Vote for the Team-BHP Car of 2020

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It's time to look back at the year and cast your vote for The Team-BHP Car of the Year. This is where YOU - the BHPian - will choose our car of 2020. The Team-BHP COTY is by actual car owners & enthusiasts, not advertorial experts or paid judges. Just as well since us car owners are the ones who pay the auto industry's bills .

Listed here are the launches of 2020. Also included are some relevant high-points on each car, along with the market's response to it.

  • The contenders have been sorted in a price-ascending order (cheapest first).
  • It's only ALL-NEW cars that are included in our COTY award. That excludes the "refreshed" headlamp & tail-light versions, facelifts and engine variants.
  • This is a public poll. Other BHPians will be able to see what car you have voted for.
  • Models costing over 55 - 60 lakh rupees, and many fully-imported-cars (CBUs), have been excluded from our COTY. Reason = Low relevance & commitment to the Indian marketplace.
  • The 2019 COTY.
  • As has always been the case, we insist there will only be ONE Team-BHP Car of the Year. Why? Simply because we don't believe in handing out an award for the "horn of the year" or "brake pedal of the year" (as examples). Some award ceremonies have 25 awards to ensure there's one for each car manufacturer (aka advertiser) in India. We have no such inclination, and will only focus on the best, most important new car of 2020.

Looking forward to your votes, and also the reasoning behind your choice. Thanks!

Here are this year's contenders:

  • Nissan Magnite
  • Tata Altroz
  • Hyundai i20
  • Hyundai Aura
  • Kia Sonet
  • Mahindra Thar
  • Hyundai Creta
  • Honda City
  • Tata Nexon EV
  • Volkswagen T-Roc
  • MG ZS EV
  • Skoda Karoq
  • Kia Carnival
  • MG Gloster
  • Audi Q2
  • BMW 2-Series Gran Coupe
  • Range Rover Evoque


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