The first is the award-winning BMW 1 Series, which is now available from just £183.89 + VAT per month a four year contract hire deal.
The 1 Series is described as being the ideal small family car, it’s desirable, fun to drive and amazingly cheap to run.
The second is the class BMW 3 Series saloon, which you can pick up for £268.83 + VAT per month on a four year lease.
The 3 Series needs no introduction; it’s as good as it gets when it comes to executive cars. Superb handling, classy style and above all great performance are just a few of the attributes that have made the 3 Series so popular.
There are only a limited number of these magnificent cars available, so be quick and contact CVSL today! Call 0800 085 4256 for more information.
We are always happy to feature and share our clients services and one of our long standing customers Rothwell Plumbing Services Ltd have been growing their business in recent months and needed us to supply them with some suitable vehicles.
After discussing their needs, CVSL supplied them with a number of Ford Transit Vans which have been jazzed up in order to advertise their expanding business in the installation of Free “A” rated condensing gas boilers for qualifying customers.
That means that it is significantly faster than the entry-level 518d, yet equals that model for emissions and fuel efficiency.
Both the 518d and 520d boast combined mpg of 62.8 and emissions of 119 grams of CO2 per kilometre driven, yet the 520d has 41 more horses, a significantly faster 0-62mph time of 8.1 seconds (versus 9.7 for the 518d) and a top speed of 145mph instead of 132mph.
With figures like that BMW saw that there was no need to have a special EfficientDynamics model any more, and killed it off earlier this year.
Dressed to look the part in M Sport guise – always the most popular 5 Series trim – and given some subtle styling tweaks and additional equipment, the BMW 520d within the face-lifted, sixth generation 5 Series range is set to be a big seller with business users and company car drivers.
Company car tax is down to 18% – hence BMW’s decision to discontinue the EfficientDynamics label. Why draw attention to it when it’s become the norm?
EfficientDynamics emissions of 119g/km without the eco/budget stigma…
…and the corresponding benefit of a company car tax rate of just 18% and £30 (Group C) vehicle excise duty.
Below are some statistics from the Department for Transport related to transport and road safety at work some may surprise and shock you !
About a quarter of all vehicle miles traveled annually on Britain’s roads are for work purposes (excluding commuting)
There are an estimated three million company cars on the roads and roughly one in three will be involved in an accident each year.
Company drivers who drive more than 80 per cent of their annual mileage on work related journeys have more than 50 per cent more injury accidents than similar drivers who do no work related mileage.
The annual risk of dying in a road accident while driving for business reasons is significantly greater than the risk of dying as a result of all other workplace accidents.
Every week around 200 road deaths and serious injuries involves someone at work.
About 300 people are killed each year as a result of drivers falling asleep at the wheel. About four in ten tiredness-related crashes involve someone driving a commercial vehicle.
Work-related road accidents are the biggest cause of work-related accidental death. Between 800 and 1000 people are killed annually in work-related road traffic accidents compared to approximately 250 fatalities due to accidents notified annually under the Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR).