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It's our aim to make planning a fleet as simple as possible. Start by focusing on two key areas: deciding how to pay for your vehicles and looking at 'whole life' costs. Both can have a significant impact on your business's bottom line.
FUNDING YOUR VEHICLES
CONSIDERING WHOLE LIFE COSTS
Should you buy or lease? Low-risk and lower-cost, leasing gives you the latest vehicles while servicing, insurance etc can be taken care of by a third party. However, buying a fleet means adding assets to your bottom line, and every vehicle can be branded as you wish.
Whole life costs can be more important to smaller fleets than many businesses realise. With 35-42 of total car costs coming from fuel, NI contributions, insurance, depreciation and Service Maintenance and Repair (SMR) costs, it's vital to factor this in. Use Hyundai's Whole Life Cost Calculator to help.
With a Hyundai in your fleet, you'll enjoy high levels of specification, emission reducing technologies, low cost of ownership and impressive residuals.
With some manufacturers, everything comes as an added extra. Hyundai is different. From Bluetooth® connectivity to cruise control and satellite navigation, our cars feature the spec your drivers need, as standard.
At Hyundai we work hard to keep CO2 emissions low, which keeps your tax low too. Our Blue Drive technology features Intelligent Stop & Go and an Eco Drive Indicator to maximise fuel efficiency.
When it comes to disposing of fleet vehicles, it's critical to know that your cars have retained their value. Hyundai cars deliver great residuals across the range.
It's not just fuel efficiency and low emissions that keep costs down. Our models also benefit from low insurance groups and low service, maintenance and repair costs.
When it comes to running your fleet, you can rely on Hyundai to support you every step of the way. That’s why we’ve developed the Hyundai Aftersales Charter: our commitment to the very best service levels in the industry.