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Toyota has won the Vincentric Best Passenger Vehicle Value brand award for the fourth consecutive year, and is also a repeat winner of the Vincentric Best Hybrid Brand in Canada claim.

“It’s an honour to be recognized with a number of 2015 Vincentric Best Value in Canada awards,” said Larry Hutchinson, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc. “These awards are a testament to Toyota’s commitment to quality, durability and reliability, all key ingredients for great value.”

In addition to the overall brand awards, 12 Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles were honoured with Vincentric’s Best Value in Canada title in their respective segments. The model awards include:

Toyota Prius – Compact Hybrid (three-time winner)
Toyota Camry – Mid-Size Sedan
Toyota Avalon – Large Sedan (fourth year in a row)
Toyota Highlander – Mid-Size Crossover (second year in a row)
Toyota Highlander – Crossover Hybrid (fourth year in a row)
Toyota Sequoia – Large SUV (fourth year in a row)
Toyota Tacoma – Mid-Size Pickup (fourth year in a row)
Scion iQ – Micro (third year in a row)

To determine the 2015 Vincentric Best Value in Canada awards, Vincentric uses a statistical analysis to measure the cost to own and operate each model and compares it against its expected costs, based on the vehicle’s segment. Vehicles with the lowest expected costs when compared to their respective segments were considered to be the best value.

Browse our inventory of award-winning models here.