Infiniti is already preparing the ground for the launch of the G model towards the end of 2013 – its most important car to date in the fleet sector.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s decision to lower the lease rental restriction/capital allowance threshold from 160g/km to 130g/km has been heavily criticised by Jaguar Land Rover.
Diesel is set to be ousted by petrol-electric power next year when Lexus launches an all-new IS range.
Citroen dealers across Britain are on the point of selling out of the French firm’s most successful car.
Officials at a Japanese car firm are drawing up plans for a major assault on the UK fleet market.
Trendy new car models are set to win back the market share Vauxhall will lose this year after pulling out of low-profit deals with major fleet operators.
More than 10,000 fleet buyers are expected to opt for a Civic powered by a class-leading new Honda engine next year.
Toyota is working hard to make sure its next line-up of Auris models become star players in the UK fleet market.
Skoda is benefiting from a two-prong approach to winning fleet business which combines the Volkswagen group approach with its own active field team. It is opening the door to more corporate customers.
Kia is targeting user-choosers as the core growth area in fleet.
Corporate business will account for just under 60% of Infiniti registrations in the UK this year, which are up in total by around 69%, although the numbers are small (342 units).
Chevrolet has confirmed the choice of two trim levels and three engines for the manufacturers new small SUV.
The new 208 XY and 208 GTi support Peugeot’s plans of moving up market.
The seventh model in the Mini line-up, the Paceman has been launched at the Paris Motor Show expected to arrive in the UK in March.
The launch of the new Volvo Cross Country is set to broaden the V40’s appeal in the UK offering a hatchback with the benefits of a higher ride position with hopes to capitalise on the growing SUV market.
Planned to be launched in the UK in March next year, the Mirage will offer CO2 emissions from 92g/km, achieving best in class emissions for a petrol engine than any other current B-segment car.
The all-new Range Rover will feature fuel saving diesel hybrid technology shortly after launch in December.
Sleeker look for three-door version of latest i30 hatchback.
Kia has announced a facelifted Sorento will be launched in November, while a sporty, three-door version of the Ceed, the Proceed, will be added to its line up in spring 2013.
Peugeot's more practical alternative to the 208 will arrive in 2013.
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