VAUXHALL IS TREBLE WINNER AT TRADE VAN DRIVER AWARDS
- British-built Vivaro, Combo Cargo and Movano all category winners
- Wins coincide with Vivaro’s world premiere at the CV Show at the NEC, Birmingham
Luton – Vauxhall has triumphed with a trio of award wins at the Trade Van Driver Awards 2019, as the Combo Cargo, Vivaro, and Movano light commercial vehicles earned top accolades.
The all-new British-built Vivaro scooped Best Newcomer, with judges commenting that the van is ‘chic, stylish, hugely practical and cost effective’. The recognition for Vivaro comes as the new model received its world premiere at the CV Show this week.
Gaining further recognition for Vauxhall, the Combo Cargo was named Best Small Trades Van, with the deciding panel commenting that ‘traders can be sure of a rock solid vehicle, together with the back-up of Vauxhall’s legendary dealer network.’
Completing the hat-trick of award category wins, the Movano was awarded Best Trader’s Choice. Judges commented that the commercial vehicle ‘continues to impress trade van buyers who need a large vehicle. A superb driving experience awaits with lots of space in the rear and an economical set of running costs.’
Trade Van Driver Magazine editor, Matthew Eisenegger, commented: “Trade Van Driver Magazine prides itself on offering a true reflection of the thoughts and feelings of its readership. Now in their eighth year, it is great to see some products taking the accolade for an eighth time, as well as new products scoring a first win.”
The Trade Van Driver Awards aim to give recognition to the manufacturers, firms and people who offer the very best to retail van buyers.
Vauxhall has enjoyed a successful run of award wins in the commercial vehicle sector. The Combo Cargo was voted International Van of the Year 2019 by journalists across 25 European countries, and also awarded both Light Van of the Year 2019 and Light Commercial Vehicle of the Year 2019 by What Van?. The Combo Cargo then also won Van Fleet World Van of the Year and Small Van of the Year at the Great British Fleet Awards.