Meet the finalists in the Compact Family Car category of the 2019/20 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank!
Now in its 5th year, the #CarsAwards was conceived to be South Africa's definitive automotive awards programme and is backed, for the 4th year running, by the country's leading supplier of vehicle finance, WesBank.
Best Compact Family Cars in SA
The Compact Family Car category is guided by both eligibility factors and Pillars of Success.
Eligibility for this category includes a list price that falls between R300 000 and R400 000 (prices as of 1 September 2019) and including the cost of all necessary optional features. Eligible vehicles must be equipped with ABS, Electronic Stability Control (ESP), a minimum of 4 airbags, split/fold rear seats, air conditioning and a service plan.
Pillars of Success in this category include engine flexibility, fuel economy, space and practicality, design and quality appeal, comfort and safety.
Visit www.carsawards.co.za for more information. The finalists are as follows:
Suzuki Vitara 1.4T GLX Auto
The Suzuki Vitara – a multiple #CarsAwards category winner – recently received an updated look and an all-new engine. Given Suzuki’s consistently excellent ratings in the Cars.co.za Ownership Satisfaction Survey, the Japanese firm’s compact family car is a strong contender.
Do you own a Suzuki? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey here
VW T-Cross 1.0 TSI Highline R-Line
Volkswagen has made a belated entry to the compact family-car segment with the T-Cross, which went on sale just in time to qualify for the #CarsAwards. With funky looks, spaciousness and a solid engine line-up, the T-Cross garnered more than 1 000 pre-orders prior to its launch.
Do you own a Volkswagen? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey here
Renault Duster 1.5 dCi Prestige
In late 2018, the plucky Renault Duster was replaced by an extensively reworked model (with a fresher face and improved levels of build quality) to continue the rich legacy of its predecessor. Powered by a potent, yet extremely frugal turbodiesel motor, the Duster is a strong candidate.
Do you own a Renault? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey here