City Car(less than £9k, £9-11k)
Small Hatchback(less than £13k, £13-16k)
Medium Hatchback(less than £16k-£16-20k)
Family Hatchback(less than £18k, £18-25k)
People Carrier(less than £18k, £18k-plus)
Family Estate(less than £16k, £16-22k, £22k-plus)
Crossover(less than £15k, £15-20k)
Eco Car(less that £20k, £20k plus)
4x4(less than £20k, £20-30k, £30k-plus)
Sports Coupe(less than £25k, £25-40k, £40k plus)
Premium Executive(less than £30k, £30k-plus)
Publication: The Independent.co.uk
Journalist: David Wilkins
Date: 22 March 2011
Quote: Car price tracking experts Parkers have introduced new set of motor industry gongs with a difference. The Parkers New Car Awards focus on value for money and all-in cost of ownership, and the first winner is the Kia cee'd.
Publication: Guardian (on and off line)
Circulation: 262,612 off line and 854,500 online
Journalist: Mile Brignall
Date: 26 March 2011
Quote: The Kia cee'd was this week named the overall best value mid-range new car, according to analysis by Parkers, the car price "bible" beloved of dealers.
Journalist: Amar Mahdi
Date: 21 March 2011
Quote: The top 10 new cars that give you the best value for money have been chosen by motoring specialist Parkers, we reveal them.
Journalist: David Williams
Date: 29 March 2011
Quote: A new car award based on individuals' views is one thing. But if you ever wondered which models gave best value for money based on hard facts and figures, this could be the website for you.
Circulation: not available
Journalist: none named
Date: 16 March 2011
Quote: Rather than purely relying on judging panel opinion, the Parkersí New Car Awards use the tried and tested formula of its own cost of motoring tool to single out the best value cars to own and run.