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Company Car Today award winners revealed

The winners of the fourth annual Company Car Today CCT100 Awards have been announced, with Ford’s SUV crossover Puma taking home the overall prize.

The shortlisted cars are judged across 13 criteria, with the breadth of the range now taken into account as more and more cars embrace electrification and increase the versatility of their offering.

That extra judgement joins the likes of emissions, residual value, cost, insurance group, boot space and performance, plus a car’s looks, driving dynamics and overall company car appeal.

The winners in full are as follows:

City Car of the Year – Kia Picanto
Supermini of the Year – Renault Clio
Lower Medium Car of the Year – Toyota Corolla
Premium Lower Medium Car of the Year – Audi A3
Upper Medium Car of the Year – Opel/Vauxhall Insignia
Compact Executive Car of the Year – BMW 3-Series
Executive Car of the Year – BMW 5-Series
Luxury Car of the Year – BMW 7-Series
Compact Crossover of the Year – Ford Puma
Crossover of the Year – Skoda Karoq
Premium Crossover of the Year – Volvo XC40
MPV of the Year – Citroen Berlingo
Large MPV of the Year – Ford S-Max
SUV of the Year – Peugeot 5008
Premium SUV of the Year – Volvo XC60
Large SUV of the Year – Kia Sorento
Premium Large SUV of the Year – BMW X5
PHEV of the Year – Hyundai Ioniq PHEV
Electric Car of the Year – Peugeot e-208
Sports Car of the Year – Mazda MX-5
Overall Car of the Year 2021 – Ford Puma