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What is car leasing?

Car leasing is a simple way of driving a brand new car every few years without any of the hassle that comes with owning one. Just decide how long you want to lease it (usually 2, 3 or 4 years), your mileage allowance, and your initial rental.

Your new lease car is delivered for free, to any mainland UK address, and at the end of your lease, your car is collected by the lease company.  All leases include a full manufacturer warranty, breakdown cover and road tax. An optional maintenance package can cover all your servicing and tyres costs too. 

  • Find your car lease

    First you pick your vehicle and lease terms. Choose from one of our in stock cars or have one built to your exact specification!

  • Apply for your lease

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

  • Sign your 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.

  • Take delivery & enjoy!

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

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If you’re in the market for a new lease car, it’s likely you’re spending a lot of time comparing prices to make sure you get the best deal. As a leasing broker, we have a huge network of dealers across the UK, so we know exactly where the best deals are. We work with every make and model too, so if your money can go further on another lease car, we tell you!

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Top 10 questions asked when leasing a car in 2023.

Here are the top 10 questions we've been asked so far this year. If you've got another question, feel free to drop us an email or contact us here.
Car leasing is a way of getting a car for a fixed period of time by paying monthly rentals. At the end of the contract, you simply return the car and can choose to lease another one. A bit like you (probably) do with your mobile phone!
Car leasing involves paying monthly rentals for a fixed period of time, usually 2-4 years. The cost of the rentals is determined by the value of the car, your chosen annual mileage, and the length of the contract. At the end of the contract, the car is returned to the leasing company.
The benefits of car leasing include lower monthly payments compared to buying a car outright, the ability to drive a brand new car every few years, and no worries about the car’s resale value or issues during your lease.
As standard, UK mainland driven delivery and collection, road tax for the full duration, along with what the manufacturer provided with a brand new car, like the warranty and break down cover. You can also include a maintenance package, which covers your servicing and tyre costs. More about that here. 
Personal car leasing is for individuals, while business car leasing is for companies. Business car leasing can either be extremely cost-effective or not cost-effective at all, depending on any factors, like the vehicle, type of business, and vehicle use. Please contact us if you are considering leasing a car through your business in 2023.
The minimum credit score required for car leasing varies depending on the leasing company. However, generally speaking, you need to have a good credit score to lease a car. 
Although rare, it may be possible to lease a car with bad credit, but it can be more difficult and may result in higher monthly payments.
This is what we do! We negotiate the best discounts and charge a processing fee to set up your contract. It is important to remember that the monthly rentals are determined by the value of the car, so negotiating the price may not result in a significant reduction in monthly payments.
At the end of a car lease, the car is returned to the leasing company. The leasing company will inspect the car for any damages or excess wear and tear, and may charge additional fees if necessary. You can find out more about those here.
Typically with a PCH or BCH, you do not have the option to buy the car. However, it may be possible to request a the option to buy the car at the end of a lease, depending on the type of lender. If this is important to you, just let us know when you enquire. 

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