Keep your eyes out for a preview of the competitors battling for each award in the lead-up to the Car of the Year reveal in Melbourne on November 22.
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Drive Car of the Year is back for 2020, with 100 vehicles across 20 categories fighting for the coveted title.

The awards, presented by BP, kick off this month at Wakefield Park, on the outskirts of Goulburn in New South Wales.

“The team has assembled one of the largest Drive Car of the Year awards fields the Australian automotive industry has seen,” said Alex Parsons, CarAdvice CEO.

“This will ensure all categories are covered and consumers will be provided with a comprehensive analysis of the best cars available in the market,” he added.

The following awards will be up for grabs:

  • Best City Car
  • Best Small Car
  • Best Medium Car
  • Best Large Car
  • Best Small Luxury Car
  • Best Medium Luxury Car
  • Best Large Luxury Car
  • Best Small SUV
  • Best Medium SUV
  • Best Large SUV
  • Best Upper Large SUV
  • Best luxury Small SUV
  • Best Luxury Medium SUV
  • Best Luxury Large SUV
  • Best People Mover
  • Best 4WD Dual Cab Ute
  • Best Off-Road SUV
  • Best Sports Car Below $100k
  • Best Luxury Sports Car Over $100k
  • Best Electric Vehicle

“The Drive Car of the Year awards have been the industry benchmark for over a decade now and this year will see that tradition continue to ensure that we can provide consumers with the right advice when it comes to buying a new car – no matter their budget, lifestyle or purpose,” said Alborz Fallah, CarAdvice founder and content director.

Keep your eyes out for a preview of the competitors battling for each award in the lead-up to the Car of the Year reveal in Melbourne on November 22.