May 7, 2018

5 myths about electric driving debunked

LeasePlan, as mobility supplier, has taken a front-line role in electric driving. The path is clear, especially now that the last stubborn prejudices about electric driving have been swept off the map by LeasePlan.

April 24, 2018

Throwback Tuesday: Opening CarNext delivery store !

The very first LeasePlan CarNext delivery store in Belgium opened its doors officially on 24 March – exactly one month ago.

March 9, 2018

New emission test procedure. What does it mean for fleet managers?

In view of ongoing technological advancements and changing driving conditions, the testing procedure for measuring CO² emissions needed to be redesigned.

September 19, 2017

LeasePlan joins EV100 initiative and speeds up transition to electric mobility

LeasePlan announces today around the UN General Assembly in New York that it will become a founding partner of EV100, a new major global transport initiative designed to fast-track the uptake of electric vehicles among corporate companies. .

June 25, 2017

One LeasePlan: the strength of a global group!

Over the next five years, the car industry will change more drastically than in the last decades. LeasePlan is determined to take full advantage of this trend. This is the reason for our new strategy, One LeasePlan.

March 16, 2017

10 SUVs and their green credentials

At first glance, SUVs (or crossovers) and ecology would seem to be at odds with each other. However, this misunderstanding can now be swept away.

March 16, 2017

How does your lease contract end?

As you are used to with LeasePlan, the process of returning vehicles at the end of the contract is handled as professionally as possible.

March 16, 2017

Things you need to know about your company car

Your LeasePlan company car is your help and stay when it comes to getting from A to B. But what else do you know about it? Intentions addresses a number of the most important questions.

January 11, 2017

The big question: petrol or diesel?

Because of their fuel efficiency and ever lower levels of CO2 emissions, diesel cars were for many years the most popular choice for lease drivers, but have been losing ground in recent times. Since excise duties on diesel and petrol have become more uniform, diesel cars have lost some of their price advantage.