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What Car? leasing deals of the week

If you like to change your car every few years, leasing can be the cheapest option, whether you're after a practical hatchback, a stylish SUV or even a sports car. Here are the most tempting deals we've found this week

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Best leasing deals

Most people people buy their cars on finance these days, but if you like to swap into something new every few years, it can actually be cheaper to take out a personal contract hire agreement.

Essentially a fancy term for leasing, these deals remove much of the hassle that comes with car ownership – although, unlike personal contract purchase deals, they don't give you the option to buy the car outright at the end of the term.

Below are the most tempting lease deals we've found this week.

Audi A1 1.6 TDI SE S tronic

Monthly lease price: Β£250.86 Deal terms: 8000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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Audi A6 2.0 TDI Quattro S line S tronic

Monthly lease price: Β£326.56 Deal terms: 8,000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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Audi TT 1.8 TFSI Sport

Monthly lease price: Β£256.80 Deal terms: 8000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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CitroΓ«n C1 1.2 PureTech Flair

Monthly lease price: Β£139.90 Deal terms: 8000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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Read our full CitroΓ«n C1 review


Hyundai i30 1.4T GDI Premium SE DCT

Monthly lease price: Β£307.20 Deal terms: 8000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDI Blue Drive SE Nav 2WD DCT

Monthly lease price: Β£284.40 Deal terms: 8000-mile limit per year, six-month deposit, three-year term

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