Combining car-like style and comfort with the space and durability of a true work vehicle, pickup trucks have certainly grown in popularity over the past few years. Designed to carry up to a tonne in the rear cargo bed but with seating for up to five people in Double Cab versions, pickup trucks offer a far more practical solution for those who want a vehicle to combine work and family life. They are also the perfect work vehicle for businesses who require swift loading and unloading thanks to their open-air cargo beds, making them a popular choice with those in the construction and building industry.
Popular pickup trucks available to lease with Nationwide Vehicle Contracts include the Ford Ranger, Nissan Navara, Volkswagen Amarok and Mitsubishi L200.
A pickup truck is a light-duty vehicle with a separate enclosed cabin at the front for the driver and passengers and an open cargo area at the rear with low sides and tailgate. They are considered a smaller version of a truck (like a Dropside or Tipper) and are designed for families or small businesses, particularly those in the construction and building industry.
Pickup trucks have grown in popularity over the past few years with several automotive manufacturers offering a pickup truck as part of their vehicle line-up. Popular pickup trucks currently available to lease with Nationwide Vehicle Contracts include the Ford Ranger, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi L200 and Toyota Hilux.
If you are using your pickup truck for commercial purposes, many businesses want to add custom stickers, logos and company decals to their lease vehicle. Fortunately, as custom vehicle decals are easy to apply and simple to remove, most finance providers will allow you to add them to your pickup truck provided that you remove them at the end of the term and before the vehicle is returned.
If you wish to add a tow bar or additional accessories such as a roller shutter or roof rack onto your leased pickup truck, please inform your sales consultant at point of order. It is advisable to add these types of accessories at the start of your lease contract in order not to invalidate the vehicle warranty.
If you are already in possession of your lease vehicle, you may be permitted to make small, reversible modifications to your vehicle provided you have permission from the finance provider and that any modifications are removed without damage to the vehicle at the end of the contract. Please note, any modifications are at your own risk and may invalidate the vehicle warranty.
Permission and restrictions depend on the modification in question, manufacturer and finance provider.