Vauxhall has signed its largest-ever car daily rental deal to supply rental giant ANC Rental Corporation, the operator of the National, Alamo and Guy Salmon brands in the UK.
The contract, to supply 22,000 cars each year for the next three years, is worth an estimated £900 million at showroom prices, and includes the entire Vauxhall passenger car model range from Agila to Omega.
The vehicles, to be changed twice a year, represent more than 40 per cent of ANC’s UK fleet, which totals over 30,000 vehicles.
Some Vauxhall vans from the Combo and Vivaro range will also form part of the deal.
The contract continues a near-30-year business relationship between the two companies, and comes as Vauxhall moves into its centenary year.
Under the terms of the deal, Vauxhall will supply around 5,500 new Vectras, 2,200 Zafiras, 9,500 Astras, 3,000 Corsas, 500 Agilas and 1,300 Omegas a year. One fifth of the cars will be diesel, and ANC will also trial some Vauxhall Dualfuel LPG vehicles.
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