How Electric Vehicles Can Benefit your Business

By Lauren Bagnall
How Electric Vehicles Can Benefit your Business

Business Owner? Why Not Go Electric?

In 2030, the Government hopes to cease the manufacture of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in favour of electric and hybrid models. More and more people are turning to more sustainable vehicles, in order to benefit the planet and save themselves money on running costs. For businesses, electric vehicle leasing can bring not only a stellar reputation but can be a cost-effective solution when compared to opting for a fleet of petrol or diesel vans...

Here at MW vehicle contracts (MWVC), we have a vast collection of electric van leasing deals perfect for all types of businesses. All of our vehicles can be delivered directly to your door across the mainland UK, with enticing tax and VAT benefits for all VAT-registered businesses. In the not-so-near future, everyone will own a brand-new car that's either pure electric or a hybrid, so why not get your business ahead of the game today?

Reduce your Running Costs

As a business that needs to transport goods, such as delivery companies or construction workers, you'll notice that the cost of fuel is an expense that you could do without. What's more, ICE vehicles have more moving parts than electric vehicles, which can wear over time and cost you in service. When looking for your next fleet of commercial vehicles, electric vehicle leasing saves you money on the upfront cost of a brand-new electric van, allowing you to pay monthly rentals suited to your budget.

When looking for an electric vehicle leasing deal, you need a van that's going to optimally carry out your tasks and benefit your business in the long term. This all-new Maxus E Deliver 9 costs just £606.77* per month ex. VAT, and is perfect for tradesmen and delivery companies alike, with sliding doors for ease of access. To view the full collection of electric van special offers, please visit us here.

Boost your Sustainable Credentials

As the world becomes more eco-conscious, businesses are seizing the opportunity to expand the appeal of their brands by implementing more sustainable practices. 87% of customers will have a more positive impression of your company if you support environmental issues and contribute to the fight against climate change. When you have a sustainable fleet of vehicles, it's something to shout about; you're keeping your carbon emissions down, and doing your all-important bit for the planet.

Making sustainable changes can have a big impact on your business and reputation, attracting more eco-conscious customers from across the region. This Ford Fiesta microvan is perfect for small or mobile businesses. Mild hybrid vehicles are great if you're looking to ease into the electric vehicle market, as well as help with fuel economy, and at just £172.86* per month ex. VAT, you can save money in the process. If you're looking for a personal vehicle, our electric car leasing deals can be found here.

Keeping Up with the EV Surge

Electric car charging points currently outnumber petrol stations, and statistics show that you're never more than 25 miles away from a charger. The country is evolving into a greener environment, and we all need to do our bit to join the fight against climate change. By opting for electric vans for your business, you're allowing your company to stay ahead of the curve, making those all-important changes before the 2030 deadline quickly arrives.

Our electric vehicle leasing deals here at MWVC come in a range of initial and monthly rentals suited to your budget, allowing you to manage your finances. The Maxus E Deliver 3 is a great electric vehicle to have at your disposal, with an impressive payload of 905 kg for heavier goods and tools. At just £257.03* per month ex. VAT, it's a great option for saving your business money. To find out more, please give us a call on 0116 259 9548, and a friendly member of our sales team will be happy to assist.

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*all pricing correct at time of publishing