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MotorWeek 2014 Drivers' Choice Best of the Year: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MotorWeek names the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray as its "Best of the Year" 2014 Drivers' Choice Award winner for delivering an exotic performance, for far less than an exotic price. The Drivers' Choice Awards, among the auto industry's most coveted honor, announces the awards annually at the Chicago Auto Show. The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray stood out amongst competition for its eye catching exterior design, high tech substances, honest quality and lofty performance.

"With MotorWeek's longstanding reputation for representing the pulse of the consumer and best market choices, Chevrolet is honored and delighted to be the recipient of the Drivers' Choice, Best of the Year, 2014 with the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray," said Tim Mahoney, Chief Marketing Officer, Global Chevrolet.  "This is a fabulous award and one that we are exceptionally proud to call our own."

"The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is an amazing effort at an amazingly affordable price," says MotorWeek host John Davis.  "It looks great from every angle, and is a total high performance package that is truly world class. Nothing is left out - from track-ready features, to impressive driver comfort, to the kind of fuel economy that is the envy of the sports car world."

Recognized as the best overall among winners in 13 lifestyle categories, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray also won as "Best Sport Performance Car." All Drivers' Choice winners are featured on Motorweek.org, as well as on a special episode (#3323) of MotorWeek airing on public television stations beginning February 8, 2014, and on cable's Velocity beginning February 18, 2014. MotorWeek and the 2014 Driver's Choice Awards are nationally sponsored by RockAuto, Tire Rack, and DieHard.

The MotorWeek Drivers' Choice Awards are consumer focused and represent the best automotive picks for a large range of lifestyles. MotorWeek's editorial staff evaluates more than 150 cars, trucks, and sports utility vehicles. Winners are chosen based on performance, technology, practicality, fuel efficiency and dollar value.

2014 Drivers' Choice Winners:




Best Subcompact Car

Ford Fiesta ST

Best Compact Car

Mazda3

Best Family Sedan

Jaguar F-Type

Best Luxury Sedan

Cadillac CTS

Best Sport Sedan

Subaru WRX

Best Sports Coupe

BMW 4 Series

Best Performance Car

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Best Small Utility

Jeep Cherokee

Best Large Utility

Hyundai Santa Fe

Best Pickup Truck

Ram 1500

Best ECO-Friendly

Honda Accord Hybrid

Beast Dream Machine

 

 

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series
Porsche 911 Turbo S
Land Rover Range Rover Sport

MotorWeek is one of the nation's leading sources for the latest car and truck reviews, do-it-yourself car care tips and auto industry news. Produced by Maryland Public Television, the award-winning series is now in its 33rd season and currently airs on PBS, Velocity, and V-me Spanish-language network. Full episodes can also be viewed on pbs.org.

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