Published on Tuesday 26 November 2013 in Van News
It's natural to look at what's working for other people when you make the decision about which van you are going to lease. Automotive parts supplier, Mill Autoquip seems really happy with Citroen vans. The South West based company has just taken delivery of 40 Nemo X and six Berlingo vans, meaning the firm now boasts over 100 Citroen vans.
Delivering automotive parts to customers as widespread as Somerset, Devon and Cornwall on a daily basis, means that it's not an easy life for the vans either. Racking up around 100,000 miles in just three years demands a hardwearing yet economical van, which is why the company opted for the Citren Nemo X HDi 75 manual 660. With 2.5m3 of load volume up for grabs, the 55kw Euro 5 diesel engine achieves an impressive 62.8mpg on the combined cycle, helping keep the firm's fuel bills down. What's more, the Extenso seat on the Nemo folds flat offering greater flexibility on loadspace.
Savvy van drivers who are thinking about a lease will want to know what the re-sale value of the van would be when that lease comes to an end. So it's interesting to see that, despite the tough lives their vans lead, the Mill Autoquip boss says they have people queuing out of the door to buy their Citroens once they have finished with them!
So if you think the Citroen Nemo or Berlingo has what it takes to offer your business some good years of service why not take a look at our Citroen range here.