The most important announcements for fleets, from the 2017 Autumn Statement. By Alex Grant and Natalie Middleton.
Company car tax from April 2020 will incentivise ultra-low emission vehicles based on their electric range, with fully-electric models getting their own Benefit in Kind band.
The final announcement of the Autumn Statement was that 2017 will mark the last time that the Budget is held in the spring.
Combining familiar and near-future technology, Jaguar Land Rover is readying a range of features which will make business motoring easier, safer and more fuel-efficient, explains Alex Grant.
The Giulia is good value, but it’s showing its age in a fiercely competitive segment, reckons Alex Grant.
The updated Renault ZOE is available to order in the UK, now offering a 250-mile range and unlimited mileage leasing options for its new higher-capacity battery.
The UK is Europe’s largest market for plug-in hybrids, with over a quarter of the region’s rapidly-growing volumes sold here, according to the latest ACEA figures.
Kia’s first plug-in hybrid is certainly capable, but it’s in a tough class. Alex Grant explains.
Can tough new styling help the S-Cross achieve its fleet potential? Alex Grant finds out.
Vauxhall is undertaking final UK development of a larger, lighter replacement for the Insignia, due to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next year as the Insignia Grand Sport.
Mercedes-Benz will launch the world’s first premium-brand pickup truck late next year, with urban families and company car drivers among the target markets in the UK.
Infiniti UK has added two senior staff to its fleet team as it looks to focus on business sales with its expanding range.
MINI will launch a new, larger Countryman crossover next February, with a range set to include the brand’s first plug-in hybrid from the summer.
The Department for Transport launched a consultation into proposals aiming to make it easier for electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles to access charging and refueling infrastructure.
Highways England has launched a £5m severe weather information system, providing real-time data which can be used to help maintain traffic flow on the strategic road network.
Plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles could record higher take-up with fleets, but are being held back by not fitting conventional choice list criteria, according to Arval.
Renault’s pioneering MPV is back among the best in its class, reckons Alex Grant.