Vehicle Finance: Cutting the cost of getting your business going places
Spread the cost of your vehicles - from a single van to an international HGV fleet
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Cutting capital requirements
- Buy and spread the cost
- 1 to 60 months
- Lease with no capital expenditure
- Low monthly rates from 6%
Range of deals
- Hire Purchase - lease
- Contract Hire
- Avoid the cost of depreciation
- Adverse Credit – no problem
- Funds for any type of vehicle
- Single vehicle - or entire fleet
- Undercut dealer finance deals
- Deals tailored to cashflow
Whether it is professional transport for your sales team, hard-working vans and HGVs or specialist construction equipment, bulldozers, and mobile cranes, your business depends on its vehicles.
It means that your fleet is a major investment. You need to minimise the cost of financing it.
Dealer finance could be the costly option
Vehicle dealers can offer finance plans. Some even offer 0% finance to help them close a deal, but they may hide the real costs. The deals they offer may be designed to maximise their profits, and often mean that the purchase price is inflated to pay for the finance.
You could be better off asking for their best price for cash, and paying for the truck with finance from a specialist lender. Your overall costs and monthly payments could both be reduced.
Asset Finance for your fleet
Asset Finance solutions let a lender finance your vehicle, and can let you choose how you repay them to suit the needs of your business – not the dealer’s. You pay the lender and spread the cost over the term of the agreement while your vehicles are already earning money for your business.
Asset Finance solutions include:
Hire Purchase works just as it sounds. You ‘hire’ the vehicle until you’ve paid enough to ‘purchase’ it.
With Hire Purchase, you’ll normally have fixed monthly repayments so you can manage cash flow during the term. When you’ve finished making repayments, your business will own the vehicle.
HP can run up to 60 months.
Leasing gives you flexibility. You can regularly upgrade your vehicles, and in some leasing arrangements, you have the option to own them at the end of the term, or simply give them back.
You can also decide whether you want maintenance and insurance to be included and whether you need your vehicles for their whole working life or a shorter, agreed period.
Leasing can allow you to update your vehicles regularly which can be important for prestige and reliability
Contract Hire is a special kind of leasing arrangement. Payments are calculated on the purchase value less the estimated value of the vehicle at the end of the agreement. This helps keep your monthly repayments down and makes it simple to switch to a new vehicle at the end of the agreement.
Contract Hire could be appropriate if a prestige vehicle is required.
Cutting existing payments
If you have an existing finance arrangement and want to reduce costs or free up cash, we may be able to help find a refinance option. A lender will pay off what you owe under your original agreement and set up a new finance arrangement with lower monthly costs.
Refinance could help you to release a substantial cash lump sum if you wished to refinance a large fleet.
Why you need Rangewell for Vehicle Finance
At Rangewell, we work across the entire lending market. Our team knows the lenders who specialise in Vehicle Finance, and those who understand your business sector. It means that we can help you find the most competitive rates for all types of Vehicle Finance solutions.
We put this knowledge to work for you, finding the most competitive deals for the equipment you need, from a single van to a complete HGV fleet
REAL EXAMPLES OF WHAT WE CAN DO
Find the most competitive funding for a nationwide sales and service fleet
Help an established courier re-equip with electric delivery vans
Source a lease arrangement for a pair of limousines for a luxury hotel
Find the most competitive finance for single van for a new business
Help an established operator to arrange a single lease to provide 49 new trucks for three regional depots
Call us to cut your costs
Coming to Rangewell means getting finance experts working to help you find you the most competitive funding for all your vehicle needs.
That means cutting the costs of running your business while ensuring you can work with the vehicles you really need. Talk to our experts to discuss the details.
What business vehicles operators says about finance...
Helping you build your profits
No upfront capital expenditureThe cost of your fleet can be spread over months or years, with no upfront cash sum to find.
Versatile funding - for any kind of vehicleThere are finance solutions for any kind of business transport from prestige executive cars to vans, mobile workshops, trucks and construction and specialist vehicles.
Low monthly paymentsLending is secured on the assets themselves, so interest costs and your monthly repayments can be reduced.
Scaled for your businessAgreements can cover vehicles worth thousands of pounds or fleets costing hundreds of thousands. Whatever the scale of your fleet there is a probably an asset finance solution to fit it.
Fixed paymentsPayments are usually fixed, allowing simpler cash flow management.
Reduced risk to your businessIf your business hits problems and you can’t keep up the payments, the lender can recover their costs by taking the equipment. No other assets are at risk.
Download Rangewell’s free and detailed guide to Asset Finance
What is asset finance
What are the types of asset finance
How to find the right provider
Are there downsides to asset finance?
How to arrange asset finance
What paperwork do you need?
Key terms explained
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Leases may count as debtMost leased vehicles will affect your balance sheet but investors may view long-term lease as debt and adjust their valuation – other lenders may also reduce loan availability.
Your fleet could be at risk if business hits problemsIf you are unable to keep up repayments on a hire purchase or lease agreement, your fleet – a key business asset - could be at risk.
Long term commitmentIt may not be practical to pull out of a lease arrangement once set up. This could be a problem if your business needs change.
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