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Nissan Titan Named Edmunds.com Editors' Most Significant Vehicle of the Year for 2004
Santa Monica, CA - October 9, 2003 - Edmunds.com, the Internet's premiere resource for consumer automotive information, today named the Nissan Titan the Edmunds.com Editors' Most Significant Vehicle of the Year for 2004.
This accolade is awarded to a vehicle that changes the rules of a given segment, creates a new niche or redefines an automaker's image.
"The Titan represents the first true import competitor to the full-size trucks from Ford, GM and Dodge changing the rules for that segment," explains Karl Brauer, Editor In Chief of Edmunds.com. "Titan also represents Nissan's entry into the best-selling market segment on the planet, redefining its image as a full-line automaker."
Past award winners include the Nissan 350Z, MINI Cooper, Chrysler PT Cruiser and Honda Insight; details can be reviewed at http://www.edmunds.com/reviews/mostwanted/2003/index.html and video clips are available at http://www.edmunds.com/video/.
On October 28, the Edmunds.com Editors' Most Wanted awards will be announced, recognizing the current model year vehicles the Edmunds.com editors would buy with their own money. Members of the public are invited to vote for their own vehicle choices at Edmunds.com each April. Last year's Consumers' Most Wanted award winners can be found at http://www.edmunds.com/reviews/consumersmostwanted/2003/index.html.
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Edmunds.com is the premier online resource for automotive information. Its comprehensive set of data, tools and services, including Edmunds.com True Market Value® pricing, is generated by Edmunds Data Services and is licensed to third parties. For example, the company supplies over 800,000 pages of content for the auto sections of AOL and NYTimes.com, provides weekly data to Automotive News and delivers monthly data reports to Wall Street analysts. Edmunds.com was named "best car research" site by Forbes ASAP, is viewed by consumers as the "most useful Web site" according to the J.D. Power and Associates New Autoshopper.com StudiesSM for both 2001 and 2002, and was ranked first in the Survey of Car-Shopping Web Sites as reported by The Wall Street Journal. The company is headquartered in Santa Monica, California and maintains a satellite office in Troy, Michigan.