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CBVC launches Leasing Gorilla to target personal leasing market

CBVC has launched Leasing Gorilla, a new e-commerce portal, which will be headed up by Chris Jennings.

The Staffordshire-based fleet management and leasing specialists say that Leasing Gorilla offers:

  • A cash or car calculator, in conjunction with CBVC, for those needing to make sense of the cash or company car conundrum
  • Access to a wide range of vehicle funders including manufacturers own schemes
  • A wide range of vehicles at competitive prices

Following a career in the BMW dealer network, Jennings has spent the past six years with a major leasing brokerage and brings specialised internet marketing skills to extend CBVC’s range of business and more specifically personal lease deals.

He said: “I am delighted to join the team at CBVC and launch Leasing Gorilla, which targets the growing personal lease market. The sector is rapidly expanding given the government’s benefit in kind tax policy and a small rise of business fleets.” 

Mike Manners, CBVC ‘s managing director, continued: “We have been considering separating our CBVC Vehicle Management brand from our personal contract hire business for a while, this has crystallised with the recruitment of Chris and the birth of Leasing Gorilla.

“The additional volumes will assist our overall purchasing power still further benefiting both personal users and even better rates for our existing business and fleet managed clients.”



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