Hippo, Leasing, New, to, you
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Hippo, Leasing, New, to, you
Hippo Leasing’s new product: New2You

HIPPO Leasing division have added more variety and with their new product “New2You”.

This scheme offers the customer the choice of leasing a slightly older ex-fleet vehicle, with the aim of offering affordable rentals without the risk of running an older car with potentially more maintenance and running costs.

Tom Preston, Managing Director of Hippo Leasing, said: “We are delighted to add this product to our extensive vehicle funding solution portfolio.

With monthly leasing rentals available from just £69.99 per month, our “New2You” product really is an affordable option for many who have just not had this sort of choice available to them up until now.

Rather than running an older car with potentially high mileage, this funding method allows for a relatively young car – that has taken the first hit of depreciation – to be put back on the road at a typically lower monthly cost than leasing a new one.”

Prestige leasing division

In addition, Hippo Leasing have also catered for the high-end vehicle sector with their new prestige leasing division, only set up in September.

Their new showroom stocks luxury marques like Aston Martin, Bentley and Land Rover and leasing solutions are offered to customers from anywhere between two to four years.

The new schemes have resulted in an increase in on-site stock and a recruitment drive for the Blackburn-based company in all areas of their operation.

Tom continued: “The originally half-full office has now doubled in size on both the prime and sub-prime teams. New team members have been added to the service centre, the prestige showroom team and a new logistics assistant has been put in place.

“All-in-all, we feel that we have never been in a better position to offer customers what they are looking for in terms of vehicle funding solutions, whatever that may be.”

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