Congratulations to Anthony Everall from Pymble who has won a Honda Jazz GLi valued at $21,000 Drive Away in our recent Win a Honda Jazz competition!
Our Win a Honda Jazz competition ran for 3 months, from September 1 to December 1, 2009. Thank you to everyone who entered!
The Jaguar XF has won the Best Luxury Car over $60,000 category in the 2009 Drive Car of the Year awards for the second consecutive year. The XF 3.0 Diesel beat the Mercedes Benz E250 CDI and BMW 730d to take the title.
Chris Lidis, General Manager Jaguar Australia, commented "Jaguar Australia is honoured to win this prestigious award for the second consecutive year and this further confirms the acceptance of the XF in the Australian market"
The judges commented that "praise for the Jag's 202kW twin-turbocharged 3.0 litre diesel V6 came thick and fast. It's rocketship performance and unruffled flexibility were admired by all".They also noted that "The XF sailed through the remaining criteria – nary a criticism was leveled at it's confident handling, supple ride or pampering refinement".
The XF comes as standard with a generous specification featuring a host of innovative, industry-leading equipment.
The XF range is available for test drives at Trivett Jaguar City & Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta.
The Volvo XC60 D5 has been voted the best SUV over $40,000 ahead of the Audi Q5 TFSI and Lexus RX 350 Sports Luxury with its standard City Safety feature taking out the Safety Innovation award.According to judges the Volvo XC60 D5 'rated highly for its family-friendly cabin (including integrated child booster seats) and safety (including the world's first low speed crash-avoidance technology)'. It also gained 'plaudits in areas in which the company doesn't normally excel'."We are absolutely delighted that the Volvo XC60 D5 – and its City Safety technology – has been acknowledged as a leader in its class," said Alan Desselss, managing director of Volvo Car Australia. "It shows that Volvo is challenging the competition in all areas, not just in the realm of safety."
The NonProfit Organisation cited the following three factors in awarding the Insight:The strategy of affordable pricing Honda used in marketing the InsightThe Insight’s driving and environmental performanceThe performance and fuel economy at cruising and higher speeds offered by Integrated Motor Assist (IMA), Honda’s original hybrid systemDesigned to set the standard of compact cars for a new era, the Insight combines outstanding environmental performance based on Honda’s original hybrid system with responsive driving and versatile packaging.Enthusiastically received by customers, in April 2009 the Insight became the first hybrid vehicle to achieve the status of the best-selling automobile in Japan in a calendar month.Article appears courtesy of www.honda.com.au
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