Irish Car of the Year 2019 voting begins

Looking for a winner: Mark Gallivan (left) and Bob Flavin (right), Irish Car of the Year Committee Chairpersons, with Tom Dennigan of awards sponsor, Continental Tyres (centre), are pictured, assessing the range of new cars launched in Ireland this year.

This has been some year for the car industry, the ups and downs have been bigger than ever but still, we are looking forward to the Irish Car of the Year 2019.

There are almost 50 cars in this year’s awards so there’s no shortage of metal to choose from.

The full list of winners will be published after the award ceremony on the 8th of November but until then, what would you choose?

Ford Focus
Audi A6
Citroen C3 Aircross
BMW X2
BMW X3
BMW X4
Ford Mondeo HEV
Ford Fiesta ST
Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV
Kia Ceed
Audi A7
Ford EcoSport
Dacia Duster
Honda CR-V
Hyundai Santa Fe
Jaguar I-Pace
Hyundai i30N
Audi RS3
Mercedes A Class
Audi A8
Hyundai Kona
Jeep Compass
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
Porsche Cayenne
Kia Niro PHEV
Volkswagen Polo GTI
Audi RS4
Volkswagen Polo
BMW 6 Series GT
SEAT Arona
Jaguar E-pace
Opel Grandland
Volkswagen Touareg
Nissan Leaf
Renault Megane RS
BMW M5
Subaru Impreza
Kia Stinger – GT Line
VW T-ROC
Volvo XC40
Skoda Karoq
Suzuki Swift Sport
Kia Stinger GT
Mercedes CLS
Subaru XV
Toyota Yaris GRMN
Lexus LS 500h