Stellantis’ Leasys offcially entering Belgian market

Leasys, the 50/50 joint venture between multinational automotive company Stellantis and the French Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance, is a multi-brand leasing company operational in eleven European countries. This week, Leasys Belgium was officially presented.

The new company intends to take advantage of the changes in the market and maximize its presence. According to the press release, the new company’s strategy is “to offer innovative and customized solutions that provide customers with the best mobility experience”.

Changing car market

Leasys Belgium aims at reaching 7 500 vehicles in its fleet by 2026. An ambition in line with the changes in the car market: evolution from ownership to use, acceleration of digitalization, concentration of car manufacturers, energy and motorization transitions.

On the Belgian market, Leasys offers mobility solutions ranging from flexible medium-term rental and long-term rental to company fleet management systems, which guarantee a valid alternative to the purchase of vehicles and efficient, rational, safe, and sustainable mobility.

Multi-brand approach

Leasys originated from consolidating the business activities of Leasys and Free2Move Lease. It has a multi-brand approach and offers mobility services through various sales channels: the Stellantis network, independent brokers, direct sales, and digital channels. A multi-channel approach is Leasys’ strategy to serve all Stellantis brands better.

Thanks to a team of dedicated professionals, Leasys provides an ad hoc advisory service to fleet managers to help them make fleet management more efficient. For example, the MyLeasys digital platform allows fleet managers to remotely get a global and dynamic view of their entire fleet and the services included.


Supported by an initial fleet of 828 000 vehicles, Leasys aims to be among the European leaders in leasing and mobility services, with a fleet of one million cars by 2026. Today, Leasys services more than 105 000 customers. The company already occupies the fourth position in the European Long-Term Rental (LTR) market, following ALD Automotive, Volkswagen Leasing, and Arval.

The company recently acquired LeasePlan’s activities in Luxembourg, which was already an important step and accelerated the company’s strategic development in the European countries.

Leasys is present in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Stellantis represents the following brands: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Dodge, DS, Fiat, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Mopar, Opel, Peugeot, Ram, and Vauxhall.


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