Nicholls & Clarke acquires 100 Hyundai Ioniq EVs


Building materials supplier Nicholls & Clarke has acquired nearly 100 fully electric cars from Hyundai, to be used by its managers and sales representatives.

The first batch of Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6 models have already been received as part of the agreement, with more to follow shortly.

This agreement sees Nicholls & Clarke switch away from its deal with another car manufacturer and marks the first time it has operated fully electric cars.

Hyundai is currently working to grow its fleet business with an expanded virtual account manager team and a comprehensive Fleet Aftersales Charter that guarantees affordable costs and quick service.

The company also provides whole-life cost calculators, Benefit-in-Kind rates and competitor comparison tools on its website.

Gary Gingell, Director at Nicholls & Clarke said, “Corporate social responsibility and environmental awareness have long been a fundamental part of the company strategy and key considerations in all our operations, so reducing the emissions of our fleet of cars has become absolutely essential.

“We are absolutely delighted to go electric in partnership with Hyundai, whose cutting-edge cars have received such widespread acclaim over the past couple of years.”

Tim White, head of fleet, Hyundai Motor UK, said, “Nicholls & Clarke is a company that has a well-earned reputation for providing quality products, and we are delighted it has chosen to lower the emissions of its vehicle fleet with our Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6.

“It’s further proof that our exciting line-up of cars and Hyundai Business model are proving really attractive for customers.”


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