With more and more people seeing the benefits of whole-life cost
analysis, its popularity in construction is increasing.
The above processes need to be completed for each available option, varying performance levels if appropriate, to find the one with the lowest whole-life cost
. The constraints arising from funding sources, minimum service requirements and legal obligations must be recognised, while the uncertainties and risks inherent in the above assessment need to be analysed.
MINI claims that the Countryman Cooper D with CO emissions of 115g/km, BIK rating of 13%, predicted residual value of 41% and whole-life cost
of 42.61% easily out-performs the Nissan Qashqai Acenta 1.5 dCi 2WD.
It was founded by Balfour Beatty whole-life cost
director Ed Bartlett and ex-4Projects head of technology Nick Graham.
AS DEPRECIATION is the greatest single whole-life cost
in running any car, Nissan is boasting that the residual values of its new Juke crossover model are among the best in the industry.
In fact, the A4 is likely to hold its value well -- and nothing has a greater bearing on whole-life costs
And what is the quality of the learning environment - because we cannot lose sight of what the specifi-cation has to support: educational outcomes The fifth factor, sustainability, cuts across all of the guiding principles - especially the concept of whole-life costs
The increase in residual value has had a positive contribution on the XTrail's whole-life costs
with the new version now 10% less to run compared with the outgoing model, at just 99 pence per mile.