New Contactless Sales Service

Looking to buy a new car? Our new contactless sales service will allow you to browse and buy cars online without leaving your home. You can even apply and be approved for finance online for your convivence.

You can view the used cars we have for sale online and our new 360 degree interior photos give you an in depth look at the vehicle without needing to come to our showroom. We can also send you a video of the car by request.

Once you purchased the car we offer a delivery service to complete the contactless sales service. All our vehicles are fully sanitized before final sale for your safety.

Other benefits of buying a Jensen Fleet vehicle include:

  • Full service history
  • One owner vehicles
  • Fully valeted
  • 6 months warranty which you can opt to upgrade to 12 months
  • Fully serviced
  • SIMI garage so you can buy with confidence.

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Covid 19 Update from Jensen Fleet Solutions Ltd

Update 30/03/2020

Following on from the Taoiseach announcement on Friday the 27.03.20 we have decided in the best interest of all involved to close our office for the next 2 weeks.

We will however continue to run with a skeleton staff working from home & will always be on call to assist with any issues.

With the closure of most garages and tyre providers we will endeavour to keep any frontline staff on the road by any means possible.

Your Partner, Jensen Fleet


Leanne Nolan, Ian Hand & the Jensen Fleet Team.

New Cars Coming in 2020

There are plenty of exciting new cars coming in 2020! Here’s some of the cars we are most excited about this year.


Alfa Romeo Tonale

Alfa Romeo Tonale – Concept Car

Alfa Romeo’s new small SUV will also be their first car available as a plug-in hybrid as well as the conventional petrol and diesel-powered options. The Tonal is a great looking SUV featuring stand out design and should include the brand’s iconic shield grille which will be flanked by slim LED headlights and the usual offset grille.


Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defender – Actual Car

The new Land Rover Defender was met with a great reception when it was officially revealed at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. The new Defender will feature all the creature comforts that owners of the old car could only dream of having, such as a touchscreen infotainment system, parking cameras and a premium sound system!


Mercedes EQA

Mercedes EQA – Concept Car

The Mercedes EQA will be the smallest electric car from the brand and is an electric version of the A-Class hatchback. It will be looking to compete with the Tesla Model 3 and the new Volkswagen ID3. The EQA will feature selectable drive modes, enabling the drive to change the characteristics of the electric powertrain.



BMW iX3 – Concept Car

BMW’s answer to the Audi e-tron and Jaguar I-Pace is the iX3. The iX3 will be based on the X3, instead of being produced totally from scratch, but will have a revised exterior including a blanked-off kidney-shaped grille. It will benefit from the latest-generation eDrive technology which combines the motor, transmission and drivetrain control into a single unit.


Volkswagen ID3

Volkswagen ID3 – Actual Car

The new Volkswagen ID3 looks to be a promising alternative to the Golf for buyers interested in going electric. Based on Volkswagen’s modular electric platform, MED, the ID3 promises ample space and range between 230-330km (with the small battery), 300-420km (with the medium battery) and 390-550km (for the large battery).


Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Mustang Mach-E – Actual Car

The new Ford Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric SUV with sporty looks and coupe-like roofline and nods to the brand’s legendary Mustang with the triple vertical tail-lights and fastback rear. All these features combined give the Mach-E a much sportier look than most electric SUVs, making it stand out from the crowd.


Aston Martin DBX

Aston Martin DBX – Actual Car

Aston Martin describes their first SUV as “an SUV with the soul of a sports car”. The luxury 4×4 will be the most practical Aston to date with plenty of cabin space for 5 people and a spacious boot. It will still very much be an Aston Martin at heart thanks to it s542bhp twin-turbocharged V8 engine (the most powerful V8 in any current production Aston). However, the estimated price of over €300,000 will put the majority of us off this particular beauty.


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Advantages of Buying an Ex-Lease Vehicle

Are you looking for to upgrade your vehicle? Here’s some of the benefits of buying ex-lease vehicles from Jensen Fleet Solutions.



