The fleet industry needs to mark June 16 and 17 in its 2015 diary, as Company Car in Action is coming back bigger and better than ever.
Feedback from fleets and vehicle manufacturers reveals that the 2014 Fleet News Company Car In Action event was an overwhelming success.
Mercedes-Benz provided around 700 test drives at CCIA with the first opportunity for fleet operators to drive the new C-Class in the UK.
Hyundai will be breaking new ground in the UK next year as it enters the executive saloon sector with the rear-wheel drive executive saloon.
Renault and Dacia fleet sales have strengthened considerably in the last 12 months, according to the French manufacturer, with Renault car core fleet sales growing by 43% versus a market increase of 15%.
Maserati’s plan to sell 400 Ghibli saloons as company cars are on track, according to the company’s corporate sales manager.
Vauxhall’s latest Insignia is driving strong growth for the brand.
For many in fleet, Company Car in Action was the first chance to see the new Mondeo in the flesh.
Jeep is vying for new fleet business with the Cherokee, which was available for fleet operators to drive for the first time.
The Leon was the key model for Seat at 2014’s Company Car in Action.
Two variants of Hondas most popular models made their first CCIA appearance at this year’s event.
Kia’s recently introduced second-generation Soul compact crossover was its newest model available for driving, but a forthcoming electric version was on the Cenex static display of plug-in vehicles.
Fleet managers had the chance to see the first five-door version of the Mini hatchback close up at CCIA.
The new Picasso range and the DS3 Cabrio were the highlights on the Citroen stand at CCIA.
Infiniti has vowed to keep its key fleet model, the Q50, out of rental to ensure its residual values remain high.
Volvo’s new four-cylinder D4 diesel engine, which was available to drive in a range of cars at CCIA, is fuelling orders for the brand this year.
Peugeot expects its new 108, which was on display at CCIA ahead of its July launch, to be a hit with salary sacrifice and public sector organisations.
Visitors to this year’s Company Car in Action will be able to demonstrate their driving skills in a virtual high speed race thanks to Alfa Romeo.
The latest plug-in vehicles and expert advice will be available at this year’s Fleet News Company Car in Action.
How and when companies will be given access by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to an online licence-checking database looks increasingly unclear.
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