For Immediate Release
Vincentric Helps Drive Kiplinger Best New Car Results
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Michigan – November 10, 2005 – Vincentric, a leading automotive data compilation and analysis firm, announced today that it was selected by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine to supply automotive cost-of-ownership data to support the December, 2005 Best New Cars issue.
The issue contains Kiplinger’s 55th annual automotive buyer’s guide, designed to allow readers to pick the right vehicle at the right price. To help with those decisions, Vincentric supplied insurance, fuel, depreciation (used to estimate resale value), and service costs for each of the 436 vehicles included in Kiplinger’s buyer’s guide.
“We were looking for a partner that could provide high quality data, while also having the breadth and depth of data to add insight about the value of each vehicle we evaluated,” stated Mark Solheim, Senior Editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. “With Vincentric, we found what we were looking for.”
“We’re pleased that the combination of our high quality data and monthly updates met the needs of Kiplinger’s,” commented David Wurster, Co-founder and President of Vincentric. “Our ability to provide the cost to own and operate over 1,900 vehicle configurations per model year is a perfect fit for their financially savvy audience.”
The December, 2005 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance is expected to arrive at newsstands on November 14. For further information on the various automotive data services offered by Vincentric, visit www.vincentric.com
Vincentric provides data, knowledge, and insight to the automotive industry by identifying and applying the many aspects of automotive value. Using Vinbase™, its comprehensive, proprietary cost-of-ownership database, the company measures and analyzes the overall cost of owning and operating vehicles and its effect on the value provided to buyers. Vincentric, LLC, is a privately held automotive data compilation and analysis firm headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
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