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Hundreds of fleet and leasing decision-makers take thousands of test drives at CCIA 2017

Alfa Romeo at CCIA 2017


> More pictures from CCIA 2017 in the gallery below

Hundreds of fleet managers carried out thousands of test drives in glorious weather at this year’s Company Car In Action event, organised by Fleet News.

For two days Millbrook Proving Ground, in Bedfordshire, became the epicentre of the UK fleet industry for ride and drive evaluations of 300 vehicles from 26 brands as senior decision makers assessed the best cars for their fleets.

It was also hub of learning and networking as ‘the great debates’ shared the latest insight into key topics – connected cars, fuel choices – and the electric vehicle and hybrid review zone allowed visitors to gather first-hand information and advice on some of the cleanest cars on the market, from BMW, Ford, Kia, Nissan, PSA, Renault, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.

Fleet News’ editor-in-chief Stephen Briers said of CCIA: “It was an incredible event in every respect, whether you were on the steering pad talking to manufacturers about critical vehicle choices, behind the wheel of some of the hundreds of cars available to drive or fact finding with the leading experts in the fleet sector."

More than 900* fleet decision-makers and leasing influencers attended CCIA 2017.

* BPA audit pending


Exhibitors and attendees tweeted their highlights from CCIA 2017. Check them out below.

CCIA June 13 and 14, 2017 Gallery

Click a thumbnail to view all the images in the gallery.

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