The organizers of European Car of the Year have announced the result of the final selection for 2017 European Car of the Year. Of the final 7, the Japanese models were the Toyota C-HR and the new Nissan March.
This year, European Car of the Year is in its 30th year. For the award, around 60 journalists from over 20 European countries choose what they deem the best model out of new cars that were debuted since the summer of 2015 and set for a 2016 release in Europe.
Here are the final 7 for the 2017 European Car of the Year.
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Mercedes-Benz E Class
Nissan Micra (March)
Aside from the two Japanese models, the remaining 5 were all European makers.
The 2017 European Car of the Year will be announced in March at the Geneva Motor Show. Last year’s winner was the new Opel Astra.
(Translated by Greg Scott)