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Back in 1901, Packard ads urged early auto shoppers to "ask the man who owns one." Today, as part of our Annual Questionnaire, we ask our subscribers--the men and the women who own a car or truck--whether they would buy that model again, considering its price, performance, comfort, and reliability
The more than 226,000 responses to that question yielded the owner-satisfaction ratings in our vehicle profiles (pages 32 to 76) and the highs and lows listed here. Even the least-satisfied owners were far from miserable. But their responses can help you choose a model you'll find satisfying to own:
* Imports continue to outscore domestics. Asian and European brands …