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Mobility Consulting Tool
With this tool Alphabet analyses real vehicle data to provide fleet managers with a number of recommendations for reducing fuel consumption and emissions, electrifying a fleet, saving money on parking and initiating CarSharing.
Are electric cars the future?
As the world plugs in, we ask, are electric cars the future?
The more realistic WLTP cycle will result in official fuel consumption and emissions data for internal combustion engines vehicles (ICEV), which are higher than those measured by the previous NEDC procedure.
On January 13, 2016 the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) published the new lease accounting standard IFRS 16, which will replace current IAS 17. While for the lessor current lease accounting principles are broadly unchanged, the lessee is affected by significant changes.
Marketability Class Table
To help you make prudent choice of lease car, we have developped a unique tool: the marketability class table.
Is it possible for petrol cars to have a more advantageous BiK than its diesel cousin? It is!
Benefit in Kind (BiK) is a key factor when selecting a lease car. While the majority have diesel engine, it is possible for petrol cars to emerge more favourably in this area. Alphabet compared a dozen or so models, with a few unexpected results.
Always the best advice thanks to Alphabet
Lease Company Alphabet provides its customers with the most suitable tools for optimal fleet management. The latest tool, Fleet Simulator, is a prime example of this.
Why Alphabet requests your feedback
As an Alphabet customer, you have undoubtedly already received a survey in your mailbox. Alphabet doesn’t simply ask for feedback, but uses it pro-actively to set to work.
Petrol increasingly attractive, for lease cars too
Aartselaar, 3 June 2016 – The annual study conducted by Alphabet Belgium concerning the tipping point between driving on petrol, diesel or electricity shows that incorporating petrol vehicles into the fleet is becoming increasingly attractive. In two years’ time, the share of petrol vehicles at Alphabet Belgium has grown from 2% to 20%. The trend