Ford Transit Custom - Continental Irish Van of the Year

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Gerry Murphy, chairman of the IMWA; model Daniella Moyles; Michael Moroney, chairman of the IMWA Van of the Year jury; Ciaran McMahon, marketing director at Ford Ireland, and Paddy Murphy of Continental Tyres Ireland.

Gerry Murphy, chairman of the IMWA; model Daniella Moyles; Michael Moroney, chairman of the IMWA Van of the Year jury; Ciaran McMahon, marketing director at Ford Ireland, and Paddy Murphy of Continental Tyres Ireland.

The Ford Transit Custom has been voted Continental Irish Van of the Year 2013 by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association.

The Transit Custom, with 69 points, finished ahead of the Citroen Berlingo Airstream on 49 points and the Peugeot Partner Euro 5 with 44 points.

Members of the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association van jury cast their votes on the basis of value-for-money, reliability, versatility and lasting residual value, among other attributes.

Presenting the award to Ciaran McMahon of Ford Ireland, Paddy Murphy of award sponsors Continental Tyres Ireland commented: “We witness great progress being made in commercial vehicles each year, not least in terms of fuel economy and driver technology, and Ford’s Transit Custom is a case in point. These and other strengths make it a worthy bearer of the title Continental Irish Van of the Year 2013.”

The Transit Custom succeeds the VW Crafter, last year’s winner. And at the same ceremony the BMW 3 Series was voted Continental Irish Car of the Year 2013.



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