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Vauxhall Picks Up Six Business Car Manager Awards

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Vauxhall Astra

Vauxhall Astra

What’s better than winning an award for excellence? Winning two awards for excellence? Even better than that? Winning six awards for excellence. Granted, there are a lot of steps skipped to make the leap from two awards to six, but we figure it’s either make that leap or make you read a whole bunch of superfluous text when you can probably just connect the dots yourself.

Oh. Well, anyway, Vauxhall won six awards at the Business Car Manager Awards, which is six times better than winning a single award. The Vauxhall Astra picked up “Business Car Manager Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Company Car of the Year 2017,” the 1.6-liter CDTi Design Start/Stop ecoFLEX model was named “Best Value SME Company Car,” and Vauxhall was granted “Best SME Company Car Program” overall.

Additionally, the Corsavan was named “Best Small Delivery Van,” Combo was named “Best Small Trades Van,” and Movano was named “Best Heavy Van.” See? Six awards. Way more than one.


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“The independent judges placed the Astra ahead of highly competitive opposition—but it’s not hard to see why,” said Ralph Morton, Editorial Director, Business Car Manager. “From the fantastically low operating costs to really competitive benefit-in-kind company car taxation, the Astra has it all—and that’s before we get to the brilliantly competitive specification.”

“We’re delighted Vauxhall has been recognized by Business Car Manager and Business Vans,” said James Taylor, Vauxhall’s Fleet Sales Director and also not the famous folk musician. “The company car market is an important sector for the Astra. It’s great to see how well-received it has been so far, and we are also pleased to be recognized for our company car program, and that Corsavan, Combo, and Movano remain firm favorites.”


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