Lex average emissions drop to 152g/km
12 October 2009
The average emissions across the 350,000-vehicle Lex Autolease fleet has dropped to 152g/km from 2008's 158g/km, according to the latest figures from the leasing giant.
The UK's number one leasing firm, formed earlier this year by the joining of Lex and Lloyds TSB Autolease, said it has delivered more than 30,000 cars under the 121g/km marker, and the company has called for change from the "few remaining" businesses yet to link choice lists to CO2.
"In the current climate both employer and employee should be receptive to a change in policy that not only reduces the private and corporate tax bill, but also benefits the environment," said Lex Autolease head of fleet management Steve Osborne.
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