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Chicago—January 10, 2008—The Nissan Rogue was the most popular new-car introduction in terms of consumer searches on Cars.com in 2007, according to the most recent Cars.com Consumer Search Index. The 2008 Nissan Rogue was followed in popularity among Cars.com shoppers by the Infiniti G37, Buick Enclave and Dodge Avenger.
"Nissan finally got into the compact crossover/SUV market in 2007 and has received positive reviews for the all-new Rogue," said Cars.com managing editor Patrick Olsen. "With gas prices being so high, smaller crossover vehicles like the Rogue are likely to remain popular. We see this playing out in the search behavior of shoppers on Cars.com."
Below is the complete list of the 10 most popular new-car introductions on Cars.com in 2007.
|Top New-Car Introductions for 2007|
New models with the most searches on Cars.com
|5||Ford Taurus X|
|8||Land Rover LR2|
To be eligible for the list, a car had to be a completely new '08 model that was introduced to consumers in 2007. The list was generated by calculating each car's average number of monthly searches since it was made available to consumers on Cars.com.
Cars.com is the most comprehensive destination for those looking to buy or sell a new or used car. The site lists more than 2.4 million vehicles from more than 15,000 dealer customers, classified advertisers and private parties to offer the more than 8 million unique visitors who log on to the site each month the best selection of new and used cars online, as well as the content, tools and advice to support their shopping experience. Cars.com combines powerful inventory search tools and new-car configuration with pricing information, photo galleries, buying guides, side-by-side comparison tools, original editorial content and reviews to help millions of car shoppers connect with sellers each month.
Launched in June 1998, Cars.com is a division of Classified Ventures, LLC, (http://classifiedventures.com), which is owned by leading media companies, including Belo (NYSE: BLC), Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI), The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI), Tribune Company (NYSE: TRB) and The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO).