Magazine awards may inspire car loans customersMotorists planning on taking out car loans in the coming months to update their current vehicle may find inspiration from the What Diesel awards.
Motorists planning on taking out car loans in the coming months to update their current vehicle may find inspiration from the What Diesel awards.
This year, the Ford Fiesta scooped the overall prize for best motor of 2009, with the Jaguar XF finishing second.
Winners were voted for by a panel of judges and readers of the magazine.
Commenting on the first-placed model, editor Ian Robertson said: "It's a car that is perfect for these recessionary times, offering a top-class package, with a fantastic driving experience at a reasonable price."
Other successful vehicles at this year's event included the Skoda Superb - which was named best large auto - and the Citroen C3 Picasso - which clinched top spot in the MPV category.
Meanwhile, the magazine's green award went to the manufacturer Volkswagen.
Last year, the Jaguar XF drove away with the title of What Diesel's Car of the Year 2008.
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