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Cast your vote for What Car? annual awardsBack

what-car-approvedPopular online buyer’s guide, What Car? is asking readers to cast their votes on the car they believe will be the most exciting of 2015.

As part of the 38th annual What Car? Car of the Year Awards, in association with Warranty Direct, readers are able to cast their vote by visiting Entries will close on December 1st with the HPI-sponsored Reader Award winner announced at the ceremony.

The prestigious annual What Car? awards ceremony, taking place on Wednesday 7th January 2015, offer the most sought-after accolades to both car manufacturers and the car-buying public.

A panel of What Car? experts ensure that only the cars that deliver exceptionally against stringent criteria are shortlisted, while the Reader Award is a valuable indication of sentiment towards cars being brought to market in the next 12 months.

Last year, more than 10,000 readers voted, with the Nissan X-Trail SUV beating the Jaguar F-type Coupe to win the highly coveted award.

Experts have pulled together a shortlist for the 2015 Reader Award which includes cars such as the keenly anticipated Jaguar XF, the new Mazda MX-5 and Bentley’s first ever SUV. For a full list of the finalists, click here.

What Car? editor Jim Holder said: “Once again, next year will see Britain’s motoring public spoiled for choice when it comes to new and exciting cars hitting the market.

“The Reader Award has a special prestige for manufacturers purely because it is voted for by their paying public. To get this particular prize is a very good indication that the car you’re toiling over is getting the right reaction from consumers.”

Posted by Leana Kell on 20/10/2014