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More accolades for 2018 Peugeot 3008

New Peugeot 3008 SUV crowned Irish Car of the Year

The new-generation Peugeot 3008 landed in Australia a couple of months ago with the European Car of the Year Award under its belt, now the offering has added more silverware to the trophy cabinet.

The 2018 Peugeot 3008 was named Irish Car of the Year (ICOTY) earlier this morning our time.

Related: 2018 Peugeot 3008 scores five-star safety rating

The respected award is determined by a jury of motoring experts and aims to help Irish consumers make the best new car choices.

The Peugeot offering also took home a category win - Irish Compact Crossover of the Year.

“What an achievement for the Peugeot 3008 to come out on top from a field of some 60 new models launched this year on the Irish market.” - ICOTY Committee member Michael Sheridan

Previously, Peugeot’s new 3008 also took out the Carbuyer.co.uk Car of the Year and SUV of the Year awards.

2018 ICOTY Category Winners:

  • Kia Picanto - Irish City Car of the Year 2018
  • Nissan Micra - Irish Small Car of the Year 2018
  • Honda Civic - Irish Compact Car of the Year 2018
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia - Irish Medium Car of the Year 2018
  • BMW 5 Series - Irish Executive / Premium Car of the Year 2018
  • Peugeot 3008 - Irish Compact Crossover of the Year 2018
  • Skoda Kodiaq - Irish Large Crossover of the Year 2018
  • Toyota Prius PHEV - Irish Green / Efficient Car of the Year 2018
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia QF - Irish Performance / Sports Car of the Year 2018

Check out our Peugeot 3008 Walk Around Video Review:

Related: Peugeot unveils 3008 GT and GT Line sporty SUVs

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