Low Cost Vans re-launches its sister company First National Cars

Low Cost Vans (LCV), a Neath-based van leasing company, is re-launching the website, logo and overall brand of its sister company, First National Cars (FNC) – the overall goal is to establish FNC as the go-to car leasing company for high-quality, premium vehicles.

FNC is based in the same Neath office as its sister company LCV, which has grown dramatically over the last 12 months with the appointment of 6 new members of staff across all functions including a reorganisation of its sales team. The sales team and account managers at LCV have such a vast amount of motor trade and industry knowledge it seems the right time to launch the car offering.

The company has been successfully operating under the guise of LCV since its launch in February 2017 and has developed firm relationships with well-known brands including Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Citroen, Peugeot and Audi. In a market that is saturated with car leasing companies offering cheap, low-quality vehicles, FNC will re-focus its efforts on leasing top-brand cars for high-end clientele.

Ross Davies, general manager of First National Cars, said:

“There is a real demand out there for a car leasing company that specialises in high-quality vehicles, and First National Cars will be there to meet it. Since we launched the company last year, we have been working tirelessly to provide the best practical and affordable vehicles for our customers – but throughout this process we have been approached more and more about high retail value vehicles. Our goal is to establish First National Cars as the gold standard of high-quality car leasing.”

Rod Lloyd, managing director of Low Cost Vans, said:

“I have spoken with Ross and the team on several occasions about the potential that First National Cars has, and it’s something I’m really proud to finally say is up and running with a full team of well-equipped specialists in the field of automotive selling and customer care. We have a number of existing projects kicking off this year with another following in late February, but right now, the focus is on First National Cars.”