In what has become tradition, unveiled its CPO awards during Auto Remarketing’s CPO Forum on Tuesday.

The company analyzed 26 programs this year and tapped an overall winner in the popular vehicle segment, as well as premium category.

Taking home top honors in the popular classification is Hyundai.

Tyler Schulze, of, announced the winners.

Susanne Boswell, of Hyundai, accepted the award, saying, “It is especially gratifying to get this award knowing our competitors. It is good to know our efforts are paying off.”

She placed much of the credit on the shoulders of Hyundai’s dealers and the regional professionals out in the field working to make the program a success. also named Mini as having the best warranty and Toyota for displaying the best cost of ownership in the popular segment.

Next up, Schulze went into the premium winners. And taking top honors for the fifth year in a row is Volvo.

Scott Doerning, of Volvo, took to the stage to accept the award, saying, “This never gets old.”

Other winners in the premium category include Porsche for best warranty and Lincoln for best cost of ownership.

Schulze explained his company honed in on nine different factors when analyzing CPO programs.

These include:



-Title Verification

-Roadside Assistance

-Special Financing

-Return/Exchange program

-Dealer Compliance

-Cost of ownership

-Market penetration