Multi-Activity Vehicles Grand Rapids MI

In the multi-activity vehicle (MAV) segments, the Toyota FJ Cruiser, Buick Enclave and Toyota Sequoia are the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) StudySM award recipients.

AutoZone
(616) 742-9965
1112 Fuller Ave NE
E Grand Rapids, MI
 
Maaco Auto Body Shop and Collision Center
(616) 534-0305
2755 28Th Street S. W.
Wyoming, MI
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AutoZone
(616) 530-4609
2001 28th St SW
Wyoming, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 742-1100
619 Leonard St NW
Grand Rapids, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 464-3503
2850 28th St SE
Kentwood, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 241-9332
1210 S. Division Ave
Grand Rapids, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 447-0323
3434 Plainfield Avenue N.E.
Grand Rapids, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 246-7006
2920 Eastern Ave
Grand Rapids, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 827-9067
6729 Division Ave SE
Grand Rapids/Cutlerville, MI
 
AutoZone
(616) 785-5183
3655 NW Alpine Ave
Comstock Park, MI
 

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The multi-activity vehicle (MAV, a.k.a. sport utility vehicle) segment has fallen on hard times recently, the steady rise in gas prices continuing to take its toll on sales. Even though fuel economy among the group has improved in recent years thanks to cylinder-deactivation and hybrid engine technology, MAVs are still at a disadvantage when it comes to fuel economy. The tough sales environment notwithstanding, MAVs still have a lot to offer in terms of utility, visibility, comfort, and, in some cases, performance and design.

In the multi-activity vehicle (MAV) segments, the Toyota FJ Cruiser, Buick Enclave and Toyota Sequoia are the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) StudySM award recipients.

Compact MAV Segment

Highest Ranked: Toyota FJ Cruiser
The FJ Cruiser was added to Toyota's U.S. model lineup for 2007. Developed with a younger audience in mind, this 5-passenger SUV's retro

styling recalls the Toyota FJ40s of the 1960s. With its body-on-frame construction and choice of rear- or 4-wheel drive, the latter complete with a 2-speed transfer case, the FJ Cruiser is designed to be durable enough for serious off-road driving, while retaining civilized on-road manners and offering such amenities as vehicle stability control, anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, power windows and locks, and a CD player....

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