Audi takes home exec car of the year award

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It’s a title that all manufacturers strive to achieve, the elusive Executive Car of the Year award, and this year Audi is taking home another gong.

Their A6 has been awarded the title at the recent InBusiness Editors Choice Awards 2013.

The Audi A6 currently offers a compelling proposition to the luxury executive segment in Ireland.

Its combination of technical innovation, excellent standard equipment, high value customer packages and strong residual values has kept the A6 as a firm favourite among both private and corporate fleet purchasers.

The InBusiness Editors Choice Awards celebrate innovation and inspiration in Irish business and are run in association with Chambers Ireland.

Winners are chosen by the editorial team of InBusiness on the broad criteria of company growth, profile of business, range of services offered and business to customer relationships.

Combining high-end engineering with stylish design and exceptional luxury, the seventh generation of the Audi A6 has been hugely popular in Ireland since its launch in April 2011, reaffirming itself as a serious competitor within the luxury executive segment.

The A6 was awarded the top accolade as the judges felt it offered excellent value for money, impressive engine choices, low CO2 emissions and an understated and appealing design.

Commenting on the award, Christian Gussen, managing director, Audi Ireland, said: “We are delighted to have won this award which recognises excellence in the field of executive motoring.

“The Audi A6 has been a huge success story for us to date and we are confident that we can continue to build on that success for next year. “

Speaking at the awards, Ian Talbot, chief executive, Chambers Ireland, stated: “I’d like to congratulate Audi Ireland on being named Executive Car of the Year.

“These awards celebrate all that is good about doing business in Ireland and Audi certainly exemplify this.

“Their continued success in the Irish market through recent tough times is to be commended and I wish them all the best for 2014.”

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