Lease a brand new vehicle, for less.

  • Road tax included
  • Breakdown cover
  • All brand new
Personal & Business Vehicle Leasing with motorlet

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How does car leasing work?

You pay a fixed monthly payment for the duration of your lease and at the end, you simply hand it back and start again on a brand new one! All you have to do is...

  1. Find the car that you want to lease
  2. Decide how long you want to lease it for
  3. Choose your annual mileage
  4. Decide how much you want to pay upfront
  5. Away you go! 

All vehicles are brand new and include a full warranty for at least 3 years. You also get breakdown cover, free UK delivery and collection, and road tax for the whole duration. You can also choose to add on a service plan, tyre plan and several other add-ons, like GAP insurance, paint protection & alloy cover.

 

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Order your new lease completely online,

in just 4 simple steps.

  • Pick your lease

    First you pick your vehicle and lease terms. You can pick from one of our stock vehicles or have a vehicle built to your specification!

  • Application & order

    Once you’ve chosen your lease vehicle, it’s time to apply for credit. This is done online and is a quick and easy process.

  • Lease agreement

    Whilst your car is being prepped, we’ll send you your lease agreement. Just sign and return, then sit back and relax until your vehicle is ready.

  • Delivery day

    As soon as your vehicle is ready, we will contact you to arrange your free UK mainland delivery. Upon arrival, it’s time to enjoy!

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Some of our frequently asked questions about car leasing...

Here are some of the most common questions we're asked about car leasing. If you can't find what you're looking for, get in touch here.

Car leasing is like a long term rental. You pay an upfront payment of your choice (the more you pay upfront, the less you pay per month), followed by monthly payments for the duration of the contract. At the end of the lease, you simply hand the car back and start again on a brand new one.

All cars are brand new, include a full warranty and breakdown cover, along with road tax for the duration.

There is a huge stigma around damage charges when you hand your lease car back. Damage charges really aren't bad, and they're always fair. Lease companies are regulated and can't just charge you for any old scratch or dent. Read more here.

 

If you like the idea of having a brand new car every few years, with fixed motoring costs and no risk, then leasing might be a good option for you. Ask yourself, would you buy a house if it dropped in value every year or would you rent knowing that everything is covered and the depreciation is someone else's problem?
Leasing payments are fixed and at the end, you hand the car back and start again on a brand new one. As all lease cars are brand new, they come with a warranty for at least 3 years, along with breakdown cover & road tax for the duration of your lease. You can also choose to include all of your maintenance, servicing and tyres costs, too.

You typically pay more to PCP a car than you do to lease one. There is no APR on your lease payments and you also get the road tax covered for the whole duration, as opposed to a PCP which does include APR and only the first years road tax.

Also, if you lease your car, only the outstanding lease payments show on your credit file. However if you PCP, the total outstanding balance shows on your credit file, which will be considerably more. This is because lease is classed as hire, whereas PCP is classed as finance.

 

Car leases vary over thousands of different makes and models. Deals change weekly, so whilst a Fiat 500 might be the cheapest one week, by the next it could be the most expensive (well, not the most expensive, but you get the picture). Best thing to do is to search for car lease deals within your budget.
If a car depreciates, it’s almost always worth considering leaing it (only if the lease deal makes sense, of course). By leasing a depreciating asset, you don’t have to worry about the value at the end. If the car does lose more than anticipated, you remain unaffected as your monthly rentals are fixed.
No. Car leases do not typically come with insurance and most lease companies require you to have a fully comprehensive insurance policy for the duration of the car lease.

Motorlet is a vehicle leasing brokerand we work with some of the biggest dealerships across the UK, along side several carefully chosen leasing companies. With the discounts we negotiate, we are able to find the best leasing deals using the most competitive leasing companies at the time, so that our customers only get the best lease deals.

We also provide a 5 star service, so make sur you check out our Trustpilot reviews here.

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