Quite simply, whether a car or van, vehicle leasing is another term for renting. In much the same way as you may rent a property, you treat it like your own and rent it for an agreed period of time at a fixed price per month throughout the rental period, but never actually own it.
Getting your head around the world of leasing couldn't be simpler – just check out our super-quick online guide.
In our opinion, there are no cons. While some may argue that leasing means you'll never actually own a vehicle, we believe that in today's market, this isn't a bad thing.
Not only does leasing offer great flexibility and peace of mind, you won't be left with a vehicle facing negative equity when your contract is up. What's more, due to the financial flexibility, leasing often means you can drive a newer or higher spec car than you would have been able to afford if paying outright.
To learn more about the benefits of leasing, please take a look at: https://www.leasingoptions.co.uk/benefits-of-car-leasing
By leasing only new vehicles, all our cars come with a full manufacturer warranty for your safety and peace of mind.
In short it's because we offer value, choice and great service. But if you want to read more about why should lease with us, simply check out this handy guide.
One key element to why you should consider Leasing Options is our terrific buying power. When an opportunity arises where popular makes and model are available, we secure a quantity in order to maintain our promise of offering you the best prices possible; this is reflected in our Price Match Promise!
Still need convincing? Just check out the independent reviews we've received over the past 25 years– we really do aim to deliver OUTSTANDING service.
Although we generally refer to it as leasing, you’ll hear the term contract hire too; in short they essentially mean the same – contract hire is normally used for a business lease.
No problem – all we need is a full and valid UK driving license to get you started, whatever your age.
Yep! We recommend putting it on following delivery of your vehicle. Remember it’ll need to be removed before the end of your lease though. For more information, speak to your account manager.