With 2017 now getting into full swing, here are the CarLease UK teams top predictions and picks for commercial customers and business contract hire customers in the early part of 2017.
Mercedes X Class
Mercedes is a commercial lease vehicle badge which you can display with pride and the all new Mercedes X Class is shaping up to be a terrific lease vehicle for 2017 for a number of reasons. The pickup style X Class was recently just a concept car but, appears to be on the horizon for the three pointed star brand to be released in 2017. This premium pickup will combine the best of both worlds and comes in two primary designs; A luxury model and an all road/ off road model both of which will be available to lease from Car Lease UK as soon as they arrive on our shores.
The 2017 VW Crafter cargo van is certainly one heck of a reliable vehicle and has always been popular with commercial lease customers due to its comfort levels and safety features but, the new 2017 model sees some new additions to the Crafter line. Being VW’s biggest Van the Crafter comes in a variety of body shells which include tippers and pickups, grabbers and cherry pickers, dropsides and window vans as well as 8 seater van variations. All of which are available to lease in 2017 from Car Lease UK and here on Van Lease UK. Carry up to 2.9 tonnes or items up to 4.7m in length easily and in the largest variation up to 17 square meters of cargo with space to stand.
The 2017 Ford Ranger has been a popular pickup lease vehicle for many commercial customers in 2016 due to its double cab seating capability and competent 4×4 capabilities and manufacturer options where the new Ford Ranger looks set to penetrate the 2017 commercial lease car market even more. Upgrades due out in 2017 include refinements to the current design, capability and technology such as SYNC 3 Voice and Touch control as well as a new 8inch touch screen. With the ability to carry up to 1240 KG, tow up to 3500 KG and wade through water up to 800mm deep the Ford Ranger is more than capable in any environment and is marketed as a tough, robust and reliable lease vehicle suitable for a range of commercial and personal customers.
Given the choice, which commercial vehicle would you take home or use for your business? Comment below.