What's the promotion?
You can now drive away in the Transit Courier Van Trend 1.5 TDCi (75 PS) from only £174 per month over 4 years on Ford Contract Hire from Ford Lease. Advance of 6 monthly rentals.
Business Users only.
What else comes as standard?
The Transit Courier Van Trend 1.5 TDCi (75 PS) comes with a wealth of features, all incorporated as standard:
- DAB/Radio with Ford SYNC and Emergency Assistance
- 663kg gross payload+
- 15” steel wheels with full wheel covers
- Automatic headlights and rain sensing wipers
- Single slide load door
- Electronically-operated and heated door mirrors
Fuel economy and emissions:
- 104g/km CO2 emissions
- 70.6mpg combined fuel economy
Ford Contract Hire car rentals include:
- Road fund licence for contract duration
- Breakdown cover for the UK and Europe
- Free replacement vehicle for up to 48 hours in the event of a breakdown when attended by the AA at the roadside
Finance subject to status. Guarantees/Indemnities may be required. You will not own the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Examples exclude VAT and are based on non-maintained agreements, with a mileage of 10,000 miles per annum. Vehicles must be returned in good condition and within agreed mileage, otherwise further charges will be incurred. Prices correct at time of going to print and are subject to change without notice. Subject to availability at a Ford Authorised UK Dealer for vehicles with finance accepted and vehicle contracted and registered between 1 April 2018 and 30 June 2018. Not available with any other promotion. Ford Lease is provided by ALD Automotive Ltd, trading as Ford Lease, BS16 7LB. Other paint colours may incur additional costs see price lists for details. The corporate tax, personal tax and VAT treatment associated with the purchase or leasing of a commercial vehicle may vary depending on your precise circumstances, relevant tax law and vehicle classification. Customers are therefore advised to seek professional advice with regard to taxation.
+ Figures apply to medium roof vehicles unless stated. For high roof option vehicles, kerb mass is increased and payload reduced. Kerb mass is affected by many factors such as bodystyles, engines and options. It is the weight of a standard-specification Base series vehicle (other series will have different kerb masses), including fluids and fuel tank 90% full, but without the driver 75kg, crew or cargo. Payload is the difference between gross vehicle mass and kerb mass.
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