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FGA strike courtesy car deal with Nationwide Accident Service

Fiat Group Automobiles UK has struck a new fleet deal with Nationwide Accident Repair Services.

With a supply of Alfa MiTo, 159 and Giulietta, and Fiat 500, Panda, Punto Evo and Bravo cars readily available, Nationwide will be able to supply an ‘instant upgrade’ courtesy car of a higher specification than the entry-level model normally expected by customers whose own car is damaged and off the road.

Additionally if the customer’s damaged car is deemed a write-off, Nationwide will offer its customers Fiat’s preferential rates to buy the courtesy car they are driving – or even a brand new one.

The arrangement, involving 400 cars, will initially be rolled out through 11 of Nationwide’s 73 centres across the UK – exclusively offering Fiat Group cars – with more sites expected to follow later in 2011.

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