Visit our vehicles sales page to see some of the ex-lease vehicles we currently have for sale. If you’re interested in any of our vehicles call us on 01-4605250 or email

Top Electric Cars

Deloitte predicts that worldwide sales of Battery Electric Vehicles will rocket from 4 million in 2020 to 21 million by 2030, whereas sales of traditional internal combustion engines will plummet. Sales of electric vehicles in Ireland in 2019 are already up 165% on the previous year. There are many benefits of electric vehicles: zero emissions, less servicing meaning lower maintenance costs, low tax, no BIK on vehicles under €50,000 and no petrol or diesel costs. We’ve taken a look at some of the best electric vehicles on the market right now.

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar’s first electric car is a rapid, desirable, good-lucking SUV. Not only does it look great, it is fun to drive, has a decent range and a large, comfortable interior. It boasts a range of up to 470km*. The I-Pace won several awards at the 2019 World Car Awards including; World Car of the Year, World Car Design of the Year and World Green Car. Available now from €92,895, the high price will probably put people off this particular beauty.


Hyundai Kona Electric

With prices starting from €38,630, the Kona Electric is a more reasonably priced alternative to the I-Pace but still with an impressive range (up to 449km*).  The Kona Electric is currently battling the Nissan Leaf for Ireland’s best selling electric car and may knock the Leaf off the number one spot. While it may not stand out as much as some of the more premium cars like the Tesla, Jaguar and Audi, it is still a brilliant drive.


Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is the much hyped newest model Tesla which was released in Ireland this year and is the most affordable Tesla to date with prices starting from €48,900. Behind all the hype you will find a well-engineered car with a supercar performance and gadgets galore. Boasting a range of up to 530km* and going from 0-100km/hr in 3.4 seconds, this electric car is not for the faint hearted. Read about our Model 3 test drive here.


Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf is the number one best selling electric vehicle in Europe, and has the advantage of being at this longer than anyone else. While the Leaf may not be as exciting as some other models, with pricing starting at €29,890 it is a much more affordable option and the latest model is available with a 62kWh battery giving it a range of 385km*, better than previous models. With a smooth, quiet drive and plenty of interior space, you can see why it remains Europes best selling electric vehicle.


BMW i3

The smallest electric vehicle on our list, the i3 is a great city car with futuristic styling. It is engaging to drive and has a decent range (over 200km*) and with an interior that is recognisably a BMW this will appeal to BMW fans who are looking for a small premium electric vehicle. Available now and prices start from €35,760.


Tesla Model S

The landmark electric car that shook the motor industry, the Model S is a premium saloon car with impressive electric motors, batteries, range (610km*) and infotainment system. A powerful machine with plenty of high-tech appeal, the Model S is definitely a car that will stand out in a crowd. Prices for the Model S start from €89,900.


Volkswagen e-Golf

The e-Golf has everything you like about a Golf just electric. The range is a bit smaller than its rivals (231km*) but it offers the comfort and security of the familiar Golf shape. For this reason it could be the ideal stepping stone electric car. Prices start from €42,250.


Hyundai Ioniq

The Ioniq is an ideal electric car for families as it has a good size boot and is comfortable, roomy and efficient to run. It is also available as a hybrid or plug-in hybrid. The range is a decent at 311km* and prices start from €34,850.


Audi e-tron

Audi’s first electric car is an SUV with a very similar styling to the Q5. The range is good (391km*) and performance is great. A handy feature of the e-tron is charging points on both sides of the vehicle, making charging easier. Audi has made the e-tron to feel similar to its other vehicles in order to persuade regular SUV buyers to make the jump to electric. Prices start from €99,750.


Tesla Model X

The final Tesla on our list, the Model X is most famous for its amazing ‘falcon’ back doors that are guaranteed to turn heads! It is the largest Tesla available, it can seat up to 7, and has all the modern and clever technology you would expect from a Tesla. Prices for the Model X start from €95,500 and its range is up to 500km*.


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*Driving range may vary slightly depending on many factors including, road conditions, your driving style and even the temperature. 

