2023-11-27 Renault Struck a New Fleet Deal in the UK - autoevolution

Renault Struck a New Fleet Deal in the UK

Renault’s UK arm has signed a fleet sales contract with one of Britain’s Largest facility management companies, ISS, with the development being an extension of the two sides' existing collaboration. The carmaker will supply a part of the large ISS UK vehicle fleet.

The first Renault vehicles will be offered to ISS employees in a few days, with the first models being the Megane coupe and the New Kangoo Van. These will be used by ISS staff to cover a wide variety of business necessities, while supervisory staff and management members can choose between the Clio, Megane and Laguna ranges.

ISS already has an existing pan-European deal with Renault, across seven countries. We naturally compare manufacturers carefully against a number of criteria such as running costs, safety, style and performance, so Renault ticked all the boxes. Running a UK fleet of over 2,000 vehicles across all our divisions, running costs and environmental impact are absolutely key drivers when it comes to choosing our cars and vans. Renault provides great fuel economy and also has a good, young mix of vehicles such as the New Master, Kangoo, Laguna, Megane and Clio, all with low CO2 figures,” said Nigel Rowden, ISS UK Group Fleet Manager.

"The growth and expansion of ISS in recent years has been nothing short of spectacular, so we’re delighted to be assisting them in their fleet needs and addressing their environmental responsibilities with the latest cars and vans from our range,” said Darren Payne, Director of Fleet and Commercial Operations at Renault UK.
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