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Unread 28-09-2009, 08:29 AM
PaulParkersPubes
 
Default Lease Cars for Small Businesses

I've googled it and what have you but wondered whether any fellow Fredsters can recommend any lease car company's or work for/own one?

Cheers
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 09:11 AM
ScholesScoresGoals2
 
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I get a quarterly newsletter from skyfleet, some cracking deals about, have a look at the website.

http://www.skyfleetcarleasing.co.uk/
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 09:19 AM
elephantstone
 
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I have used skyfleet in the past. Good reliable service
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 09:22 AM
PaulParkersPubes
 
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Cheers Scholesy
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 09:23 AM
ScholesScoresGoals2
 
Default Re: Lease Cars for Small Businesses

Quote:
Originally Posted by elephantstone
I have used skyfleet in the past. Good reliable service
Are all the cars brand new as the prices atm seem very very good.
320 for a 3 series convertible, 300 for an A6
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 10:07 AM
PaulParkersPubes
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ScholesScoresGoals2
Are all the cars brand new as the prices atm seem very very good.
320 for a 3 series convertible, 300 for an A6
Fuck that. My lot are getting Nissan Qashqui's
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 10:11 AM
ScholesScoresGoals2
 
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Originally Posted by PaulParkersPubes
Fuck that. My lot are getting Nissan Qashqui's
Splash out and treat them, they'll stay longer if you do
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 10:14 AM
elephantstone
 
Default Re: Lease Cars for Small Businesses

Quote:
Originally Posted by ScholesScoresGoals2
Are all the cars brand new as the prices atm seem very very good.
320 for a 3 series convertible, 300 for an A6
they were always new cars that we leased, if you haggl with them they would roll over easy enough
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 10:18 AM
BulgarianSpectator
 
Default Re: Lease Cars for Small Businesses

Skyfleet have a habit of making the monthly payment look low by loading the deposit - usually 6 months instead of 3 AND then adding a 250 finance fee plus a load of other incidentals.

Check here, they list loads of special offer and have a search tool where you can enter the model and price range, and you'll see what's available.

Freedom are good, as are central (never used to charge any fees). Almost all are brokers for Lex / Leaseplan anyway, so should be able to match whatever the other is offering, so get the best deal advertised and ring compass to see if they will beat it.
 
Unread 28-09-2009, 10:40 AM
sweetleftfoot
 
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I've just used Lakeland Vehicle Solutions, and they were spot on. Quick to price, competitive, and sorted me out quickly.

Highly recommend them.
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