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Bryant foresakes the Big Three

BRYANT Group has scrapped its fleet supply contract with Ford, Vauxhall and Rover in favour of a solus deal with Peugeot. The house building company's 850-vehicle fleet will now be primarily made up of the new 406, but also include 306 and 206 models. Fleet executive Brian Cadman said the decision was made after a detailed analysis of everything from fuel consumption to wholelife costs.

'The move is designed very much to maximise our spending power as a fleet, cutting costs while also improving the specification of cars available to our employees,' he added. 'We have had experience of Peugeot in the past and its latest range, with the 406 at its heart, will meet our needs exactly. The deal will see us buying 250 to 300 cars every year.' The Peugeots - which will all be purchased outright - are being supplied by c2K Automotive Solutions, Ryland Multifleet and Peugeot dealership George Heath Motors.

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