The cars sold included models from Citroen, Ford, Fiat and even Aston Martin!
Accident Management specialist Easi-Drive has one of the most varied hire fleets in the UK, and the deal increases its size to around 900.
Michael Higginbottom, national accounts manager for Cambria, said: ‘Easi-Drive has a long-standing relationship with us and we are delighted to do business again.
‘The accident management sector is buoyant and Easi-Drive is one of its leading players. We have the variety of cars available, and they have an increasing demand for credit hire vehicles.’
Zac Mitcheson, National Sales Manager of Easi-Drive, added: ‘Cambria is an ambitious and forward-thinking dealership group, which has extended its range of vehicles over the years.
‘Clients who have been involved in a non-fault accident come to us because they know whatever they are driving – from a taxi, to a mini-bus, to a four-door family saloon or even a supercar – we are the people who have a like-for-like vehicle ready and waiting.’
Which explains the Aston Martins…
Meanwhile, Hyundai has sealed three new fleet deals too in the North West. Liverpool-based company Educate and Training will take on almost 80 cars, expanding its overall fleet to a total of 150 vehicles.
Additionally, Warrington based PWG holdings will buy a minimum of 90 cars, and Runcorn based Select Security will add 100 Hyundais to its range.
by John Slavin