Tesla Model 3 – The Test Drive

The Electrifying New Audi e-tron


The new Audi e-tron has everything you would expect from an Audi, including aerodynamic design, superior technology and an elegant and luxurious interior, but it’s powered entirely by electricity. Set to rival the Tesla Model X and the Jaguar I-Pace, the e-tron is a conventional looking SUV (similar in size to the Q7) that seats five and has a large 605-litre boot. It comes with 20″ wheels as standard, LED headlights and charging points on both side.


As you would expect from an Audi, the e-tron has high quality interiors and all passengers are sure to be comfortable with plenty of headroom in the rear seats. There is a technological feel to the interior, with plenty of great extras (all at an extra cost). The dashboard as a 10-inch touchscreen with a second 8.3-inch screen underneath. The screens feature OLED technology, and the Audi virtual cockpit comes with a new curved OLED screen. Passengers in the rear don’t miss out, they can use the displays in the centre console allowing them to adjust the climate control and infotainment system. Other key technology features include, a 360 degree camera, keyless entry, adaptive cruise control and other driver assistance systems.


One of the options for the e-tron is a world-first, side cameras instead of wing mirrors. These virtual wing mirrors use a small camera to process the image digitally and show it on the high-contrast OLED display on the inside of both front doors. The driver can easily adjust the display using the touchscreen function, just like using a smartphone. Wing mirrors may not need to be upgraded to cameras but it is a cool feature.


Like most electric vehicles, the e-ton is a quiet and smooth drive and comes with different driving modes from Off-Road to Efficient to Dynamic. It has an electric motor at the front and one at the rear which jointly produce 300kw of power, propelling the e-tron from 0-100km/hr in less than 6 seconds.


The e-tron has a range of up to 391km and can be charged at home using a domestic socket or specially fitted wall box, or at a high-powered charging station. These 150kw charging stations can charge the battery to 80% in 30 minutes and 100% in just 50 minutes. Audi is working on expanding the charging infrastructure in Ireland through a joint venture called IONITY. This will see six charging stations built on main routes, with each station having six 150kw charging points.

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Sporty and Elegant The New Peugeot 508


With its low, dynamic shape, finely detailed grille (a stunning checkered grille comes with the higher spec vehicles) and steely muscular style, the new Peugeot 508 is a really good looking car. It is shorter than the old model, by 8cm, and lower too. It comes with frameless doors, adding to the overall sporty look, which allow a lower roof without comprimising the size of the hole through which you’re climbing to get into the car. If you get the sporty GT line, the look will be completed with LED headlights and rear trim.


The Peugeot 508 is as stylish inside as it is out! Experience the Peugeot i-Cockpit with its agile driving position with compact steering wheel, configurable head-up digital panel and 8″ (10″ on higher specs) HD touch-screen (all with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto). Up front you will find big and plush seats with plenty of room, however head space is limited in the rear seats due to the sloping roof. There is plenty of storage compartments in the car, and a pull down armrest with cup holders in the middle of the rear seats. In terms of storage, the 487 litre boot is a decent size with extra wide tailgate opening for practicality.


The 508 comes with a host of advanced driver assist solutions to help ensure your safety as well as the safety of your passengers and other road users. This includes an infa-red camera at the front of the car which puts Night Vision technology at your disposal, making it easier to spot pedestrians or animals in the road at night. In terms of connectivity, the touch-screen is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and can come with a wireless charging pad and up to four USB ports.


There is one petrol and two diesel engines available. The petrol engine is a 1.6-litre with 180bhp and the two diesel engines are a 1.5-litre with 130bhp and a 2.0-litre with 160bhp. Nearly all engines come with an automatic 8-speed gearbox.


The new Peugeot 508 starts at €32,400 for the basic model and from €38,170 for the sporty GT model, and is available to order now.

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The Spectacular New SEAT Tarraco

The new SEAT Tarraco joins the small Arona and midsized Ateca to complete SEAT’s threesome of SUVs. The 7-seat SUV will be set to rival the Hyundai Santa Fe and the Skoda Kodiaq. At 4,735mm long it is slightly longer than both models but not as tall as either.

