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Awards for Britain’s best used cars

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Audi has scored a hat-trick of category wins at the What Car? Used Car of the Year Awards 2019.

The German car maker won Used Family Car of the Year (Audi A3), Used Luxury SUV of the Year ((Audi Q7) and Used Coupé of the Year (Audi TT).

However, the 2017 Mercedes E-Class Estate claimed overall victory. Based on the E-Class saloon launched in 2016, it won over the What Car? judges with its “luxurious and spacious interior, immense comfort and remarkable value-for-money”.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

The 15 What Car? Used Car of the Year categories were divided into price points to better reflect the variety of cars available on the used car market.

The final decision on winners was taken by a panel of experts, based on the main criteria of quality, reliability, value and the availability of desirable versions.

What Car? Used Car of the Year Winners 2019

Category Price Point Winners Category Winner
Used City Car of the Year Hyundai i10 (2008 – 2014)
Skoda Citigo (2012 – Present)
Hyundai i10 (2014 – Present)
Skoda Citigo (2012 – Present)
Used Small Car of the Year Ford Fiesta (2008-2017)
Skoda Fabia (2015-present)
Mini Hatch (2014-present)
Skoda Fabia (2015-present)
Used Family Car of the Year Seat Leon (2013-present)
Vauxhall Astra (2015-present)
Audi A3 (2013-present)
Audi A3 (2013-present)
Used Executive Car of the Year Mazda 6 (2013-2018)
Audi A3 Saloon (2013-present)
BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe (2014-present)
BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe (2014-present)
Used Luxury Car of the Year BMW 5 Series (2010-2017)
Mercedes S-Class (2014-present)
Porsche Panamera (2016-present)
Mercedes S-Class (2014-present)
Used Small SUV of the Year Renault Captur (2013-present)
Seat Ateca (2016-present)
Volkswagen Tiguan (2016-present)
Seat Ateca (2016-present)
Used Large SUV of the Year Mazda CX-5 (2012-2017)
Kia Sorento (2015-present)
Audi Q5 (2017-present)
Mazda CX-5 (2012-2017)
Used Luxury SUV of the Year BMW X5 (2013-present)
Audi Q7 (2015-present)
Range Rover Sport (2013-present)
Audi Q7 (2015-present)
Used MPV of the Year Vauxhall Zafira Tourer (2013-present)
BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer (2015-present)
Volkswagen Sharan (2010-present)
Vauxhall Zafira Tourer (2013-present)
Used Estate Car of the Year Skoda Octavia (2013-present)
BMW 3 Series (2012-present)
Mercedes E-Class Estate (2017-present)
Mercedes E-Class Estate (2017-present)
Used Hot Hatch of the Year Ford Fiesta ST (2012-2017)
BMW M135i (2012-16)
Ford Focus RS (2016-present)
BMW M135i (2012-2016)
Used Coupe of the Year Mini Coupe (2011-2015)
Audi TT (2014-present)
Jaguar F-Type (2014-present)
Audi TT (2014-present)
Used Convertible of the Year Mazda MX-5 (2015-present)
Audi TT (2014-present)
BMW 6 Series Convertible (2011-2018)
BMW 6 Series Conv (2011-2018)
Used Sports Car of the Year Porsche Cayman (2013-2016)
Audi R8 (2007-2015)
Mercedes-AMG GT (2015-present)
Porsche Cayman (2013-2016)
Used Green Car of the Year Hyundai Ioniq (2017-present
BMW 330e (2016-present)
Mercedes E350e (2017-present)
Hyundai Ioniq (2017-present)
Used Car of the Year 2019 Winner Mercedes E-Class Estate (2017-present)

About Gareth Herincx

Gareth is a versatile journalist, copywriter and digital editor who's worked across the media in newspapers, magazines, TV, teletext, radio and online. After long stints at the BBC, GMTV and ITV, he now specialises in motoring.

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