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Car Replacement Cycles

Car replacement cycles are commonly measured by the number of years the vehicle is in ownership and the amount of miles the car or van travels. As the age of a vehicle increases so do maintenance costs and depreciation. Some companies could find their vehicles out of warranty also, if an extended replacement cycle is used.

Typically car replacement cycles last three to four years, mileage will vary between companies depending on the nature of the business and can be anything from 30,000 miles to 120,000 miles over a four year period.

Fleet Cars

For more on car replacement cycles and selling used fleet vehicles, click on the articles below;

Guide to car replacement cycles

De-fleet explained

Guide to fleet car auctions

Or go to the Fleet News remarketing section for the full list of articles at www.fleetnews.co.uk/fleet-management/remarketing/