Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service has opted for a fleet of 25 Vauxhall Corsa vehicles to help complete safety work across the county.
The vehicles will support a range of fire investigation and safety work that is to take place across the county, as well as the boroughs of Halton and Warrington.
Hayden Day, transport manager for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, said: "Providing our staff with access to communities across Cheshire and in Halton and Warrington means that they often have to travel considerable distances.
"It is vital therefore that our vehicles are reliable, energy efficient, economically friendly and comfortable and the Corsa fits the bill very well."
The fire and rescue team covers an area consisting of over 400,000 homes, with a population coming close to one million.
Graphics containing a cautionary message were also added to the vehicle in an effort to raise and enhance safety messages.
A review of the Vauxhall Corsa by BBC television show Top Gear stated that it "handles well" and has "good interior".