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Orcon’s purple fleet adds a touch of green


August 21, 2008

Orcon Mini-Misies Fleet


Orcon’s purple fleet adds a touch of green

Orcon has a new fleet of three MINI Clubmans for its technicians – and estimates the move to the new cars will prove to be a smart choice.

Orcon CEO Scott Bartlett says: “Not only do the Clubmans look great, they will also save us money.”

Fuel consumption for the Clubman Cooper S is a thrifty 5.8 litres per 100kms – half that of the Holden Commodore’s Orcon became renowned for.

Orcon is phasing out the Commodores as their leases come up for renewal, starting with three new MINIs due to hit the streets later this month. The MINI Clubman revives the iconic 60’s panel van and offers the space and legroom Orcon’s team of technicians need.

“They are fantastic machines, and fit with Orcon’s personality,” says Bartlett. “They are peppy, sporty, smart, and punch above their weight – just like us.”

Bartlett says adding the MINIs to the fleet is the perfect move in these times: “Businesses now realise they need to take responsibility for their carbon footprint and cut costly fuel bills,” he says. “While the MINIs are a fun little car, they enable us to take our corporate citizen responsibilities seriously.”

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