Skoda Superb
Skoda Superb

Skoda has been named Best Manufacturer for the third year in a row whilst the Skoda Superb has been awarded the top car in the Auto Express Driver Power Top 100 chart, with the Skoda Yeti coming second and the Skoda Octavia in fourth place.

Graham Hope, Acting Editor of Auto Express said: "With over 23,000 people taking part in this year's survey, Driver Power has again delivered the authoritative verdict on which cars are the best in Britain to own. It's been another fantastic year for Skoda, and its success is thoroughly deserved. The Superb is a great car and a worthy winner of the Driver Power Top 100, while the brand's achievement in also being named best manufacturer confirms just how highly regarded it is. When it comes to blending quality with value, few brands do it so well as Skoda."

Robert Hazelwood, Director of Skoda UK said: "Receiving the Best Manufacturer award in the Auto Express Driver Power Survey for the third consecutive year is fantastic news for Skoda UK. We have a strong dealer network that takes excellent care of its customers and we are delighted to hear that Skoda customers are telling us that they are pleased with the whole brand experience. We believe Skoda offers engineering excellence and exceptional value for money. This is evidenced in the survey, with three of our products finishing in the top four places."

The Driver Power Top 10 Cars
  1. Skoda Superb
  2. Skoda Yeti
  3. Jaguar XF
  4. Skoda Octavia
  5. Nissan QASHQAI
  6. Vauxhall Insignia
  7. Mercedes Benz E-Class MkIV
  8. Mercedes Benz E-Class MkIII
  9. Hyundai i30
  10. Volkswagen Golf MVKI

Published : 13/04/11 Author : Staff

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