VAUXHALL claimed a triple award-haul at the What Car? Used Car Awards recently, including the headline manufacturer award, a small
VAUXHALL claimed a triple award-haul at the What Car? Used Car Awards recently, including the headline manufacturer award, a small car accolade for the Corsa and the nearly new honour for the Astra.
“Our manufacturer award seeks to recognise a car maker committed to making the buying process as easy as possible, while offering a choice of cars at sensible prices,” said Chas Hallett, What Car? editor-in-chief. “Our judges felt that Vauxhall offered all of the above, with its impressive model range, two of which have secured wins in this year’s awards.”
Clinching the best small car under £5,000 category, the top-selling Corsa was praised by What Car? for its superb value and reliability. Completing the treble with the best nearly new car over £6,000 award, the ever-popular Astra was lauded by judges for its space, practicality and low running costs.
“It’s hard to think of another car less than a year old that offers more value for money,” said the What Car? judges.
“We are delighted to receive these three prestigious awards from What Car?,” said Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s chairman and managing director.
“With more than two million cars sold to date, our used car brand Network Q, is the UK’s largest with an unparalleled choice of used Vauxhalls available.”