Dingles has lead role in Hyundai fleet initiative
Dingles Hyundai at Norwich and Lowestoft are among the marque's first 27 new fleet business centres.
The centres, at selected dealers, aim to enhance Hyundai's fleet customer proposition by tailoring the experience for business-users.
They will offer extra, bespoke services to business customers and aim to deliver competitive purchase deals and contract hire rates for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with fleets of up to 10 vehicles.
Business professionals at the dealership will offer expert guidance based on specific needs. The business professionals will undergo specialist training on all aspects of fleet operations to ensure they give customers the best possible advice when choosing their next vehicles.
As well as ensuring that Hyundai staff are equipped to offer the best possible service, each of the 27 national locations will be retro-fitted to enhance the in-dealership experience for fleet customers. Business customers can use free wifi facilities and dedicated working areas to continue their work while their car is in for a service. Customers will also be able to use a free loan vehicle, opt for a collect-and-deliver service or free shuttle.
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Martin Wilson, Fleet Director, Hyundai UK, said: 'It shows Hyundai's commitment to offering all fleet customers – regardless of fleet size – the best possible service that's convenient and local to them along with the specialist knowledge of matching the right fleet vehicle with the specific business requirement.
'Alongside recent appointments within our fleet team, the first 27 Hyundai fleet business centres will be a vital asset in Hyundai's ever-increasing fleet offering.'
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Hyundai was the fastest-growing fleet manufacturer last year with 47% of its registrations classified as fleet.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders predicts that this year more than 50% of UK registrations will be in the fleet sector, and that SMEs represent huge potential, with more than 729,000 businesses running between one and five cars.