Short, Simple, Clear Car Leasing
Leasing a car rather than purchasing outright has become extremely popular in the UK – the monthly payments tend to be cheaper than if you was to buy the same car on a finance deal, the car you lease is also brand new and comes with extra benefits too, such as UK road tax, a full manufacturer’s warranty and the option to add a maintenance package to your contract for peace of mind.
When it comes to leasing a brand new car through a Personal Contract Hire (PCH) agreement, you have a fantastic range of brand new cars to choose from based on your taste, budget and individual needs. Depending on the make and model you decide to lease, you can choose from their optional extras and even pick your favourite colour (based on manufacturer options).
From small city cars to luxury saloons to large SUVs, we have the best car manufacturer brands to choose from, with prices starting from as little as £137.99 including VAT per month.
An initial rental/deposit will be payable at the start of your lease which is generally the equivalent of either three, six or nine months payment and is non-refundable. The lower your initial payment is, the higher your monthly payment will be and vice versa – the decision is entirely up to the customer as to how much of an initial payment is due.
A one-off admin fee is charged, as there’s a procedure to follow when leasing a car which involves paperwork, credit checks and forms.
Depending on your chosen lease term, you probably won’t have to worry about an MoT for your lease car. However, the car still needs to be serviced annually and maintained to ensure it remains in good condition, so you can add a maintenance package to your lease contract for peace of mind, the price of which will be included within your fixed monthly payments.
Also, when leasing a car you must decide how many miles per annum you’re going to cover and your monthly payments will represent this choice. Exceeding your agreed mileage allowance could result in extra charges at the end of your contract, so our advice is to work out in advance how many miles you travel annually – and please remember, choosing more than you actually cover will leave you paying for more than needed and no refund will be given.
The insurance for your brand new lease car must be sorted out by yourself and needs to be fully comprehensive cover, or you can choose GAP insurance, however this is optional.
Obviously, fuel costs are your responsibility but should be considered when leasing to ensure you can afford to run the car your paying for every month.
All of our brand new cars available to lease at Clear Car Leasing are priced including VAT.
At the end of your contract your lease car will be inspected under the BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear guidelines. Any damage not covered by this guide will be your responsibility and must be repaired by yourself using an approved garage. Not doing so could lead to extra charges.
For more information about leasing a car or van for personal use or through your business, please call us NOW on 01904 55 75 44 or simply fill in our ‘Quick Quote’ form for a speedy reply.
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