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Top 5 Vehicles To Lease For Business
" Wondering which vehicle to go for on your next business lease? Whether you're leasing tough trucks for trade or choosing a company car, we run through our top picks"
There’s a reason you’ve noticed increasing numbers of pick-ups on British roads. For tax purposes they’re classed as Light Commercial Vehicles, which means you benefit from a flat tax rate no matter the emissions or list price. This tax incentive is one reason why the VW Amarok is a good choice for a business driver, but it’s not the whole story. The Amarok hits the open road with surprisingly smooth engine performance for a pick-up, and overall drives with a fair amount of civility for a commercial vehicle. It’s also able to pull more than a tonne over harsh terrain.
Acres of interior space, generous equipment even at entry level, extremely affordably monthly tax payments… the Skoda Superb is something of a no-brainer as a company car. Fuel economy is impressive, and the ride is good. You can also specify adaptive suspension on all trim levels except S (and get it as standard on the highest L& K trim). The SE Technology pack is the What Car? website’s pick of the bunch, on the 1.6 TDI 120 Greenline model.
Mercedes E-Class Coupe
Sleeker than a Mercedes saloon and fitted out with a gorgeous interior, the Mercedes E-Class Coupe is smooth and comfortable—perfect for long executive journeys. It lacks a little agility, but when you’re slipping along the fast lane enjoying the quiet ride, you probably won’t mind. The E220d is the most affordable version for a company car.
BMW 4 Series Coupe
With competitive CO2 emissions on diesel models, the BMW 4 Series Coupe is a good choice for business users. You’ll get plenty of equipment even on standard Sport trim, while optional extras include speaker upgrades, steering wheel heating, and leather trim for the instrument panel. Performance is great in all the diesel engine variants, with the baseline 420d being more than enough for most. If you opt for the extra grunt available in the 435d, you’ll get four-wheel drive too.
The Mondeo’s emissions are kinder than its direct rivals, so if you’re considering your next business lease based solely on costs, it’s quite a tidy proposition. The What Car? website’s real-world MPG tests revealed that the Mondeo 1.5-litre diesel gives a very respectable 53.7mpg. Mondeos handle and ride well for their class, and you’ll get plenty of space inside. You also get access to Ford’s dealership range: outside of extremely rural areas, you’re likely to be close to an approved dealer pretty much wherever you live.
Here are some leasing deals from our site that we feel are related to this article, remember that all of the deals on our site are advertised by main brand UK dealerships. The prices below are on personal contract hire and inclusive of VAT however most of them are also available on business rates also.