Size Pickups.

“These awards show that our fleet offerings run the gamut and we can offer vehicles to meet the needs of any fleet in the country,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, General Motors Fleet. “Not only are these vehicles great for the road, but they show our customers they are also great for their bottom line.”

To determine the Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America™ awards, eight costs for each of the 2,700 qualifying vehicles were measured in the 50 states and Washington, D.C., with data used to create U.S. totals. The areas where cost was measured were depreciation, fees and taxes, financing, fuel, insurance, maintenance, opportunity costs and repairs.

General Motors Fleet is committed to providing customers with a broad range of products that have outstanding safety, quality, reliability and value, along with innovative business solutions that allow fleets to save money and give drivers the features and functions they need to get their work done. Offerings range from small cars to medium duty trucks, along with a number of propulsion options to help “green” your fleet.

Vincentric provides data, knowledge, and insight to the automotive industry by identifying and applying the many aspects of automotive value. Vincentric data is used by organizations such as Business Fleet Magazine, Ford Motor Company, Cars.com, General Motors, Toyota, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, NADA Guides, Hyundai, Union Leasing and Fleet-Central.com as a means of providing automotive insight to their clientele. Vincentric, LLC is a privately held automotive data compilation and analysis firm headquartered in Bingham Farms, Michigan.