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GE Capital Fleet Services Launches New FleetFinder Tool

November 04, 2010

GE Capital Fleet Services has launched FleetFinder, a new online vehicle selection tool, which helps customers access comparative vehicle information to assist in their vehicle-purchasing decisions. The new tool allows current customers to compare vehicle features and costs, and select the models that best suit their fleet needs.

FleetFinder, a tool available to U.S. customers, can be accessed through GE Capital Fleet Services' my.FleetOffice secure customer website within FleetFinder provides customers with an interactive format that is easy to use and navigate, and is designed to help customers research individual vehicles for potential fleet selection. FleetFinder also provides model year invoice pricing and includes appropriate options, destination charges and fleet incentives.

Through the FleetFinder tool, GE Capital Fleet Services' customers can compare as many as five vehicles side-by-side while accessing complete vehicle specifications and total cost of ownership. In addition, the tool provides users with:

  • Search functionality to select vehicles by vehicle class, sub-class, make and/or minimum fuel economy
  • Specification pages which detail each vehicle model for easy comparison
  • Current model year invoice pricing which includes appropriate options, destination charges and fleet incentives
  • Life cycle cost analysis on all popular fleet vehicles including imports, executive and hybrid vehicles aimed at helping customers make better purchasing decisions

"FleetFinder provides our customers with an easy-to-use tool that compares vehicles and costs to help them choose the best vehicle for their fleet and increase the efficiency of their vehicle selection process," said Carrie Miller, vice president, vehicle life cycle services at GE Capital Fleet Services. "We continue to provide customers with tools to help make strategic decisions while saving time and adding to their bottom line."

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