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Saabs for CCL

ACCIDENT management group CCL has ordered 300 new Saab 9-3s, making it one of the manufacturer’s largest fleet orders.

CCL, formerly know as Car Crash Line, has already taken delivery of 100 Saabs, with the remainder being delivered during the next 12 months. The group has also ordered 50 new Vauxhall Zafira 2.0-litre DTis to be used by its leasing arm.

Adrian Hayter, fleet director at CCL, said: ‘We opted for the Saab 9-3 because it is an excellent high profile car, one that will have major appeal to our customers and one that has highly competitive holding costs.’

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