The car's value loss is another hidden cost. From the moment a driver picks up a new car from the dealer, it loses a great deal of value. The value loss is particularly significant during the first year. And if you want to sell the car after four or five years, you'll only get a fraction of what you paid for it. With a leasing contract, you don't need to worry about any of this either. As you're not the car's owner, you won't lose any money as its value falls.
The real price tag of a car is far higher than the price you pay at the dealership. It's not always easy to see the wood for the trees, and we expect there to be more changes in the next two years than in the past decade. Making and keeping a fleet future-proof is therefore a huge challenge. It seems almost impossible to develop a long-term vision, even though that's what companies need now more than ever.
Leasing offers the flexibility you're looking for. You decide for yourself the final destination of your journey, and we'll make the necessary adjustments along the way based on that decision. Leasing is the most economical solution, particularly for those who don't have the time to monitor the car market closely.