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How To Select A Reliable Business Car

As a busy business owner, you’re going to be travelling quite a lot. For your company car, you’ll want a reliable vehicle that won’t break down and delay you on your way to important meetings – with affordable running costs, a stylish look and great fuel economy. In this how to guide, we take a look over some of the considerations that will make your decision a lot easier. Let’s begin.

First, Narrow Down Your Options

The 2017 Reliability Survey from What Car reported on the most dependable cars, and it serves as a great place to start when looking for a car that your business. The team surveyed over 14 000 car owners to learn about their vehicle faults over the previous 12 months, how much their repairs were and how long the faults kept their cars off the road. The Top 20 most reliable car manufacturers consists of a varied bunch – from luxury car brands to – including Kia, Lexus Honda, Audi, Toyota and Alfa Romeo.

What Factors Are Important To Your Business?

Now, when it comes to picking a car from one of the most reliable car manufacturers, you’ll have to think about other factors that will benefit your business: fuel efficiency, environmental impact, style and running costs.

You could go with a Honda Civic, a reliable car with affordable running costs, or a more luxurious option like the Audi A3 Saloon that will make you look like the important executive that you are. If you’re looking for a car that will help your business reduce its overall carbon emissions, the Nissan Leaf could be an option, with only 8% experiencing a fault. The Toyota Prius is another great car when it comes to its impact on the environment, and has a 89% reliability rating with a sleek look ideal for a business owner.

For an all-around car that ticks all of the boxes, the Audi A3 is perfect for business owners. It features the classy look that you would get some a Lexus, and the brand has an 80% reliability rating. Depending on the model you choose, its fuel emissions are just 89g/km to 99g/km and fuel economy can be as good as 74.3mpg. You will have to compromise on the price, but if you’re on a budget the Civic, Leaf and Prius are great options for your company car.

Where Will You Buy It From?

Next, you should think about where you’re going to buy the car from. Unless you’re buying a fleet of company cars, it isn’t the best idea to shop directly with the manufacturer. Whether you buy new or used, buying with a deal with the best option. You should be on the lookout for dealers like Kia Stockton with affordable cars, convenient locations and high standings among car buyers.

As a business owner, buying a car is a big decision. You will have to weigh plenty of options but by following the above advice, you should be able to pick out the perfect car for your professional needs.

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