Vauxhall release new Zafira model
21 June 2012
A Vauxhall car leasing scheme just become an even more attractive proposition, with the release of a new model.
The advantages of contract hire are numerous.
It helps reduce expenditure in numerous ways, such as cutting down on vehicle maintenance costs, minimising fuel expenditure by providing up-to-date access to the most efficient vehicles and ending concerns such as depreciation and start-up costs.
In the case of the latest release from Vauxhall - the Tech Line Zafira Tourer MPV - this would mean substantial savings on the asking price of £19,785.
But drivers would still benefit from all the advantages of this new model, which is aimed at company car drivers.
The new version comes with the Navi 600 satellite navigation system, DAB radio and 17-inch alloy wheels as standard.
Other eye-catching features include chrome lower window mouldings, hand and stylish silver roof rails and high gloss black B-pillar and black mirror accents.
Dark tinted rear glass is also an option.
However, of most concern to drivers who spend a lot of time in their cars is what is under the bonnet.
Company car drivers have the choice of four engines: a 1.4 Turbo and 1.8-litre petrol or one of two 2.0-litre diesel units with 130PS or 165PS.
But perhaps in light of the current fuel prices, the 2.0 CDTi (130PS) ecoFLEX start/stop engine may be the most appealing, as it is capable of combining carbon dioxide emissions of 119g/km with 62.8 combined mpg.
"An array of eye-catching standard features paired with exceptional P11D values make the new Zafira Tourer Tech Line really stand out from the competition," said James Taylor, the manufacturer's fleet sales director.
A Vauxhall car leasing scheme gives individual drivers plenty of choice, but will really be suitable for fleet managers who want to make the most of a now impressive range.
"Zafira Tourer joins Astra, Insignia and the Mokka SUV in our Tech Line range aimed at company car drivers," added Mr Taylor.
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