The London-based business received the keys to 12 additional Land Rover Freelander models, which will work alongside the firm’s existing commercial Freelander fleet of 40 vehicles. Over the past four years, Elision has purchased a total of 40 Defenders and 81 Freelanders.
Adrian Maurice, managing director at Elision, said: ‘We manage highly complex and critical business processes on a national scale and need reliable and dependable vehicles to deliver a top quality service.
‘We have always chosen Land Rovers because they possess the durability demanded by our job and have a surprisingly low cost of ownership.
‘Due to the prestige value generated by the Land Rover marque, we are able to reassure our clients that we do not compromise on security and we are entrusted with confidential and sensitive information from highly respected professionals.’