Responding to market demands, Peugeot is introducing a new product in its rental operation – Peugeot Minilease.
This new addition to Peugeot Rental’s range of products is an easy, convenient and cost-effective transport solution for fleet managers looking to bridge the gap between daily rental and longer term rentals.
Minilease has been designed for short operating periods – typically less than six months – and offers customers very competitive rates to meet their transportation needs. Minilease can work out significantly less expensive than opting for daily rental for medium-term transport solutions. For example companies can currently hire a 307 five door with 2.0 litre HDi diesel engine at £13.50 a day over a three month period and a mileage allowance of 2,500 per 28 days.
Bryan Spademan, head of Peugeot Rental says: "This success is based on our emphasis on customer service, and listening to the needs of Peugeot customers and fleet managers. By focusing on what we know are key customer priorities, we are able to make a powerful case for companies who are increasingly looking to the manufacturer to cater for all their short and long-term motoring needs.
"Peugeot Rental’s operation is based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. All the rental outlets are dealer-based and 112 out of Peugeot’s 346 dealerships participate in the programme with specialist cover in 16 of the UK’s larger cities. Each Peugeot Rental dealer has an average of 36 vehicles for rent, and this can be anything from a Peugeot 106 to the 807 MPV, a Partner or Boxer van.
"It is a testament to our reliability and personal service that we now look after 136 corporate accounts nationwide," he added.
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