Model overview

Alfa Romeo Stelvio

The first affordable SUV to combine sports car-like handling with crossover practicality is also the first SUV from Alfa Romeo.

From its Italian-styled exterior to its premium interior, the Stelvio looks as good as it drives.

Perfect 50/50 weight distribution and extensive use of aluminium mean this tall and spacious family SUV handles like a nimble performance car.

Under the bonnet is a powerful, yet efficient, 2.2-litre diesel engine which will please both company car drivers and fleet managers. It can return almost 50mpg with CO2 emissions of 138g/km, but still accelerate to 62mph in 7.6 seconds.

Such impressive dynamics don’t come at the expense of comfort though. Specially calibrated suspension ensures the Stelvio remains well composed on rougher surfaces and Q4 all-wheel-drive maintains traction even in the harshest conditions.

Further peace of mind comes from the five-star Euro NCAP rating which signifies that the Stelvio ranks among the safest cars ever tested.


Stelvio Super (2.2 TURBO DIESEL 190hp RWD AUTO)

● Combined fuel consumption mpg (l/100km): 46.3 (6.1) – WLTP figures

● CO2 emissions (g/km): 138

● P11D: £36,420

● BIK: 32%

Fiat Professional Fiorino

As the sector’s first small van, the Fiorino is perfect for cities thanks to its agile dimensions.

It has a maximum 2.8-cubic metre load space which can carry a payload up to 660kg and is accessed via two wide, opening rear doors or the sliding side door.

Thanks to a folding passenger seat, there is space for a load measuring up to 2.5 metres in length.

The engine line-up consists of both petrol and diesel units, with the Euro 6 1.3-litre MulitJet diesel achieving up to 74.3mpg with CO2 emissions of just 100g/km, when paired with the Comfort-Matic transmission.

Safety systems include a driver’s airbag, electronic stability control with ASR, HBA, and Hill Holder. Parking sensors and front passenger and side airbags are available as options.

A five-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system is available that includes Bluetooth with audio streaming, USB, Aux and commands on the steering wheel.


Fiorino Cargo SX Van (1.3 Multijet II 95hp)

● Combined Fuel Consumption mpg (l/100km): 63 (4.4)

● CO2 Emissions (g/km): 118

● P11D: £14,460

● Payload: 660Kg

Jeep Renegade

Instantly recognizable as a Jeep, the Renegade has rugged yet chic styling that reflects its ability to perform both in the city and off-road.

The best-selling model has been updated for 2019 and now features a more efficient, refined powertrain line up, and refreshed styling.

A new 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine delivers 120hp and is joined by a 1.3-litre unit with 150hp.

The existing 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre diesel engines remain available, but have been updated to reduce emissions.

The engine range on the new 2019 Renegade can be paired with
a six-speed manual, DDCT (dual dry clutch transmission) and nine-speed automatic transmissions for a smooth, comfortable driving experience.

The new Jeep Renegade is available in two configurations, with two- or four-wheel drive. Legendary Jeep off-road capability is guaranteed by two advanced 4x4 systems, Jeep Active Drive and Jeep Active Drive Low which secure benchmark performance in all conditions.


Renegade Longitude (1.6 Multijet II 120hp)

● Combined Fuel Consumption mpg (l/100 km): 45.6 (6.2)

● CO2 emissions (g/km): 129

● P11D: £23,340

● BIK: 30%

Alfa Romeo Giulia

Designed from the ground up to be the perfect embodiment of the Alfa Romeo brand, the Giulia has distinctive Italian styling, innovative powertrains, perfect weight distribution and cutting-edge technology.

To gain an excellent power-to-weight ratio the Giulia utilises an array of high-strength and ultra-lightweight materials including carbon fibre and aluminium.

The key engine for company car drivers is the 160hp 2.2-litre turbo-charged diesel with eight-speed auto transmission. It weighs just 1,145kg, enabling a spritely 0-62mph performance of 8.2 seconds while delivering combined fuel efficiency of 53.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 129g/km.

Priced from £33,190, the Giulia comes with an array of the latest equipment as standard including Forward Collision Warning, Autonomous Emergency Brake with pedestrian protection and Lane Departure Warning. Adaptive Cruise Control and Blind-Spot Monitoring are also available as options.

Wholelife costs are extremely competitive too, thanks not only to its efficiencies, but also excellent residual values.

A five-star Euro NCAP rating completes the package, with a score of 98% for the adult occupant protection: the highest ever by a saloon car.


Giulia Super (2.2 JTDM-2 SUPER 160hp AUTO)

● Combined fuel consumption mpg (l/100km): 53.3 (5.3) – WLTP figures

● CO2 emissions (g/km): 129

● P11D: £32,880

● BIK: 30%

Fiat Professional Doblò Work Up

Enhancing the Doblò commercial vehicle range is the Work Up, a capable and compact pick-up, suited to the city. It has a load capacity of up to one tonne and a 4.2 sq m cargo bed area.

The marine plywood platform is durable and lightweight with room for up to three Euro pallets. Separating cargo from the cabin is a panelled bulkhead with a window. It is easy to keep an eye on goods when moving, and there’s the option for an added storage compartment in the passenger seat cushion.

Standard equipment includes a radio/CD player, which can be upgraded to include an auxiliary port, USB input and Bluetooth connectivity.

Three MultiJet diesel engines are offered, and all can be relied on to carry heavy weights comfortably. The range starts with the 90hp unit that produces 200Nm of torque at 1,500rpm and ends at the 2.0-litre 135hp diesel with 320Nm of torque at 1,500rpm. A 105hp alternative sits between them. The smallest engine returns up to 62.8mpg combined.


Doblò Work Up LWB (1.3 Multijet II 95hp)

● Combined fuel consumption mpg (l/100 km): 55 (5.1)

● CO2 emissions (g/km): 136

● P11D: £18,735

● Payload: 1,005Kg

Fiat 500X

Taking its inspiration from the original iconic Fiat 500, the 500X is the modern day interpretation of a car for the masses.

The compact crossover has evolved the original 500 concept and is now more functional than ever before, introducing new features and new engines.

At the front and rear, redesigned bumpers provide better aerodynamics and enhance the 500X’s road presence, giving it a more purposeful look.

Whether it’s navigating city streets or taking you on your next adventure, the 500X is an SUV to suit everybody’s needs.

Inside, the new 500X boasts a comfortable and elegant interior that is unmistakably Italian in its style.

The commanding driving position provides all-around visibility, while the cabin carries a driver and four passengers in comfort.

A new three-cylinder 1.0-litre unit is available with 120hp and a four-cylinder 1.3-litre engine, with 150hp. Both engines develop best in class torque and improved refinement, yet offer CO2 emissions from just 133g/km.


500X Urban (1.0 Turbo 120hp)

● Combined fuel consumption mpg (l/100 km): 48.7 (5.8)

● CO2 emissions (g/km): 133

● P11D: £18,035

● BIK: 27%

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