Renault has enjoyed a double celebration at the Auto Express New Car Awards 2022, with category wins for its very latest EV and one of its most iconic models.
The All-New Renault Mégane E-Tech 100% Electric highlighted its vast appeal to business customers after the renowned magazine voted the 100 per cent electric crossover its ‘Small Company Car of the Year’, while the Renault Clio underlined its unrivalled suitability for urban environments by winning the ‘Supermini of the Year’ award for the third consecutive year.
The annual Auto Express Awards recognise everyday excellence in the new car market, with the individual category award winners determined by focusing on how each car meets a customer’s priorities.
With the launch of the All-New Renault Mégane E-Tech 100% Electric only a few weeks ago, Auto Express quickly recognised its many merits for company car drivers. Its expert judging panel decided to award the very latest all-electric Renault after being impressed by its distinctive style inside and out, attractive BiK costs, state-of-the-art technology and ease of use.
Steve Fowler, Editor in Chief, Auto Express, said: “The All-New Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric has been worth the wait, its blend of engaging driving dynamics, cutting-edge tech and usability taking it straight to the top step of the podium. Not only does it attract rock bottom BiK bills, but the sharp styling creates all the right impressions when it comes to impressing clients. The interior is a real highlight too, with a forward-thinking approach and some stylish trim choices.”
The long-established magazine was equally complimentary about the Clio, with the popular hatchback defending its ‘Supermini of the Year’ title for the third year in a row. Its combination of space, looks, equipment and attractive purchase options helped the latest generation to secure the win, adding another accolade to the many awards that the Clio has won since the first version was introduced over 30 years ago.
Discover the award-winning Renault range of vehicles here.