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International Car of the Year

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The International Car of the Year (ICOTY) awards are one of several annual "car of the year" awards around the world for new automobile models judged to be the best of their generation. This one is presented by the United States magazine Road & Travel Magazine. Awards are given under ten different categories to new vehicles manufactured internationally and available on the US market.[1] The awards ceremony is attended by 600 industry leaders and media on the evening before Press Days at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The awards have been presented annually since 1997.[2]


2008 Winners

Car of the Year: Honda Accord sedan
Truck of the Year: Chrysler Town & Country
SUV of the Year: Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid
Sedan of the Year: Honda Accord
Luxury Car: Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG
Most Respected: Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG
Pickup Truck of the Year: GMC SierraDenali
Crossover: Buick Enclave
Sports car of the Year: Audi R8
Minivan of the Year: Chrysler Town & Country
Entry-level: Volvo C30

2007 Winners

Car of the Year: Lexus LS 460
Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado
SUV of the Year: GMC Yukon
Sedan of the Year: Toyota Camry
Luxury Car: Lexus LS 460
Most Respected: Lexus LS 460
Pickup Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado
Crossover: Mazda CX-7
Sports car of the Year: Jaguar XK
Minivan of the Year: Ford Freestar
Entry-level: Mazdaspeed 3

2006 Winners

Car of the Year: Dodge Charger
Truck of the Year: Hummer H3
Pickup of the Year – “Most Athletic”: Honda Ridgeline
Sports Car of the Year – “Most Sex Appeal”: Pontiac Solstice
Sedan of the Year – “Most Dependable”: Honda Accord
Luxury Car of the Year – “Most Respected”: Mercedes-Benz CLS500
Minivan of the Year – “Most Compatible”: Honda Odyssey
Entry-Level Car of the Year – “Most Spirited”: Audi A3
Crossover of the Year – “Most Versatile”: Dodge Magnum SRT8
SUV of the Year – “Most Resourceful”:
Ford Explorer (tie)
Land Rover Range Rover Sport (tie)

2005 Winners

Car of the Year: Honda Civic EX
Truck of the Year: Hummer H2 SUT
Most Sex Appeal/Sports Car: Chevy Corvette
Most Dependable/Sedan: Subaru Legacy 2.5i
Most Spirited/Entry-Level: MINI Cooper Convertible
Most Compatible/Minivan: Chrysler Town & Country
Most Versatile/Crossover: Dodge Magnum
Most Respected/Luxury Car: Jaguar XJ LWB
Most Athletic/Pickup Truck: Ford F-250 SuperDuty
Most Resourceful/SUV: Land Rover LR3


  1. ^ What are the International Car Of The Year awards. Road & Travel.
  2. ^ ICOTY Awards history


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