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More Diverse Vehicle Selectors: Will the U.S. Mirror Europe’s Fleet Market?

Diverse vehicle selectors offering multiple makes and models are relatively common among European corporate fleets. One of the many reasons is the fragmented fleet market shares of each OEM. In Europe, a large number of nameplates compete for the same commercial fleet business. Could the same future unfold for the U.S. fleet market over the next decade?

Commercial Fleets Reveal 2010-MY Buying Intentions

Fleet ordering for the 2010 model-year is shaping up to be higher than 2009-MY, but that's not saying much since 2009 was such an abysmal year. Many commercial fleets deferred 2009-model ordering. Some fleets purchased no replacement vehicles and skipped the 2009 ordering cycle altogether. A large number of commercial fleets decreased the volume of their 2009 ordering and are now playing catch-up with the 2010 model-year.

Fleet Managers React to Chrysler’s Chapter 11 Filing

Commercial fleet managers have expressed sourcing loyalty to Chrysler, but key concerns remain about unbuilt units, downsizing of the dealer network, and whether a lengthy bankruptcy proceeding will impact 2010 selector development.

How Fleets Tackle Rising Fuel Costs

Fleets most successful at managing fuel costs have found that no single tactic is the solution. A multipronged strategy produces the best results.

General vs. Specialty Selector: Pros & Cons

Specialty selectors — vehicles chosen and equipped to meet specific job or geographic needs — have been used for years. Some companies are moving away from them. Is it a good idea?

Fuel Costs Exerting More Influence on Selector Development

Overall operating costs for commercial fleets increased 3 percent, on average, in calendar-year 2007. The increased expense was directly attributable to the cost of fuel. The price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline increased almost 7 percent over the record-high prices in 2006.