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October 25, 2019updated 08 Nov 2019 12:18pm

MotorEasy and LeasePlan to offer members improved leasing service

By Athena Chrysanthou

MotorEasy has partnered with LeasePlan to provide its 250,000 members access to vehicle leasing deals supported by LeasePlan’s price promise.

This is a new service offering members six-to-eight value vehicles with no hidden charges. The vehicles will be in stock and ready at short notice.

If members can find an identical package costing less elsewhere LeasePlan will match it or send out £50 in vouchers.

Members will be supported by LeasePlan’s experts once a car has been chosen who will help with car protection, maintenance and repairs.

MotorEasy founder Duncan McClure Fisher said: “Our partnership with LeasePlan offers members the opportunity to benefit from the company’s over 50 years of global leasing expertise, its trusted reputation and the incredible deals it is able to offer.”

He added: “Through this partnership, we are making car ownership less stressful, more affordable and more enjoyable. That’s a comfort to our members who can rest assured they have an excellent deal on their next car.”

LeasePlan recently released a report finding there is a surge in support for electric vehicles with respondents viewing zero-emission electric driving favourably.

The report surveyed 4000 people in 16 different countries and looked at issues facing drivers in the automotive industry this year.

The survey also found among those planning to lease a car in the next five years 40% say they will choose an electric vehicle.

Further findings showed electric vehicles are contributing to fighting climate change through lover CO2 emissions, according to 60% of respondents planning to get an electric car in the next five years.

Tex Gunning, chief executive of LeasePlan said: “Our 2019 mobility monitor shows that public demand for zero-emission mobility far outpaces its currently available EV infrastructure. We need to fix this now. The European Commission, together with national governments and local authorities, must step up and act on citizen demand for zero-emission mobility by investing in a comprehensive, pan-European charging infrastructure.”

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