Ford was among the winners at the Fleet News Awards, with its C-Max and Grand C-Max models both picking up awards for the best new company cars of 2010.
Another automaker to win prizes at the company car leasing ceremony was BMW, which was recognised as the fleet manufacturer of the year, as well as seeing its 3 Series, 5 Series, 5 Series Touring and X3 models scoop awards.
Operating costs, suitability for business use and the support offered by an automaker and its sales staff were among the criteria taken into account.
Businesses looking for an environmentally-conscious supplier of cars for lease and fleets may want to consider Peugeot after the firm was named the green manufacturer of the year.
Meanwhile, the Ford C-Max Titanium was given another accolade earlier this week. The multi-person vehicle (MPV) was named the UK’s best value MPV by car buying website Parker’s.
Kieran Puffet, editor for Parker’s, commented that the “competitive servicing costs, low insurance premiums and keen road tax prices” help motorists stretch their money a little further.
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