Top five cars for around £100 per month
There are many reasons why leasing makes a lot of sense, whether you’re after an executive saloon or a super-frugal supermini, but if your main aim is to drive a new car and keep costs to an absolute minimum, there’s a wealth of personal contract hire deals that enable you to get behind the wheel of a new car for around £100 per month.
To help you out, we also had a look at five cars we’d choose – we’ve allowed ourselves a maximum budget of £125 per month. To keep things very clear, there will always also be an initial upfront payment, and the offers are based on a mileage limit. So, what exactly is available for this kind of monthly payment?
A Seat Leon? For under £125? Sign me up!
Great to drive and excellent value for money, the Seat Leon is one of the best hatchbacks available thanks to its blend of style, practicality and handling which makes it a suitable car for all the family.
Eyes bulged when we saw this deal and everyone at ContractHireAndLeasing got a bit hot under the collar, so snap this up while the deals are hot as we promise you this won’t be around for long!
Compared to many rivals, the new Kia Picanto is the complete package. Okay, the price is great but many also lack the visual flair and charm of the Kia.
The engine is eager to give up its power, and that makes swift progress reasonably easy, with low-speed handling exemplary and offering a level of agility that’s lacking from many rivals.
In fact, it’s probably our favourite city car…
Practicality, value, and technical insight from the Volkswagen Group has all helped the Skoda Fabia become a leading car in the supermini segment.
Building on the dependable nature of its predecessors and adding more tech, it’s roomy, vroomy and has enough kit to satisfy any motorist.
The all-new Citroen C3 is without doubt one of the most recognisable superminis on the road thanks to those distinctive air bumps. Following on from the C4 Cactus, it would appear people are fans of the individual styling with more and more hitting the road.
Reassuring cost of ownership, engaging handling, distinctive looks, and a wide variety of personalisation options make the C3 a fun lease.
Cheap and cheerful, we’ve been seeing more and more Sandero’s on the road over the past year possibly for these very reasons (although usually in Stepway form).
Great value and bigger than any rival, albeit with ride, handling and refinement all below the class best, there are better and worse options out there but there’s a lot of fun to be had in a Sandero.