Design features on the new Tarraco include a distinctive front grille, a welcome light making it easier for you to find your car on dark nights, and LED lights front and rear.

Inside all models of the Tarraco you will find a digital dashboard with an 8” touchscreen above the centre console. Through the touchscreen display you can access your smartphone apps via Apply CarPlay or Android Auto. There is also the option of a wireless charger, so you’ll be connected on the go.

Moving to the rear seats you will find loads of headroom and the second-row slides and reclines, creating more room for the third-row passengers. This ensures the comfort of everyone in the vehicle. There’s plenty of space in the boot too with max bootspace, with the third-row folded, being 700 litres.

SEAT boast that the Tarraco comes with the latest in design and technology and they’re not wrong. It’s driver assistance technology includes lane assist and front assist, which reacts to a cyclist or pedestrian crossing in front of your vehicle suddenly by automatically breaking, on all vehicles. Optional driver assist technology includes the usual; blind spot assist, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and traffic jam assist which does the slowing down/speeding up for you. The Tarraco will also call emergency services for you in the event of a crash.

There are two petrol engines, a 148bhp 1.5-litre engine and a 187bhp 2.0-litre engine and two diesel 2.0-litre engines producing 148bhp and 178bhp, available. Entry-level models are front-wheel drive with a six-speed manual and the higher-spec models get a seven-speed DSG and a 4WD system.

Prices for the Tarraco start at €34,700 for the SE model and €39,885 for the XCELLENCE model and it’s available to order now.

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The 12 Cars of Christmas

With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, we look at the top 12 car releases we’re most excited about in 2019.

1 – Citroen C5 Aircross

The first on our list is the Citroen C5 Aircross. Going up against the Nissan Qashqai, this large practical five-seat family SUV will be hoping to win over drivers with its overtly adventurous design. Inside the three rear seats incline, fold and slide and the boot will hold between 580-720 litres of cargo depending on how far you slide the seats.

It will initially be launching as a front-wheel drive but a four-wheel drive model and plug-in hybrid model are both expected to join the range at a later date.


2 – Toyota Camry

Returning to Irish roads after 14 years, the Toyota Camry will be replacing the Avensis and is expected to be released in the summer. While it is new this side of the water, the Camry is one of the best selling cars in the world, and was the 7th best selling car in the world in June this year. It will be available as a hybrid with a 2.5-litre petrol engine which will be supplemented by an electric motor. It shares its chasis with the new Lexus ES executive platform meaning it has the same flexible TNGA (Toyota New Generation Architecture) platform.


3 – Volkswagen T-Cross

Coming in early 2019, the Volkswagen T-Cross will be entering the ever burgeoning small SUV/Crossover segment and will be looking to take on the SEAT Arona, Citroen C3 Aircross and the Kia Stonic. The T-Cross is said to be roomier than most of its rivals, which may give it the edge over the competition, with a big 455-litre boot, it has a boxier, more practical look the larger T-Roc. Functional and versatile, with its crossover design, wide range of customisation options and outstanding practicality for everyday driving, it is the perfect combination of versatility and compact design.


4 – Honda CR-V Hybrid

Honda’s answer to the Nissan Qashqai and the Kia Sportage, the Honda CR-V comes with the option of seven or five seats. The new 1.5-litre petrol is available to order now with prices starting from €33,500 and first deliveries are due to arrive in early 2019. The efficient new hybrid model will be released later in 2019 and will replace the diesel model. The hybrid version comprises of a 2.0-litre engine, two electric motors and a single fixed gear ratio, a system Honda calls Intelligent Multi Mode Drive (i-MMD). The electric motors will allow pure EV driving at low speeds, while the petrol will take over at higher speeds or for extra bursts of power.


