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CCIA 2019: don’t miss the fleet industry’s biggest driving event

Fleet decision makers have a unique opportunity this week to test drive a wide range of the latest cars on Millbrook’s vast network of test tracks.

While the British Summer may have provided less favourable conditions, the forecasted showers will not affect proceedings.

Millbrook is an all-season facility with tracks being open for events whatever the weather. There are plenty of covered areas and each manufacturer will have a covered stand so visitors can escape the rain if needed.

There will be around 300 models available to drive, including the new Mercedes-Benz GLE, which will make its fleet debut at the show.

Visitors will also be able to drive the facelifted Jaguar XE, Toyota Camry, Lexus UX and Kia e-Niro for the first time in the UK.

There will also be a number of other key fleet cars that launched in the last 12 months, including the BMW 3 Series, Ford Focus, Mercedes-Benz E 300 de, Toyota Corolla and Volvo S60.

Click here to see the full list of available cars.

Fleet decision-makers should register online now to attend this exclusive event. Spaces are filling up fast, so don’t leave it too late.

CCIA takes place on June 12-13 at Millbrook Proving Ground, in Bedfordshire. Visitors can choose to attend one day or both.

There will also be plenty going on away from the tracks with the latest topical debates, opportunities to meet and network with manufacturers and the chance to discuss your requirements with relevant suppliers, including free advice on residual values from the experts at Glass’s.

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