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Business Fleet - September/October 2010

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In this Issue:

The Volvo S60 sports sedan is all-new for 2011. Its design continues the Swedish automaker’s new tradition of aggressive styling with out forgoing its traditional segment-leading safety features.


Somebody Call Security!
Three security industry veterans share their strategies for procuring, maintaining and keeping track of the vehicles that help keep our homes and businesses safe.

Leasing and the Price of Risk
Open-end leasing comes with residual value risk but no restriction and greater control. Can it work for your small fleet?.

Hyundai Seeks to Expand Its Commercial Fleet Market Share
Hyundai is on a roll with strong retail sales and views commercial fleet sales as an opportunity to further expand its reach into the U.S. market.


  • Exhaust
       2011-MY fleet incentives
  • Road Signs:
       Diesel prices fall below $3 in 2010
       Chrysler, U.S. Bank form leasing agreement
       Used commercial vehicle registrations hit record levels
  • Executive Showroom:
       2011 Chevrolet Cruze
       2011 Volvo S60
       2011 Ford Explorer
  • Revving Up
       :Dealing with electric vehicle range anxiety
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