Meet the finalists in the Compact Family Car category of the 2018/19 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank!
Now in its 4th year, the #CarsAwards was conceived to be South Africa's definitive automotive awards programme and is backed, for the 3rd year running, by the country's leading supplier of vehicle finance, WesBank.
Read more about the finalists in the 2018/19 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank here!
Best Compact Family Cars in SA
The Compact Family Car category is guided by both eligibility factors and Pillars of Success. Eligibility factors include a listed price between R300 000 and R400 000 at the time of semi-finalist voting (September 1, 2018), including the cost of all necessary optional extras. Necessary features include ABS, electronic stability control (ESC), 4 airbags (minimum), split rear seats, service plan and air-conditioning.
Pillars of Success for 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:
Ford EcoSport 1.0 Titanium Auto
The Ford EcoSport has been revised for 2018. In fact, it boasts no fewer than 2 300 new parts. There’s a new look both inside and out, a revised infotainment system and a slightly bigger luggage bay. With punchy 3-cylinder turbo engines, the new-look EcoSport is pleasant to drive and offers decent value for money.
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Hyundai Creta 1.6D Executive
Hyundai recently launched its facelifted Creta after only about a year and a half on the local market. The 1.6CRDi Executive auto was a finalist in the 2017/18 programme, and the update modernises the Hyundai’s external appearance and some interior features. It is one of the most spacious and practical compact family cars on the market, which explains why it’s a top-seller in its segment.
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Nissan Qashqai 1.2 Acenta Auto
The popular Qashqai was facelifted in early 2018 and the update brings Nissan’s compact crossover right back in contention for a #CarsAwards category victory, thanks to numerous changes, both inside and out.
Do you own a Nissan? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey!