Peugeot’s Phil Robson explains to Ralph Morton how Peugeot dealers will be changing their approach to SME customers. CAR and van leasing brokers have always been in touch with their local market. They know the customer levers to pull, they’ve built the relationships and provided good business lease deals for years. And now Phil Robson,… Read more…
WITH 40 new products to launch over five years, there’s plenty going on at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). And not just from the product engineers. There’s been a major change in the corporate sales team, too, in order to better serve SMEs as well as the larger fleets. Led by head of corporate sales Jon… Read more…
New Hyundai fleet director, Martin Wilson, gives his first interview as he outlines Hyundai’s plans for the SME company car market to editor Ralph Morton.
The new Skoda Octavia is bigger and better than convention would expect. But what do the improvements mean for how business buyers should see the brand? John Griffiths talks to Skoda director Alasdair Stewart about the new Octavia
If you’re an SME business owner, Volvo wants your business. Factual advice and keen lease rates support a new range of high spec Business Editions.
Skoda plans on growing its presence with SME company car and business drivers. And the new Skoda Octavia will help the brand do it, explains Skoda director Alasdair Stewart to Ralph Morton
No one can doubt Mercedes’ fire-power in business car sales. And with chinks in the product range nicely fixed, they’re coming to get you. Mercedes Special Report with Nick Andrews by RALPH MORTON
There’s a long list of new cars in the Ford pipeline, and most of them will be sold all around the world.
Ford’s looking to spreading the influence of its new technology through all its markets – no more US – Europe divide. Story: DAVID WILKINS
Smaller SUV’s with ever better economy and emissions make good business car sense.
The Audi Q3 has growing business appeal as the range expands, explains Rob Morris, product manager at Audi for Q3
Story: JOHN GRIFFITHS Despite the plunging thermometer as Eastern Canada started its descent into sub-zero winter, Martin Sander was not exactly overjoyed to receive the call from his masters at Ingolstadt. Running Audi’s operations in Canada had been a satisfying affair. Canada tends to mind its own business. Its natural resources-bolstered economy had bumped along… Read more…