Flexible van leasing will support fleets during economic uncertainty, says Sogo

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Flexible leasing business Sogo is launching a range to offers to support fleets and businesses during periods of economic uncertainty.

The company provides vehicles on monthly lease terms from one month to four years.

Karl Howkins, managing director of Sogo, said: “We have ensured that we launch with a significant supply of vans and pick-ups. Our aim is to give people the flexibility they need to grow their business profitably without getting tied into long leases that don’t meet their needs.

“As we leave lockdown, the economy is expected to recover over the next two years, and businesses need our help to keep them moving. Our vehicles come with no upfront payments, no long term commitment, and breakdown cover included.”

The company launched a car offer in January with the aim of bringing greater flexibility and value to the market. It has now entered the van sector with a range of deals from a Citroen Berlingo from £300 per month to a Mercedes Sprinter Van from £525. It is also waiving the customer activation fee and delivery and collection charges (within 120 miles of Milton Keynes) during March.

The latest technology will provide a digital-led service that will allow customers to order a vehicle in a matter of minutes. It is operating nationally from a network of logistics hubs.

Sogo customers can benefit from a subscription model that includes insurance, maintenance, and breakdown cover.

Read more about Sogo here.

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