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ARI's Off-Lease Vehicles Program Provides Creative Leasing Solutions

August 6, 2007

MT. LAUREL, N.J. – ARI, Automotive Resources International, recently debuted their Off-Lease Vehicles program, a cost effective solution that provides vehicles with low mileage to clients at extremely low rates. The program offers vehicles for purchase or lease that have been in service for approximately 12 months with restricted mileage limits, and remain in good condition. If leasing, clients have the option of utilizing a closed or open-end lease.

ARI’s Off-Lease Vehicles program offers clients access to its short-cycle vehicle inventory comprised of lower mileage light-duty service vehicles that have been enrolled in ARI’s comprehensive maintenance management programs to ensure the vehicles have been properly maintained.

According to Matthew Durand, ARI Manager of Sales Administration and Closed-end Leasing, “These vehicles are an ideal solution for budget-challenged fleets. They are also the perfect solution for product launches, acquisitions, temporary assignment needs, and visiting employees. They relieve the burden of a full-length lease and offer tremendous savings over traditional stock purchase methods.”

ARI continuously monitors its short-cycle inventory and provides forecasts for vehicles that are rolling off of their cycles, and offers them for lease or sale with rates and terms to fit clients’ specific needs. To ensure that vehicles are ready when clients are, ARI also offers an in-depth Off-Lease Vehicles forecast monthly.

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