Serves the Commercial Small Fleet Market of 10 – 50 Vehicles and Partner 'To Make Leasing a Vehicle Online Easy'

January 15, 2004

Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS), specializing in online direct-to-consumer auto leasing, has partnered with, a resource helping consumers make buying decisions with confidence, to offer an online auto leasing quote/compare service.Through this association, visitors can connect to ACS’ Web site.At, consumers can access a real-time comparison tool that allows them to evaluate leasing options available from multiple lenders based on geography, terms, and vehicle. Consumers can then select the leasing program that best fits their needs and apply for credit via a secured server - all in a matter of minutes, according to the company. Once approved, customers review lease documents prepared by ACS, sign, and take delivery of their vehicle. The service is available for new and many late-model used cars.“ is a terrific addition to our Web site’s automotive resources,” said General Manager Grant Whitmore. “Leasing is a popular option for many consumers, and we expect that having easy access to this link will make the actual lease arrangement convenient for our visitors.”“Through our arrangement with, we expect to be working with consumers who have done their homework and are ready to make a final decision regarding financing of their vehicles,” said ACS president and founder Tarry Shebesta. “Both ACS and have a strong customer focus, making this a natural partnership.”About Automobile Consumer Services, Inc.Based in Cincinnati, Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS) is a provider of consumer automotive services, including car buying and leasing, fleet resources, and vehicle remarketing.Founded in 1989, ACS says its mission is to provide services that enhance the experience of buying or leasing a car. ACS says it achieves this by with proprietary technology, customer service, and years of industry experience.For more information visit ConsumerGuide.comConsumer Guide® is a resource that has been helping consumers make buying decisions for the past 35 years.Its team of experienced auto editors road test and rate virtually every new and used vehicle on the market each year. Vehicles are evaluated using Consumer Guide's Best Buy and Recommended ratings to give consumers a way to choose the vehicle that's most appropriate for their families.For more information, visit
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