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The Queen is to officially open a new £500 million Jaguar Land Rover engine manufacturing centre in Wolverhampton today, which is expected to create 1,400 jobs. The new engine facility will be home to the new ‘Ingenium’ engine family which includes the new 2.0 litre diesel engine to be fitted in Jaguar XE. Ingenium engines will be lightweight, four cylinder units which use a super flexible architecture which allows them to be efficient and powerful, producing up to 300Nm of torque and emitting as little as 99g/km CO2. All variants will be equipped with high-tech turbochargers that improve ...
Now the leaves are starting to turn and winter is on its way, it’s time for the soft-tops to return to the garage and the mud-plugging 4x4s to come out to play. We’ve decided on our five favourite off-roaders almost guaranteed to get you from A to B whatever the weather. Range Rover Sport See our Range Rover Sport personal leasing deals here A few years ago, the only people who went for the Range Rover Sport rather than the standard Range Rover were footballers. Nowadays, though, it’s not only a classy choice, but a sensible one. Sports are cheaper than the equivalent standard Range Rover...
The DS3 is arguably the best looking and most desirable car in Citroen’s current range so adding a soft-top fabric roof should be a surefire move to up its appeal amongst its relatively fresh-faced target market. This youthful buyer may also be considering the Fiat 500C, Mini Convertible, or Audi A1, however the latter isn’t currently available as a drop-top. As the name suggests, the DS3 Cabrio is almost identical to the hatchback supermini. However, key changes include a smaller boot, which swaps its wide opening hatch boot for an awkwardly narrow slot-like opening, and a compromised acce...
Company car fleets are worth up to £19.5 billion to the UK economy every year, according to a new report. Hundreds of UK fleet decision-makers were involved in the study conducted by Sewell’s Research and Insight. It found that average running costs for one company vehicle over 12 months lands between £4,500 and £6,500, so with around three million company cars and vans on the road currently, Sewells calculates UK fleets to be worth £19.5bn. ‘Crucial’ Announcing the findings at a Fleet News Fleet200 quarterly meeting, Simon Staplehurst, commercial manager at Sewells Research and Insight...
Business Car Leasing
Business car leasing and paying a fixed monthly rate is considered the most effective way of preventing car depreciation and controlling fleet operating costs. Aside from fuel costs, depreciation is the biggest financial burden for fleets as improving residual values are cancelled out by rising list prices.Find out about our latest available business car leasing deals
Personal Car Leasing
Car leasing is the most cost effective way of getting hold of that car you've always wanted. You'll never actually own the car, but you'll be able to drive it for a set period of time and simply hand it back to the leasing company without the worry of selling it on for a fraction of the price you paid in the first place.Find out more about personal car leasing deals
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Vans are what make businesses move, literally, and as with company car leasing, the monthly leasing costs can be offset against businesses' taxable profits, making it a tax efficient avenue. It's also a lot more palatable and manageable than losing a wedge in depreciation.Find out more about business van leasing deals
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