As if not already complicated enough, changes to company car tax in 2015 have made it even more complex bringing ever more cars and drivers into the tax calculation Firstly, what is company car tax? A company car is a perk or put simply, money you don’t have to pay to lease your own […]
Right now, the Phev has no obvious rivals. With up to 148mpg and emissions of just 44g/km, it is no wonder that it has got the attention of many a company car driver. When you add in zero road tax and no London Congestion charge, Mitsubishi have hit the mark with this ecocarleasing wonder […]
With money not getting any easier to get hold of for businesses or private people, Elon Musk thinks that manufacturers will ever more turn to leasing companies to be the intermediary between themselves and customers, offering more funding options and creative funding choices than garages are used to dealing with. Even if you don’t know […]
On Wednesday, we had the pleasure of spending the day with our main BMW supplier. While much of this was to review delivered stock, discuss upcoming deals and options, some of the conversation turned to the new BMW i3 and whether this really is the next step in electic vehicles (Note – one of our […]
Two new hybrid versions of the soon to be announced Mondeo will make up part of the line up. A regular hybrid and a plug in that will be called Energi. The Energi version is hoped to have emissions of less than 50g/km CO2 which undercuts emission requirements in Europe for several years to come. […]
In the US, speculation is rife that Tesla is being sold to Google. Google are already dabbling in the industry, but most people would never even know. They have one of the biggest self-driving car development projects in the world, so a top class electric product would fit perfectly.
A recent article on the BBC website, reported an article published by the AA. It highlighted how people are struggling to keep up with fuel price rises. The same trend is being reflected in the car leasing market where private leasing and business leasing choice is driven by miles per gallon and whole of life […]
Following on from our car drivers v cyclists blog last week, in which we discussed the issues (and misnomer) relating to aggrieved car drivers and cyclists, further pro-cycling news has been released in relation to a new traffic light scheme in Cambridge. The idea being introduced is a traffic light priority system, whereby cyclists will […]
We understand that you may as a company or a company car driver face a dilemma when you have to decide between a car and cash. You are certainly not alone in making this decision and we have posted on YouTube a series of videos to address the most common questions.
It’s no secret that the price of petrol and/or diesel hasn’t been getting any cheaper over the last 10 years. When this young blog writer began the journey on the road in 2003, petrol was not much beyond the £1 per litre mark.
Think Tank campaigns for budget reversal The Institute for Public Research, has taken up the 100% capital allowance for lease cars argument with the government and asked that the policy is reversed. As from the last budget, only a car with CO2 emissions below 95g/km can claim 100% of […]
This week, Nissan announced a number of changes to their Leaf electric car that will extend its useable range to 124 miles at the same time as halving charge time. In an article with the latest eco leasing news, Nissan said that bringing production to the UK Washington site would give them a chance to […]