Van Monster offer 0% finance deal to fleets

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Van Monster, one of the UK’s biggest suppliers of used commercial vehicles, has recognised that with the UK emerging from recession and van prices now on the increase that this is the perfect time for organisations to invest in their fleets.

Van Monster Until the end of April 2010, Van Monster, a wholly owned subsidiary of Northgate Vehicle Hire, Britain’s largest vehicle rental company, has a 0% APR finance offer available on hundreds of its used vans.

The range of vehicles on offer at Van Monster sites extends from car-derived vans to panel vans such as Sprinters, Transits and Vitos, chassis cabs and tippers from a range of leading manufacturers including Ford, Mercedes-Benz and Vauxhall.

Van Monster Team Northgate Vehicle Hire operates a UK-wide fleet of more than 60,000 vehicles from around 75 locations and Van Monster centres are located in Birmingham, Bridlington, Colchester, Leicester, Newmains, Wakefield and Warrington.

Gary Sullivan, Managing Director of Northgate Vehicle Sales (Van Monster), believes many smaller businesses will now be looking to buy high quality value-for-money used vehicles instead of a new vehicle having extended replacement cycles through the recession.

He said: “This new finance offer is aimed at helping customers buy a quality used van and clearly at a price that will deliver significant savings over a new vehicle. With residual values continuing to increase we are encouraging our customers to buy now.

“We believe we are the only company in the market to offer such a wide range of modern fuel-efficient vehicles complete with a full service history. We have over 500 vehicles on our website and another 500 ready to prepare.

“By combining our range of stock, our quality of vehicle and maintenance record with this fantastic 0% finance offer, customers are able to derive benefit now which makes the decision to buy a less risky option.”


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