Best Crossovers in SA - #CarsAwards Finalists 

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Meet the finalists in the Crossover 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.

Read more about the finalists in the 2019/20 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank here!

Best Crossovers in SA

The Crossover category is guided by both eligibility factors and Pillars of Success. 

Eligibility for this category includes a list price that falls between R500 000 and R700 000 at the time of semi-finalist voting (1 September 2019) to ensure exclusivity and status. 

Eligible vehicles must be a crossover/small SUV shape of the Audi Q2/BMW X2/ Volvo XC40 category. 

Pillars of Success in this category include design and quality appeal, powertrain technology, luxury, brand strength and driving dynamics

Visit www.carsawards.co.za for more information. The finalists are as follows:

Volvo XC40 D4 R-Design

Volvo’s line-up of SUVs is winning awards left, right and centre: the XC90 has won its category of the #CarsAwards three times and the XC60’s triumphed in Executive SUV category in 2018/19. Now we have the baby XC40 as a contender for Crossover honours. Can it replicate its brothers’ successes?

View specification details for the Volvo XC40 D4 R-Design

Do you own a Volvo? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey!

Audi Q3 35 TFSI S Line

Compared with its predecessor, which was based on the PQ35 platform, the new Audi Q3 is based on the Volkswagen Group's MQB matrix. MQB is ubiquitous but widely lauded for its impressive driving traits, practicality and refinement (areas in which the newcomer excels).

View specification details for the Audi Q3 35 TFSI S Line 

Do you own an Audi? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey!

Jaguar E-Pace D180 AWD R-Dynamic

Strong sales of the Jaguar F-Pace premium SUV prompted the Coventry-based brand to introduce another, but smaller, SUV. The newcomer is a typical Jaguar in terms of its on-road bias and agile handling. It may be based on the previous Range Rover Evoque, but it feels quick and responsive.

View specification details for the Jaguar E-Pace D180 AWD R-Dynamic

Do you own a Jaguar? Have your say and complete our Ownership Satisfaction Survey!

See last year's #CarsAwards winners here!

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