Positive Outcomes Recruit 33 Vauxhall Corsa Hatchbacks

National recruitment and training organisation, Positive Outcomes, has taken delivery of 33 new highly efficient Vauxhall Corsa hatchbacks in its latest step to maximise staff support and client service.

The total order is made up of 30 low-emission 1.3CDTi ecoFLEX five-door hatchbacks with Start/Stop, and three 1.2i 16v VVT petrol five-door models with Easytronic automatic gearbox – all specified in Exclusiv trim.

Nottingham-based Positive Outcomes, which has offices across the UK, has added the new Vauxhall Corsas to keep pace with the growing demand from public and private sector organisations for its specialist work-based training and recruitment service. The company’s Training and Learning Advisors and Business Development Managers will use the new cars across the UK.

Positive Outcomes’ Contracts Manager Paul Blackshaw, explains: “In addition to providing a safe, reliable and cost effective solution to assist and protect our employees travelling as part of their work, we wanted to reduce our carbon footprint and demonstrate an awareness of our employer responsibility to the environment. In my view, the Corsa models we have chosen offer the best available solution for our employees, the needs of the business, and the environment.”

Along with their environmental benefits, Vauxhall ecoFLEX models also make financial sense, mainly falling within the lowest Benefit-in-Kind tax band for diesel cars and Vehicle Excise Duty.


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