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FCA launches Company Car Drivers Club

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK (FCA) has launched a company car drivers club offering a range of discounts and benefits.

Membership is open to drivers of FCA products, or drivers of competitors’ cars obtained for business use.

The scheme offers the opportunity to participate in special test drive events such as Jeep off-road adventures and Alfa Romeo and Abarth track days. There is also the chance to get tickets for FCA Brand events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Farnborough Air Show.

Members will also be have an opportunity to join FCA at Company Car in Action, the UK’s largest multi-brand fleet test-driving event.

Direct access to FCA’s vehicle demonstrator fleet, enables members to access the full range of Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Jeep models to test at their leisure, without the need to visit a dealer.

Additionally, discounts on genuine FCA accessories and access to Privilege Purchase schemes for a second car, are available to members. There is even a welcome gift for joining the Company Car Drivers Club for drivers of FCA vehicles.

“The company car is one of the most exciting perks of a job but, whether it’s a benefit of status or an essential business tool, choosing the right car for the job is an important decision. This is especially true if you’re going to spend several years in that vehicle or going to undertake serious mileage,” said Simon Wheeler, national fleet marketing manager, FCA UK.

“Choosing a company car is an important decision so the objectives of the club are to help drivers in their selection when considering a Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Abarth or Fiat Professional vehicle, adding value to the ownership experience by rewarding loyalty. We also want to incentivise company car drivers of competitor products to get to know the FCA product range and give our cars a try.”

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