Europcar Offers Updated Van Fleet to Business Customers in UK

Europcar is building a van fleet of the latest models with green technology in order to meet commercial vehicle needs across its UK business customers.

Due to the increase of online shopping, businesses need access to instant van rentals so they can meet delivery schedules and customer demands.

The new Europcar van fleet includes the compact Vauxhall Combo, Peugeot Partner, Renault Traffic, Ford Transit and Vauxhall Vivaro equipped with Euro 5 technology to increase fuel efficiency. The vans also have emissions under 150g/km to help companies comply with government legislation on CO2 emissions, as well as enableing them to save on tax and congestion charges.

“We’ve seen a huge surge in demand for vans over recent months and we are responding by increasing the size and quality of our van fleet with the latest models to ensure our range includes the latest in fuel efficiency technology,” said Europcar Managing Director Ken McCall.

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