Global Market Research: Automotive Fleet Leasing Market to Reach $43.5B by 2032

The automotive fleet leasing market valuation is predicted to cross $43.5 billion by 2032, as reported in a research study by Global Market Insights.

The increasing preference for operational efficiency and cost management among businesses is fueling the market growth. Fleet leasing has grown popular among companies as it helps avoid upfront costs, improves cash flow and offers maintenance and management services. It is also ideal for firms looking to optimize operations. Rising awareness of sustainable practices and growing application in the transportation sector will further influence the need for automotive fleet leasing market solutions.

Of late, many fleet leasing providers are offering electric and hybrid vehicles to meet the growing demand for environmentally friendly transportation solutions. For instance, in January 2024, MoveEV partnered with Geotab Marketplace and Sustainability Alliance to improve EV fleet management by offering cost effective, eco-friendly and home charging reimbursement. Advancements in telematics and fleet management technologies are also making fleet leasing more attractive by rendering real-time monitoring and analytics to help companies optimize routes, reduce fuel consumption, and improve overall fleet efficiency.

The automotive fleet leasing market from the corporate application segment is anticipated to witness lucrative expansion from 2024 to 2032, owing to the rising need for flexible and cost-effective transportation solutions. Companies are increasingly choosing fleet leasing to manage their vehicle needs without a large capital investment, allowing them to maintain cash flow and invest in other core business areas. Fleet leasing also offers predictable monthly expenses, which helps with better financial planning and budgeting.

The heavy commercial vehicle segment in the automotive fleet management market is likely to accelerate at a robust pace between 2024 and 2032, due to their substantial financial and operational benefits. Leasing heavy commercial vehicles allows companies to avoid the significant investment required to acquire these expensive assets by improving cash flow and allowing better allocation of financial resources. Fleet leasing also offers access to latest models equipped with advanced technology to improve fuel efficiency, safety and regulatory compliance.

Asia Pacific automotive fleet leasing industry is estimated to attain sustained valuation by 2032, attributed to rapid urbanization and expansion of the corporate sector in China, India and Japan.

With urbanization on the rise, there is a growing need for efficient transportation solutions in congested cities, making fleet leasing a popular choice for companies. The demand for scalable and flexible vehicle options is also increasing, with government incentives and policies encouraging the adoption of electric vehicles. The integration of advanced telematics and fleet management systems into leased vehicles to improve operational efficiency and data-based decision-making is also stimulating the regional automotive fleet leasing market demand.

Some of the prominent automotive fleet leasing market players include Wilmar, ARI, AutoFlex AFV, Velcor Leasing, Ayvens, Wheels, Caldwell Leasing, Element Fleet Management, Sixt Leasing SE, Emkay, Enterprise Holdings, Merchants Fleet, Ewald Automotive Group and Glesby Marks. These firms are working on collaborations, technological developments, acquisitions and mergers to widen their product portfolio. To illustrate, in June 2023, Merchants Fleet launched ClearCharge, which simplifies EV charging and infrastructure solutions for fleets of any size nationwide.

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