Company cars worth waiting for

  • Which company cars are due to be replaced soon
  • New releases and previews that look good for drivers
  • Is your preferred fleet choice about to be updated?

Like any technology, cars are undergoing a constant cycle of improvement and upgrades. Efficiency, fashion, safety and convenience alike are evolving in response to customer feedback and legisilation, and of course, to provide a reason for you to change to the latest model.

The latest cars to reach the market now are benefitting from immense improvements in autonomy and driver assistance, meaning that holding fire on a new contract could give you a car that’s much easier to drive long distances.

If you enjoy having the latest technology or want the most fashionable look in the company car park, wait for these to arrive before starting a new contract or buying a new company car.

And of course, if you want the best value, it’s equally worth waiting for end of line promotions and special offers.

Read on to see what’s coming soon.

Driven: Citroen C5 Aircross – quirky style and comfort, upmarket interior

2018 C5 Aircross - comfortable, quirky SUV style

Coming soon: Peugeot 508SW Estate – stylish and capacious load carrier

2019 Peugeot 508SW - new estate model to join range

Driven: Volvo V60 – cutting edge technology for the Swedish estate car

New Volvo V60 for 2018

Driven: Jaguar I-Pace – all-electric SUV with 298-mile range

Jaguar I-Pace

Driven: Mercedes A-Class – next generation of Merc’s Golf challenger

Mercedes A-Class

Driven: Hyundai Santa Fe – we’ve already driven this 7-seat SUV. Read our full review

Hyundai Santa Fe review

New Lexus UX revealed – futuristic compact SUV based on Toyota C-HR, our Car of the Year for 2018

Lexus UX

MINI hatchback and cabrio revealed – popular pair receive major mid-life facelift

MINI hatch and cabrio facelift

Peugeot 508 – stylish fastback with advanced interior design

Peugeot 508 First Edition Geneva

Mazda 6 – new interiors, new lighting – and new engines in 2019

Mazda 6 Tourer

Kia Ceed – European design, build and quality – and no apostrophe

2018 Kia Ceed

Toyota Auris – bold new design for the popular hybrid option

2018 Toyota Auris

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