Peugeot are the proud winners of various accolades which recognise the innovative technological and design craftsmanship of Peugeot. The vast range of awards in the trophy cabinet highlights the dynamism of Peugeot. Over the years, Peugeot have won awards for their cars, vans, fleet vehicles and beyond.
Peugeot are continuing to innovate and hope to achieve more awards as they push the boundaries into new markets and arenas. Discover more about all the awards Peugeot have won below.
The European Car of the Year awards is one of the most prestigious automotive accolades. The awards were established in 1984 by automotive magazines from different countries in Europe and judged by motoring journalists. Throughout the years, Peugeot
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The Car Buyer of the Year awards are highly rated within the automotive industry and are judged by a team of motoring experts. Around 500 cars are tested each year and reviews are constantly updated in line with the developments within the automotive industry.
Peugeot won the Best SUV 2017 and Best Medium SUV categories in the Carbuyer Car of the Year 2017 awards with the stunning all-new 3008 SUV. The awards
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The first win was in 1979 with the Peugeot 305 winning Car of the Year, which was then succeeded by the Peugeot 205 GR in 1984. The Peugeot 306 then won the same award in 1994 and then in 1996 the Peugeot 406 scooped it again. In 2010, the Peugeot 3008 Crossover was crowned Car of the Year, topping the competitive Crossover category.
More recently, the unique new generation PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® driving environment of the all-new 3008 SUV won the Technology Award at the What Car? Car of the Year Awards 2017.
We’re delighted that the 2008 SUV has been awarded the 2017 Auto Express Driver Power Best Small SUV. In presenting this award, Auto Express Driver Power stated “Small SUVs have to strike a careful balance between practicality, frugal running costs and agile driving to suit the urban environments in which they’re often used. The Peugeot 2008 SUV has done exactly this and has beaten more established competitors to the title in this competitive sector.”
In addition, Steve Fowler editor-in-chief of Auto Express
The Auto Express New Car Awards set out to identify the top cars to buy in each automotive area. Automotive journalists and testers assess over 1,100 cars a year and Auto Express provides these reviews to their large readership. The Auto Express website is one of the UK’s biggest motoring websites, providing news, features and reviews and is the UK’s biggest-selling motoring publication.
In 2012, Peugeot celebrated a double award win at the Auto Express New Car Awards, with the Peugeot 208 winning the Best Supermini class award – even before its UK launch. The now-retired Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupé also won the Best Coupé Class in both 2011 and 2012.
Announcing the results of its 2017 Awards, Auto Express named the Peugeot 3008 SUV the winner of the much fought-over 'Mid-Size SUV' category, beating all of its competitors.
Judges had lots to praise about the all-new Peugeot 3008 SUV, but singled out its premium design, both inside and out, 'upmarket feel' and features such as the state of the art PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® interior layout.
Before retiring in 2015, the stunning Peugeot RCZ scooped the Diesel Car magazine Sports Car of the Year Award an amazing five years in a row. In 2010, the Peugeot 5008 MPV was also awarded MPV of the Year by Diesel Car magazine.
The Continental Irish Car of the Year awards established in 1978 is
In the 2010 awards, the now-retired Peugeot 3008 Crossover won the Best Crossover category and also won Irish Car of the Year 2010. The Peugeot 5008 MPV was awarded Irish Family Car of the Year in 2011 and the now-retired RCZ was named Irish Performance Car of the Year in 2011. In 2012, the Peugeot 508 Saloon received the Irish Car of the Year gong from the IMWA.