Some business users cover up to 1000 miles per week and fall into the high-mileage user category. If that is the case, then you want to acquire your car as cheaply as possible, fund your car in the most tax efficient way possible and claim back at least 50% of the VAT. When it’s all over, you are going to want to sell the car for as much as possible. During the time you have the car, you will want the back up of the manufacturer so it needs to under warranty and therefore brand new
You fix your mileage
Tell us how many miles you will cover each year and we will quote taking that into account
Include tyres and full maintenance
When you need tyres or have a puncture, you will want to be off the road as short a time as possible. Include them in your deal and you are a call away from getting the work done. A well maintained car is a safer car, an obligation to your staff
You just cannot buy cars at the same price as the funders do and you certainly cannot claim back all the VAT. When it’s all over, the funders will take away your car and take care of the disposal and as the people who sell more used cars each year than anyone else, they will normally get more for it
So, it is cheaper, but what cars are going to suit us?
17” alloys are standard as is the new adaptive cruise control. Touchscreen navigation and Bluetooth telephone connectivity are both included as well. It drives really well and the 17” wheels are a good choice, as they are not fitted with low profile tyres, the great ride quality is maintained