Jenny Justice, senior manager of remarketing services at Toyota and Alexandra Dixon, used vehicle programme specialist at Toyota.

CAP HPI Automotive data experts have announced the winners of its Used Car of the Year Awards for 2024.

The awards were the outcome of a rigorous, data-driven judging process that meticulously evaluated various factors, including residual value performance and new car registrations.

The Toyota Aygo was confidently selected as the overall winner of the Used Car of the Year title by cap hpi’s esteemed team of automotive experts and analysts. The stylish city car captured the judges’ favor due to its economical and cost-effective nature and was also honored as the City Car of the Year.

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Tesla’s Model 3 boldly clinched the title of Battery Electric Car of the Year, while in the SUV category, the Dacia Duster, Kia Sportage, and Volvo XC90 emerged as winners in the small, medium, and large SUV categories, respectively.

Derren Martin, director of valuations at cap hpi, said: “It has proven to be a vintage year for the cap hpi Used Car Awards. The awards were informed by an extensive review of the data to select the best car in each category and an overall winner. We are pleased to announce the winners from our partners across the industry.” 

Winners across the range of categories include:

  • Overall winner Used Car of the Year – Toyota Aygo
  • City Car of the Year – Toyota Aygo
  • Supermini of the Year – Dacia Sandero
  • Lower Medium Car of the Year – Vauxhall Astra
  • Upper Medium Car of the Year – BMW 3 Series
  • Executive Car of the Year – BMW 8 Series
  • MPV of the Year – Dacia Jogger
  • Small SUV of the Year – Dacia Duster
  • Medium SUV of the Year – Kia Sportage
  • Large SUV of the Year – Volvo XC90
  • Battery Electric Car of the Year – Tesla Model 3
  • Small Van of the Year – Volkswagen Caddy
  • Medium Van of the Year – Ford Transit Custom
  • Large Van of the Year – Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Mark Turnbull, director of OEM and consulting at cap hpi, concluded: “The automotive industry continues to raise the bar in terms of innovation and quality. The strength of the models in this year’s judging is a testament to the health of the sector.” 

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