The ACRISS Car Code Algorithm
The ACRISS members had a requirement for a common rating system for rental cars across European markets, to ensure consistency of vehicle when customers rent cars from different suppliers.
ACRISS commissioned independent experts to devise an algorithm to help with this task and create a common rating system which we now call the ACRISS Car codes using the ACRISS Car classification system.
Each new model of car, to the engine and trim level, receives a point rating on a scale from zero to 10 (and occasionally higher). This numerical rating is derived from an algorithm that considers amongts other things the car’s list price and its horsepower. CO2 and luggage capacity are also part of the consideration.
For each model of car the algorithm will produce a range of ratings, which determine the Car Category – for example, Compact for the VW Golf. In addition, if the rating for a particular model exceeds a pre-determined point for that Category, it will be moved into the Elite class.
Similarly with SUVs and Passenger Vans (vehicles with six seats or more) the rating system also places emphasis on seating provision.
- Car Classification Code
- ACRISS Car Codes Explained
- Commercial & Cargo Van/Truck Guidelines
- Car Code Search
- Pseudo Car Codes
- Vehicle Selling Guide
- Environmental & CO2 Emissions Guide
- ACRISS Car Codes and Algorithm
- SUV & Crossover update
- Car Type Definitions
- Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
- Fuel Type Guide
- Happy New Year 2023 and New information on Electric Vehicle Coding
- ACRISS Newsletter Issue 7 Dec 2022
- New ACRISS CO2 Emissions guidelines and Environmental page
- ACRISS Newsletter Issue 6 - July 2022
- ACRISS Welcomes Expedia as its newest Associate
- ACRISS Newsletter Issue 5 and Seasons Greetings
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