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Thursday, 21 July 2016
Skoda and manheim collaborate with a fleet of Superbs added to Manheims increasing fleet portfolio.
Manheim Inspection Services adds 64 ŠKODAs to corporate fleet following expansion
A Superb choice was made in conjunction with Logical Vehicle Management
ŠKODA’s flagship was the clear choice based on stylish design and impressive whole life costs
Manheim Inspection Services has added 64 ŠKODA Superbs to its corporate fleet following the expansion of its UK operation.
Working with Logical Vehicle Management, Manheim Inspection Services needed a fleet of cars that offered outstanding whole-life costs and every day practicality, combined with refinement and reliability. After considering all options, a Superb choice was made.
After initially ordering 55 cars, driver feedback was so positive that Manheim Inspection Services added a further nine Superb Estates to its growing fleet.
Manheim Inspection Services ordered 64 1.6 Diesel Superb Estates in SE Business trim, meaning its drivers will benefit from cutting-edge technology, stylish design and low-running costs. SE Business models benefit from 17-inch alloy wheels, Alcantara and leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, sat-nav, Smartlink (which connects drivers‘ smartphones to the infotainment system), and adaptive cruise control as standard.
Furthermore, the Superb Estate boasts class-leading practicality, including 1,950 litres of boot space with the seats down and 660 litres with them all in use.
Paul Hill, Director of Logistics and Inspection Services at Manheim, said: “The Manheim Inspection Services business is expanding rapidly in the UK, and we needed to refresh our fleet to transport our growing team of vehicle inspectors. The ŠKODA Superb Estate is everything we need – reliable, refined and well-equipped.”
Henry Williams, Head of Fleet at ŠKODA UK, added: “Manheim has made a great choice – we’ve seen record demand for the Superb in the fleet sector, which is continuing to grow. For fleet customers it fits the bill perfectly, with plenty of space, generous kit levels, sharp design and low whole life costs.”