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Vauxhall's Ampera, Zafira and Tourer have all landed gongs at the 2012 Fleet World Honours event.
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Vauxhall bags awards hat-trick

Vauxhall bags awards hat-trick

Vauxhall maintained its impressive run at the Fleet World Honours this year by walking away with another handful of gongs.

The Luton-based carmaker picked up the technology award for the Ampera, the Best MPV gong for the Zafira Tourer and the best new van prize for the Combo.

It marks further success for the Ampera, which has picked up a huge list of accolades since its launch.

Commenting on the win, James Taylor, Vauxhall's fleet sales director, said: "We're absolutely delighted to be recognised at the Fleet World Honours.

"It's great to see the European Car of the Year-winning Ampera pick up yet another award. We're also very pleased that our fantastic new Zafira Tourer MPV and Combo van have been recognised by Fleet World."

According to the manufacturer, the wins come after it announced a new Tech Line trim earlier this year.

Available on Astra and Insignia, the model offers drivers "exceptional levels of standard spec, combined with irresistibly low � prices".

Posted by Sebastian Turkenburg