Yes, you can lease a car over a 12-month agreement, but there's a reason that most car lease agreements cover two, three or four years.
Longer contracts are usually preferable because of the initial payment that you face at the start of your contract. Put simply, the shorter the agreement, the more often you face the hefty initial payment. If you take a lease out over a 12-month period and have an initial payment of, say, £600, then when your year is up and you want to organise a new lease deal you will have to pay another initial payment for the beginning of that contract.
Usually, a 12-month lease would be shown as 3+11 or 6+11, meaning you pay an initial payment of either three times or six times the regular monthly payment, followed by 11 regular payments. You can find out more about this on our "What does 3 + 35 mean?" page.
Some of the dealerships who advertise with us may be able to offer 12-month car lease deals however they may not be available on the website. If you'd like to inquire about getting a 12-month lease, then we suggest getting in touch with one of our dealers either through the phone numbers given on the site or by requesting a quote on one of our deals and customising the deal to be over 12 months.