Commercial Vehicles

Maintain cash flow with Commercial Vehicle financing

Your finance options

You can choose to finance your vehicle with us in a number of different ways. Read more about your options below.

Hire Purchase

Flexible interest rates – With a choice of fixed or variable rates, you could make the choice that suits you and your business best.


Enjoy the benefits of the full asset use without depreciation and the opportunity to share in disposal proceeds.

Residual Value Lease

Lease high value vehicles and enjoy lower monthly repayments and reduced risks.

Why finance commercial vehicles with us?

Whether you need a single trailer, fleet of hybrid or electric buses, we could help with your commercial transport investment. We support all kinds of businesses from small, family owned companies right up to national coach operators and we have experience across various commercial vehicles. We can also offer sector expertise and a funding package tailored to your business requirements.

Sector expertise

Our team has extensive experience in creating funding packages for commercial transportation purposes.

Reduced admin

The terms of our asset finance agreements apply to any vehicle, making administering your fleet easier.

Flexible choices

We offer a range of asset finance solutions, which can be adapted to meet the needs of your business. 

What we finance

We offer HGV finance on heavy commercial vehicles exceeding 3.5T GVW such as:

  • Electric Vehicles
  • Minibuses & Midibuses
  • Single & Double-decker buses
  • Coaches
  • Hybrid vehicles
  • Heavy commercial vehicles > 3.5T GVW
  • Trailers

Commercial transportation and environment regulations

Euro Emission Standards

European emission standards are the acceptable limits for exhaust emissions created by new vehicles sold in EU member states. They’re defined in a series of EU directives, which are gradually introducing increasingly stringent standards. The numbers can be found in the table below:

During this period fuel consumption (which means CO2) has been reduced annually by about 1%. Each standard introduction has been met with a considerable purchase of outgoing technology. This could be because each new standard means that newly compliant engines are considerably more expensive than their predecessors. Today's engines are roughly twice as expensive to manufacture as in the early 90s.

Get in touch

We can discuss finance solutions and answer any questions you might have.