During the procurement of a vehicle fleet, the purchase price is often of central importance. But besides that, over the entire life cycle, further relevant costs are incurred which also need to be considered.
The "Total Cost of Usership" takes into account the fixed costs as well as the running costs and therefore offers a very long-sighted basis for a purchasing decision. The most important TCU components involved are the purchase price (resale value is also included in this calculation), the costs for tax and insurance, costs for tyres, maintenance and repairs (wear and tear), as well as the fuel costs. Mercedes-Benz vans also prove to be highly reliable which subsequently has a great influence on the total costs.
The most important components.
When buying a van, the purchase price is of central importance. Equally decisive are its reliability and its suitability to enable you to be optimally supported in the specific requirements of your day to day work.
Thanks to their reliability, the vans from Mercedes-Benz have a high resale value. When selling a van, even after several years, you will get back part of your investment. This accordingly reduces the "Total Cost of Usership" to you.
A major cost factor during a van's lifetime is fuel. A difference in fuel consumption of just one litre of fuel per 100 km can lead to a five-figure saving.
Tax and insurance.
A van entails more costs than are initially foreseeable. In addition to the direct costs, the costs for tax and insurance must also be considered. Look in advance to see which insurance best suits your needs.
Maintenance, repairs and tyres.
Vans from Mercedes-Benz are highly reliable. That doesn't just offer you business security, it also saves you the additional costs of replacement vehicles, maintenance and repairs.
Our comprehensive dealer network and the low downtimes of Mercedes-Benz vans guarantee you maximum availability. This leads to low overall costs and low organisational input on your side, so that you can concentrate fully on your core business.