Free fuel offer on all E7 taxi sales runs to the end of May

10,000 Miles of Free Fuel!


10,000 Miles of Free Fuel with all E7 Taxi Sales - ONLY this May and ONLY with Cab Direct.

Hurry, there’s only ten days left to take advantage of our incredible E7™ free fuel offer!  That’s right, order your new E7™ taxi before the 31st of May and receive 10,000 miles worth of diesel, absolutely free.

You could go from London to Moscow five times or Edinburgh to Rome eight times.  More likely you’ll do all your summer shifts without spending a penny in fuel - leaving you more to spend on enjoying the World Cup campaign! 

Money Saver
Powered by the latest generation of Peugeot HDi engines, the E7™ power plant is even smoother than its illustrious predecessor and offers a class leading blend of performance and economy. 

Peugeot’s clever HDi engine is able to carefully regulate the use of diesel thanks to its direct injection system which delivers fuel with incredible precision.  This means the new E7’s engine is a staggering 20% more efficient.  On top of this, E7’s modern aerodynamic shape, including the stylish low profile taxi sign and rear spoiler, also improves fuel consumption through reduced wind resistance. 

Combine all this with our fantastic free fuel offer and you’ll find the purpose-built E7™ taxi more economical than ever. 

So, let us foot your fuel bill this summer and drive your next 10,000 miles on us.  This fabulous offer will close at the end of May so to take advantage call our taxi sales team now on 0800 916 3021, email or click here.

Think Smart. Think E7


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