Currently reading: Peugeot 3008 wins European COTY award
French model has been announced as judges favourite at the Geneva motor show; it beats the Alfa Romeo Giulia, Nissan Micra and more

The Peugeot 3008 has been awarded the 2017 Car of the Year award in Geneva, beating six other cars including the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Mercedes-Benz E-Class to the top spot.

Other cars in the running included the Volvo S90 and its estate sibling, the Volvo V90, the Citroën C3Toyota’s angular C-HR crossover the striking new Nissan Micra.

Among the judges was Autocar's Matt Prior.

Last year’s winner was the Vauxhall Astra, and the victor the year before was the Volkswagen Passat.

Do you agree with this year's outcome? Let us know in the comments below.

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RednBlue 6 March 2017

Joke

to be honest, the 3008 is a joke of a car. Pretty useless and horrible. The Giulia would have been a better choice. At least it's a properly new platform mated to properly new engines. Dreadful outcome for car nuts and petrolheads.
michael knight 6 March 2017

Wow..what a moaning bunch of

Wow..what a moaning bunch of whiners you lot are. Have you sat inside a 3008? It's a game-changer. The Brexit whingeing is gonna get louder when PSA ditch Vauxhall..I guess you can always vote for a Morgan. The very summation of our proud forward-looking automotive industry.
ianp55 6 March 2017

European Car Of The Year 2017

Peugeot 3008 Car Of The Year,what for? nothing special about this warmed over pseudo SUV,to me it sounds like that it was France's turn to win the COTY award. Next year it's probably Italy's turn,Alfa Romeo Stelvio COTY 2018?