How much is a Land Rover lease?
The cheapest price for a Land Rover lease is around £300 a month, with the most luxurious models going over £750.
Leasing Options has looked at three popular Land Rovers, comparing their specifications, features and costs to show you how to get a luxury SUV at a price that suits your budget.
Land Rover lease price comparison
|Under £350||Under £550||Under £950|
|Model||Land Rover Range Rover Evoque||Land Rover Range Rover Velar||Land Rover Range Rover|
|Trim Level||D150 R-Dynamic 2WD||P250 R-Dynamic||P400e Vogue|
|Tank Size||65 litres||82 litres||90 litres|
|Engine Size||1.999 litre||1.997 litre||1.997 litre|
|Top Speed||125 mph||135 mph||137 mph|
|CO2 Emissions||143 g/km||173 g/km||72 g/km|
|Miles Per Gallon||52.3 mpg||35.3 mpg||88.3 mpg|
|Gears||6 Speed||8 Speed||8 Speed|
|Wheel Size||17" alloy||18" alloy||20" alloy|
|Weight||2370 kg||2500 kg||3210 kg|
(H x L x W)
|1649 x 4371 x 1904 mm||1677 x 4797 x 2145 mm||1869 x 5000 x 2073 mm|
|Standard Equipment||Anti Trap Windows||Trailer Stability Assist||Acoustic Windscreen|
|Cruise Control||Voice Control System||Dynamic Route Guidance|
|10" Touch Screen Pro||Electronic Power Assisted Steering||Touch Pro Duo System|
|Steering Wheel Controls||Follow Me Home Headlights||Meridian Sound System|
|Safety Features||Roll Stability Control||Driver Condition Monitor||Incontrol Secure Tracker|
|Brake Pad Wear Warning||Service Indicator||3 Rear 3 Point Seatbelts|
|6 Airbags||Brake Pad Wear Warning||Auto Lock System|
|Intrusion Sensor||Perimetric Alarm||Keyless Entry|
|Extra Options||360 Degree Camera||Traffic Sign Recognition||Wade Sensing|
|Navigation Pro System||Power Fold Door Mirrors||Pixel Laser LED Headlights|
|Electric Towbar||Digital TV||4 Zone Climate Control|
|Keyless Entry||Meridian Sound System||Configurable Ambient Lighting|
*Price estimates are based on a personal, 4 year lease contract with a 6-month initial rental and an 8,000 annual mileage. Information and costs should be used as a guide only and are subject to change at any time. A sample of standard equipment, safety features and extra options have been selected.
Leasing a Land Rover for under £350 per month
The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Hatchback D150 R-Dynamic 2WD doesn’t just have standout looks and style. This car is also complemented by high levels of comfort and technology that are hard to beat. What’s more, this latest model brings with it an added touch of refinement compared to the older version.
It’s available to lease for under £300 per month, and when you consider it costs over £35,500 to purchase outright, it’s easy to see how much money can be saved.
While the Evoque might be the smallest car produced by Land Rover, this compact SUV has gone on to become one of the manufacturer’s most popular models. You get five doors and seats as standard with plenty of leg room inside, while the 1.999 litre, four-cylinder diesel engine works off a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The Evoque can hit a top speed of 125 mph, while CO2 emissions stand at 143g/km. The fuel tank is able to hold up to 65 litres, while the miles per gallon rate peaks at just over 52. There’s a host of standard equipment included too, with a 10” Touch Pro, cruise control, anti-trap windows and additional steering wheel controls available.
Land Rover never holds back on safety features either and the Evoque is no different. The car contains brake pad wear warning, roll stability control, 6 airbags and an intrusion sensor. If you have more money to spend and want to upgrade, some of the extra highlights include a navigation pro system, an electric towbar, a 360 degree camera and keyless entry.
Leasing a Land Rover for under £550 per month
The excitement generated by the Land Rover Range Rover Velar Estate P250 R-Dynamic is understandable once you take a closer look. This dynamic SUV not only looks stunning on the outside, but has a lavish interior to match, making it one of the ‘must-have’ cars of the moment.
Price-wise, you would expect to pay a hefty £45,445 for the Velar Estate, but with a Leasing Options deal, you could drive it away for less than £550 per month.
Sitting somewhere in-between the Evoque and Range Rover Sport model, there is a lot to enjoy about the Velar, especially its ‘car-like’ appeal. The vehicle also features an 8-speed automatic gearbox and is fronted by a powerful 1.997 litre, four-cylinder petrol engine. Maximum speed sits at 135mph, while the fuel tank carries up to a huge 82 litres.
In addition, there’s definitely no shortage of standard equipment thrown in, with a voice control system, trailer stability assist and ‘follow me home’ headlights all included.
Turning our attention towards safety features, the Velar offers brake pad wear warning, a service indicator, a driver condition monitor and a perimeter alarm for extra protection. There are also a range of extras to consider if you want to make your experience even more special, with traffic sign recognition, a digital TV, power fold door mirrors and a Meridian sound system available.
Leasing a Land Rover for under £950 per month
Retailing at over £89,000, it’s easy to understand why the Land Rover Range Rover Estate P400e Vogue would be out of your price range. However, this upmarket car is available to lease for under £950 a month with one of our exclusive packages. When spread out over the length of a contract, the overall cost is far cheaper and manageable than paying the RRP upfront.
The Vogue leads the way in the super-luxury SUV sector, offering a smooth ride that is just as capable off road as it is on it. The hybrid engine can take the credit for much of that, combining a 1.997 litre, four-cylinder engine with an 85kW electric motor, powered by a 3.1kWh battery. This means it can journey for 31 miles on electricity alone at speeds of up to 85mph.
The car’s all-round top speed is set at 137mph, while CO2 emissions are kept to a wonderfully low 72g/km, helping you reduce your carbon footprint. The fuel tank holds a whopping 90 litres, with just over 88 miles achievable per gallon. You are also guaranteed a quieter ride thanks to the acoustic windscreen, while other standard equipment includes a Touch Pro duo system, dynamic route guidance and a Meridian sound system.
And what do you get in terms of safety options? The Vogue Estate also comes with keyless entry, an auto lock system and the InControl secure tracker, which keeps tabs on the vehicle in the event of theft. For the finishing touches, extras include 4 zone climate control, pixel laser LED headlights, wade sensing and configurable ambient lighting.
Why should you lease a Range Rover?
Land Rover’s SUVs have always been the go-to choice for drivers who want to combine the classic 4x4 with a luxury driving experience. Thanks to their powerful engines, spacious interiors and stunning aesthetics, these all-terrain cars are the ultimate choice. However, the high price tag that comes with buying one outright often prevents people from being able to enjoy the unique driving experience. By leasing a Land Rover, many of those limitations are lifted, which means you can drive one of their stunning models without breaking the bank.
The cost of leasing a Land Rover is based on its value for the period you are driving it, rather than paying the full cost of the car. This is far cheaper than spending tens of thousands of pounds to own a car that will begin to depreciate as soon as you start to drive it. Best of all, once your contract is over, you can either pick a brand new car straight from the manufacturer or hand back the keys without any further commitment.