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NISSAN'S dynamic Crossover duo, Qashqai (pictured) and Juke, have both picked up awards from leading industry publications, Fleet News and Parker's.
Cars in the Fleet News Crossover sector were judged on a number of criteria, including operating costs, suitability for their use as business cars and the level of support from the manufacturers and their corporate sales teams.
Qashqai beat off stiff competition from rivals including Kia Sportage, Range Rover Evoque, MINI Countryman and Skoda Yeti to take the title.
Stephen Briers, Editor of Fleet News, commented: 'The Nissan Qashqai is the car that originally defined this segment. It's always been a favourite among company car drivers looking for something more practical than a hatchback.
'Costs have always been competitive, but now, with the new 1.6-litre diesel engine with stop-start, it is class-leading.'
Not to be outdone by its big brother, Juke also picked up a Best Crossover award from Parker's, proving that this fashionable small car has more than just style on offer.
Low running costs
These awards are not decided by a panel of judges but by an analysis tool which takes in consideration running costs as well as the purchase price making them unique in the industry.
Depreciation, showroom tax, service costs and fuel consumption are all taken into consideration before the final decision is made.
Commenting on the double award win, James Douglas, Nissan's Corporate Sales Director, said: 'We always try to provide consumers with the lowest possible running costs and it is great to see the both our Crossover models being recognised by two of the leading experts in the industry.'
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