The cheapest new car leasing deals
You can drive a new car without spending a fortune, especially if you use finance. We found these deals from just £175.37 per month with What Car? Leasing...
If you want to keep your costs low and save money and you're not worried about owning your car outright, leasing can be a great option.
This form of car financing – sometimes called personal contract hire or personal leasing – is essentially the same as renting a car.
Contracts usually last for three or four years, with a pre-agreed annual mileage limit. There's no option to buy the car at the end of the term, but being able to hand the keys back to the contract provider suits a lot of people.
Here, we look at the 10 cheapest cars available through What Car? Leasing. Our list includes a range of models from small cars to small SUVs and shows that you don't need to pay a fortune to get behind the wheel of a new model.
In each case, you can follow the links to learn more about our leasing deals or read all about them in the full What Car? reviews.
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