• Borger Posted: 2/26/2008 11:39am PST

    I was disappointed that the Cadillac CTS was not in the running for this award. Cadillac has vastly improved their products, especially their interiors. Well here's hoping the Cadillac Alpha platform will make the World Car of the Year in the near future. Not that I'm biased or anything! :-)

  • Kevin Posted: 2/26/2008 4:45pm PST

    How in the WORLD did the GTR not make it onto the Performance Car list, but the stupid Civic R did?! Maybe it's model year driven, but this fact makes this whole thing laughable and invalid, IMO.

  • Rich Posted: 2/26/2008 5:30pm PST

    Civic made the list for sports cars...but where is the Corvette, be it stock or the Blu-Devil?

  • Jim Posted: 2/26/2008 6:44pm PST

    The Nissan Skyline Coupe IS the GTR.

  • Gubbins Posted: 2/26/2008 7:09pm PST

    Sorry, but the Skyline in Japan IS the G37 coupe here in N. America.
    The Skyline name no longer applies to the GT-R. It's just...GT-R

  • jon Posted: 2/27/2008 3:09am PST

    how can a boring ugly econobox honda civic be named as a "performance car". cars are supposed to be beautiful and powerful and exciting

  • STEVE Posted: 3/2/2008 3:56pm PST

    HONDA CIVIC ?????????? EXCUSE ME BUT WHERE DOES Z-06 CORVETTE GO TO THE BEST ECONOMY CLASS. THIS IS A HOAX RIGHT?.

  • David Rosenberg Posted: 3/2/2008 6:12pm PST

    Not a Porsche selected among Best Performace Car?
    How can the first Green Car be left off. The Pirus started it all.
    Who was doing the selecting?

  • Kurt Posted: 3/3/2008 4:31pm PST

    Borger, the Cadillac CTS *is* among the finalists, as it should be. I also noticed that there's not a single Toyota or Honda in the bunch, and I noted as well that GM has 5 of the top 10 finalists for World Green car, whereas again Toyota and Honda are both absent, which is a refreshing change of pace.

  • guitarmangyan Posted: 3/4/2008 7:27pm PST

    Nissan Altima is basically a Camry hybrid (badge engineering to the max), what are these judges thinking??? If Nissan wins, Toyota should get the credit, jeeeez!

  • brian Posted: 3/20/2008 12:54pm PDT

    Wake up guys - This is for World Car of the Year for 2007.

    That means all-new cars introduced to their markets during calendar year 2007 - not the first quarter of 2008 (GTR & Z-06) or sometime earlier (Prius & anything Porsche)

  • Thor Posted: 3/20/2008 1:24pm PDT

    "In the other categories, the BMW 118d with Efficient Dynamics took home the World Green Car of the Year Award."

    I am EXTREMELY pleased that they recognized the MODERN DIESEL with its monumental fuel efficiency AND clean operation, and that in a car that is absolutely fun to drive and not a lil'old lady prius with its skinny tires and poor handling.

    Automakers selling cars in the US have a lot to learn on this subject.

  • Autonut Posted: 3/21/2008 9:38am PDT

    OK, few clafirications:

    ALTIMA IS NOT A CAMRY... Ghosn is going to have a heart attack...

    The reason a lot of cars are missing from the list is that they have to be new or extensively changed for the model year and have be to sold. The GTR didn't make the list because of the sales date. I believe the same is true of the corvettes.