Vincentric recently announced the winners of its the sixth annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in Canada awards, where Ford Motor Co. took home 10 winning awards.

Mercedes-Benz and Toyota each had four winning vehicles in this year's awards.

The winning Ford roster included the six-time champion F-150 and four-time winner F-250 pickup trucks, as well as the Transit Connect and Transit 150 in the van segments, with both vans earning the Vincentric Best Fleet Value in Canada award for the third year in a row.

Among other winners, Mercedes-Benz’s Metris and Sprinter models won for the second and sixth year in a row, respectively.

Toyota’s Sienna model received an award in the minivan segment, the Tacoma in the small pickup segment, and the Prius C in the hybrid segment.

This year, Vincentric said it performed a detailed cost of ownership analysis on more than 2,000 vehicle configurations based on ordinary use within a commercial fleet.

Each car was graded in all 10 provinces using 24 various lifecycle cost scenarios and eight different cost factors, according to Vincentric.

Vincentric’s list of cost factors includes:

  1. Depreciation
  2. Fees & taxes
  3. Financing
  4. Fuel
  5. Insurance
  6. Maintenance
  7. Opportunity cost
  8. Repairs

To determine award winners, Vincentric identified which vehicles had the lowest fleet lifecycle cost in the most scenarios for its segment.

For additional information regarding Vincentric’s methodology and each 2017 Vincentric Best Fleet Value in Canada award winner, visit