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Win an Audi A4 lease worth over £8,000

ContractHireAndLeasing.com - the UK’s number one leasing website - is offering the chance to win an Audi A4 lease. That’s right, a brand new Audi A4 S line 2.0 TDI could be yours by entering our Facebook competition. The class-leading new Audi A4 was voted our Car of the Year 2015 and it’s easy to see why with its sharp looks, improved driving dynamics, even more efficiency and, of course, Audi’s stunning Virtual Cockpit. Resident road tester Alisdair Suttie wrote: “This new A4 is damn near impossible to fault. It smooches along with sofa-like comfort yet handles nimbly, and the engines...

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  • 15 hours ago
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Top five best selling cars of 2016 (so far)

2016 is still just a baby but with January out of the way and a twelveth of the year already gone, we’ve got enough data to run-down the most popular cars of the year so far. Last year was the biggest year on record for new car sales with 2015 registering 2.63 million new cars, and with some great new models waiting in the wings, 2016 has the potential to go one better. As it stands though, these are the five most registered cars so far this year… 5. Volkswagen Golf – 3,813 units Golf leasing deals: business / personal Now the Dieselgate dust has started to settle, we’re finally seei...

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  • 05 Feb 2016
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First drive review: Nissan GT-R Track Edition 2016

Sitting between the bog-standard GT-R and its hardcore Nismo stablemate, the Nissan GT-R Track Edition aims to offer some of the Nismo’s sporty nature without breaking the bank. We took it to its natural habitat – the track – to see what’s what. Nissan GT-R leasing deals: Business / Personal Plenty of people drive supercars with the sole objective of showing off. These people will not be seduced by the GT-R, and they’ll be even less tempted by the Track Edition. Despite costing a not-inconsiderable £10,000 more than the standard car, the Track Edition is surprisingly free of adornment. The...

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  • 31 Jan 2016
BVRLA CEO Gerry Keaney

Budget 2016 needs to treat company car drivers more fairly, says BVRLA

Treat company car drivers more fairly; that’s the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association’s demand, ahead of the 2016 Budget announcement, expected Wednesday 16 March. The UK trade body for leasing firms wants a wholesale review of the current company car taxation system to make it recognise company cars’ lower emissions and how they benefit tax revenues. BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney (pictured) believes that company car drivers have been hit by a series of unfair and unforeseeable tax increases since George Osborne became Chancellor of the Exchequer in 2013. “It is no coinc...

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  • 24 hours ago

Business Car Leasing

Business car leasing and paying a fixed monthly rate is considered the most effective way of preventing car depreciation and controlling fleet operating costs. Aside from fuel costs, depreciation is the biggest financial burden for fleets as improving residual values are cancelled out by rising list prices.

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Personal Car Leasing

Car leasing is the most cost effective way of getting hold of that car you've always wanted. You'll never actually own the car, but you'll be able to drive it for a set period of time and simply hand it back to the leasing company without the worry of selling it on for a fraction of the price you paid in the first place.

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Business Van Leasing

Vans are what make businesses move, literally, and as with company car leasing, the monthly leasing costs can be offset against businesses' taxable profits, making it a tax efficient avenue. It's also a lot more palatable and manageable than losing a wedge in depreciation.

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