The results from the 2020 Fleet News Awards - the winners, highly commended and finalists. Also read the winners' citations and view pictures from the evening.
Highlights from the 2020 Fleet News Awards on March 11, 2020 at Grosvenor House Hotel
Liz Hollands had a hasty introduction to fleet management.
Many businesses are still wary of electric vehicles (EVs), due to uncertainty about range, charging and how they might fit into their choice lists.
BMW has retained its title as Fleet Manufacturer of the Year for the second year running, taking its trophy haul to four at this year’s Fleet News Awards.
The seventh generation of this premium saloon was a clear winner when Fleet News’ readers were asked to choose their favourite new company car of 2019.
An unrelenting focus on improving customer safety has seen Reflex Vehicle Hire overhaul its risk management offering.
Breadth and depth of product and service is the Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions mantra.
Ogilvie Fleet has scooped the Leasing Company of the Year Award (up to 20,000 vehicles) for the second year running.
Fleetondemand is fast establishing itself as one of the UK’s most advanced mobility technology providers.
Ensuring its staff understand the needs of fleet customers helped Johnsons Fleet Services secure the Fleet Dealer of the Year award.
Collaboration, a desire to listen and an in-depth understanding of their customers’ needs are factors which elevate Fleet Service GB’s customer service.
Toyota has a dream of ‘sustainable mobility society’, “one that allows us to move freely in comfort and safety in an environmentally friendly manner”.
2019 was a transformative year for Suzuki GB. Two years in the making, in July the brand launched the Suzuki Business Partner (SBP) programme in the UK.
There has been a boom in the number of electric cars on the market, but the Kia e-Niro is a stand-out product thanks to its long range and affordable price.
A clear winner in the premium car category, the all-new BMW 3 Series continues to hold the torch of its forefathers as a segment leader.
Unbeaten for the third consecutive year, the BMW 5 Series retains its crown as the fleet industry’s favourite executive car.
BMW took a risk in developing its latest 1 Series without the brand’s trademark rear-wheel drive layout, but it paid off.
The Peugeot 2008 enters the highly competitive Compact SUV segment at the top of its class, bringing all the positive attributes of the 208.
The new hybrid-only Toyota Rav4 impressed judges at this year’s Fleet News Awards for its balance of running costs, practicality and efficiency.
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