For the third consecutive year the Audi A8 won the luxury category, even though it was the oldest model in its class. This bodes well for the new A8 which is due to launch in April of this year.
The 2008 small 4×4 winner the Honda CRV, along with Volvo’s XC60, the BMW X3 and the Land Rover Freelnader were all over shadowed at this years Business Car Awards by the Audi Q5.
The R8 was named the 2009 sporting car of the year. This award has been dominated by Audi in the last few years with previous winners, the Audi TT and the Audi A5. You may think that the R8 would not be an obvious choice for Business Car Users, but there were more than 160 R8’s registered as fleet purchases in 2009. businesscar.co.uk highlighted that the R8 had a rock-solid residual value and head turning ability.
The Business Car Awards are designed to highlight the best in business, and are chosen by the people whose firms depend on using top-quality products, technology and services on a daily basis. The winners are selected by the readers of Business Car magazine, website and email newsletters.