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News The AJAC announces category winners!

The AJAC announces category winners!

All contributors to NetMedia 360’s network of automotive websites are proud members of the Automobile Journalist Association of Canada. Every year, we work hard (no, seriously, we do…) at helping out Canadian car buyers make the right choices when shopping for a brand-new car.

The whole process was recently revised and became far more inclusive. In other words, category winners and all-out Canadian Car and Utility Vehicle of the year may not be entirely new. This was done, once more, to serve the Canadian consumer. The overall winners will be revealed next month, on media day of the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto on Feb. 15.

Category winners were named yesterday as Media Day for this year’s Montreal International Auto Show took place. Here are your winners in 14 different categories:

BEST CITY CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Volkswagen e-Golf

BEST SMALL CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Mazda3

BEST LARGE CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Honda Accord

Honda Accord 2018

BEST SMALL PREMIUM CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Jaguar XE

BEST LARGE PREMIUM CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Volvo S90 / V90

BEST SPORTS – PERFORMANCE CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Volkswagen Golf R

BEST PREMIUM SPORTS – PERFORMANCE CAR IN CANADA FOR 2018

Jaguar F-TYPE

BEST CONVERTIBLE IN CANADA FOR 2018

Mercedes-Benz SL

BEST SMALL UTILITY VEHICLE IN CANADA FOR 2018

Mazda CX-5

BEST LARGE UTILITY VEHICLE IN CANADA FOR 2018

Mazda CX-9

BEST SMALL PREMIUM UTILITY VEHICLE IN CANADA FOR 2018

Range Rover Velar

Range Rover Velar

BEST LARGE PREMIUM UTILITY VEHICLE IN CANADA FOR 2018

Acura MDX

BEST MINIVAN IN CANADA FOR 2018

Chrysler Pacifica

BEST PICK-UP TRUCK IN CANADA FOR 2018

Ram 1500

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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