Arval Launches Re-Lease Service
2018-11-08 10:39 Thursday
Arval is a global leader in vehicle leasing offering customized fleet solutions. The company recently launched a re-leas service targeted at both businesses and consumers, which claims to provide savings of up to 20% when compared with purchasing a new car.
All the vehicles on offer are 30-months old or newer, and come from Arval's own fleet. Arval claims that the vehicles are carefully selected to ensure they are in optimal condition for premier service. Leases of 12 and 24 months are available, reflecting different consumer demands and preferences.
The leasing costs are attractive for consumers, as the payment includes a breakdown accounting for insurance, delivery and road taxes. Customers can enjoy additional services such as periodic maintenance, extended warranty, and Arval's vehicle insurance package at competitive prices.
The company offers BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Ford, Honda, Nissan and Volkswagen models with prices beginning at $127 USD a month excluding VAT. Arval also claims that all tires equipped on the available models have at least 3mm tread depth.
"Not very long ago, traces of tear and wear can always be seen in a two or three-year old lease vehicle, but now, improved durability means that a properly maintained vehicle is, in many ways, difficult to differentiate from a new one although it is used," Arval Deputy General Manager Elliott Woodhead said.
"This product can also be a really cost-effective option. The monthly rentals on our used cars are up to 20% lower than buying a new model-a large enough difference to make many customers consider the proposition."
"Car leasing service can provide an exact model, color and spec based on customers needs, which is not possible to realize in car purchase," he noted.
"For smaller businesses or individuals, it can be the perfect option. Here, for someone, leasing a car is much easier than months of selecting before the dealing, and the short lead times attached to the product are also really attractive," Woodhead added.