Toyota leads the way for 2010 European Car of the Year nominations with five
24 June 2009

Nominations for the first round of voting for the 2010 European Car of the Year have been announced.

Toyota leads the way with five nominations, with the Avensis, iQ, Urban Cruiser, Prius and Verso all receiving nominations.

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Nissan has received three nominations, for the Pixo, Cube and 370Z, while Hyundai has two for the i20 and ix55.

The full list of nominations for the 2010 European Car of the Year award are: BMW Z4Chevrolet CruzeCitroen C3 PicassoFord KaHonda InsightHyundai i20Hyundai ix55Kia SorentoKia SoulLand Rover Discover IVLexus RX450hMazda 3Mercedes-Benz E-classMitsubishi ColtNissan CubeNissan 370ZPeugeot 3008Porsche PanameraRenault ScenicSeat ExeoSkoda YetiSubaru LegacySuzuki Alto/Nissan PixoToyota AvenisToyota iQToyota PriusToyota Urban CruiserToyota VersoVauxhall AstraVW Polo

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