What Diesel Car of the Year Awards 2009- Winners

14/04/2009 - 13:20 | ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,   | Shrawan Raja
2009 Ford Fiesta

UK's popular monthly magazine What Diesel Car has announced its winners this year in the annual awards ceremony. The Ford Fiesta wins What Diesel Car of the Year 2009. The winner should not be confused with the Fiesta that's sold in India. This is a totally different car and is a hatchback. Its sedan version will be the next-generation Fiesta in India hopefully in 2010.

What Diesel Car of the Year Awards 2009 highlights

  • Ford Fiesta wins What Diesel Car of the Year 2009
  • Volkswagen grabs three awards – best medium car, best coupé and green award
  • Two British victories for Jaguar XF and Land Rover Freelander 2
  • Citroën grabs two gongs with the C3 Picasso and C5 Tourer
  • Land Rover Freelander 2 wins best in class for third year running
  • Jaguar XF wins best executive car for the second year in succession

This year's award winners are-

What Diesel Car of the Year Award Winners 2009

  • Best small car-Ford Fiesta
  • Best medium car-Volkswagen Golf
  • Best large car-Skoda Superb
  • Best executive car-Jaguar XF
  • Best estate car-Citroën C5 Tourer
  • Best coupé-Volkswagen Scirocco
  • Best convertible-Audi A5 Cabriolet
  • Best 4x4-Land Rover Freelander 2
  • Best MPV-Citroën C3 Picasso
  • Green award-Volkswagen
  • Car of the Year-2009 Ford Fiesta

About What Diesel Magazine

What Diesel is celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2009 and focuses on what still remains one of the few growth areas of the new car market – the diesel world. Previously known as Diesel Car, the magazine has gone through a series of changes, culminating last year in a new editor, Ian Robertson, who has expanded the magazine into new areas, including coverage of hybrid vehicles and alternative fuels. What Diesel has a long list of established writers who deliver all the best news and views on the new car diesel market. Published by Trojan Publishing every four weeks, more than 50,000 people read each issue of What Diesel magazine.

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