Nifti launches new online pay-as-you-go electric car service
The company will offer contracts to lease the cars from €200 per month
Nifti, a new online electric car leasing service, has launched its operations in Ireland, offering Nissan and Kia vehicles on a pay-as-you-go option.
The business is part of the Autolease Fleet Management group, which operated the Sixt Leasing franchise in Ireland. It has rebranded to Nifti, which will be the consumer-facing brand, and NiftiBusiness, which will deal with corporate clients.
Nifti offers 24-, 36- or 48-month contracts to lease electric vehicles on a pay-as-you-go basis...
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