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Leading manufacturers bring their latest ranges to CCIA

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Some of the biggest manufacturers will be offering fleet decision makers the chance to try the very latest models as Company Car in Action returns to Millbrook.

Visitors can test the latest stop-start technology on the city course, familiarise themselves with vehicle handling on the challenging alpine hill route, experience the motorway comfort of the newest executive cars on the high speed bowl and attempt the challenging terrain and obstacles on the off-road course.

On the three quarter mile city course, visitors to CCIA will be able to experience the reality of stop-start urban driving, while Millbrook’s alpine hill route features three loops, totalling over four miles, with gradients from 6.5% to a challenging 26%.
The chance to drive and be a passenger in executive fleet models from the big marques is available on Millbrook’s five lane, two mile, banked high speed bowl, where realistic motorway driving can be simulated in a safe and secure setting.

Fitting weeks of testing into two days, CCIA at Millbrook offers fleet decision makers the chance to put more than 250 vehicles through their paces in a real world environment, including electric cars and vans, hybrids. Whether looking at executive cars, 4x4s or LCVs, CCIA 2012 is set to be bigger and better than ever.

Manufacturers that have already booked their attendance include:

Toyota and Lexus
Vauxhall Motors
Citroen UK
Honda UK
Peugeot Motor Company
Fiat Group
Ford Motor Company
Renault UK
Hyundai Motor UK

If you're a fleet decision-maker or work for a leasing company, then apply for your complimentary place at the event by visiting www.companycarinaction.co.uk

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