3 – Mini EV

Going into production in the summer, the first customers should get delivery of the new Mini EV in late 2019. The design is based heavily on the Mini EV concept car displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2017 and include the car’s funky aero effects such as little vane spoilers in front of the rear wheels, as well as the show model’s distinctive blanked-off radiator grille. The Mini EV will be instantly recognisable as a Mini but with a new sense of style and bright yellow accents which will set it apart.

It is expected to have similar batteries and motor as the system in BMW’s i3 (BMW own Mini) giving a range of around 300km.


6 – BMW 3 Series

Arriving in March 2019, the 7th generation of the 3 Series features the brand’s familiar design, a similar interior layout and the same promise of a comfortable ride combined with sporty and nimble performance. The new 3 Series will be lighter and more powerful. It’s also slightly longer, bringing more interior space and the technology will be upgraded from the current model.


7 – SEAT Tarraco

The new seven-seat SUV from SEAT, the Tarraco, is available to order now and prices start from €34,700. Given the popularity of its rivals, including the Skoda Kodiaq, we expect to see plenty of Tarraco’s on the road in 2019. It is 40mm longer than the Skoda Kodiaq and the Volkswagen Tiguan, so will feel roomier, and the extra room combined with the promise of nimble and comfortable performance it could be a compelling alternative to the Kia Sorrento, Skoda Kodiaq, Hyundai Santa Fe and Volkswagen Tiguan. It is being released with the option of petrol or diesel engines and a plug-in hybrid will be added to the line up at a later date.


8 – Audi e-tron

Audi’s first mainstream electric car is arriving early 2019. It’s about the same size as the Q5 and the batteries will offer a driving range of around 400km. The e-tron is a bit slower than its electric rivals in the same price range including the Jaguar I-Pace, the Tesla Model X and the forthcoming Mercedes EQC however we doubt this will put off Audi fans who are looking for an all-electric vehicle from their favourite brand. And you are sure to get the luxury, technology and drive you expect to get with an Audi. The charging system is particularly neat, with a 150kW charging port on offer, the e-Tron can recover 80% of its charge in less than half an hour.


9 – Mazda 3

One of the highlights from last year’s Tokyo Motor Show was the Mazda Kai concept, which previewed the all-new version of the Mazda 3 and it’s said that the sleek and swooping lines of the concept will be incorporated. The concept had a dramatic nose and bonnet, with smooth flowing lines and a swept-back windscreen that’ll certainly stand out if they make it through the production version, making this a car you’ll want to show off. The Mazda 3 will feature Mazda’s new Sky Activ-X petrol engine. Using new compression and ignition technology, this motor is said to deliver diesel-like efficiency in a petrol format. It’ll offer the economy of a diesel with the smooth nature and lower emissions of a petrol.


10 – Mercedes-Benz GLE

Coming out in early 2019, the new Mercedes-Benz GLE looks considerably more modern than its predecessor as well as being longer and taller. Up front you will find two 12.3-inch screens and the car comes with the option of cutting edge technology including air suspension linked to a camera that adjusts each wheel individually to pre-empt potholes and bumps on the road ahead which can also lean into corners like a tilting train, which will make driving around Ireland’s less maintained roads much easier. A plug-in hybrid and AMG version will be added down the line.


11 – Tesla Model 3

Tesla’s most affordable model to date is expected to hit Irish stores in 2019. In August this year the Model 3 was the 5th best selling car in the US, and was by far the most expensive in the top ten. Featuring a 15-inch centre touchscreen display, you can expect the Tesla Model 3 to have a futuristic feel. The entry-level model has a driving range of approximately 350km.


12 – Audi A9

Coming in 2019, the new luxury coupe was first introduced in 2014 as the Prologue concept car. Along with a V8 engine, bi-turbo petrol engine and four-wheel drive you can expect state-of-the-art hybrid and autonomous technology as well as a serious turn of speed and impressive interior. The final look of the Audi A9 is not yet confirmed but it’s likely to be like the Prologue concept car. We do know it will be a high-end two door coupe and will be Audi’s rival to cars like Mercedes SL and BMW 8 Series.


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