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  • The 2018 World Cup of Cars

    The 2018 World Cup of Cars

    With the World Cup on everyone’s mind, we’ve got a bit of football fever too. You might think that football has very little to do with cars, except for the flash vehicles footballers splash their cash on. But let’s forget about the overpaid superstars and their Bentley Bentayga or Mercedes-Benz G-Class. We’re interested in what the people drive. While all bets are off on which country will ...

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  • Mercedes-Benz lease deals for any monthly budget

    Mercedes-Benz lease deals for any monthly budget

    Nothing says class and elegance quite like a Mercedes-Benz. From the iconic logo and aesthetic shapes to the sumptuous interiors and impressive engines, it’s a brand that drivers continue to flock to for good reason. With this in mind, we’ve delved into our millions of deals to find you a wide selection of Mercedes-Benz you can lease anywhere from under £200 a month to over £1,000 a month (Yes...

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  • Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    It’s hard to believe we’re almost halfway through the year already, and so far, the personal leasing sector continues to flourish. But what about the cars themselves? We’ve compiled a list of the top five most popular cars on our site so far this year. Want to lease one? Click the deal under the model you want to see more pricing and info. Audi A4 In fifth position, it’s the Audi A4 – th...

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  • Review: Nissan Leaf

    Review: Nissan Leaf

    The 2018 Nissan Leaf is an important car. Important to a lot of people for a lot of different reasons. It’s important to Nissan as the next stage in their endeavours to corner the UK market in all things electric. It’s important to environmentalists because it has zero emissions. And it’s important to everday motorists as it’s currently one of the few remotely affordable all-electric cars on t...

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  • Video review: Volkswagen Arteon

    Video review: Volkswagen Arteon

    Isn’t it funny when cars just look fast? Have a gander around a car park, and you’ll find very few cars that will cause a nod and immediate thoughts of being a getaway driver. The Volkswagen Arteon, the new flagship model for the brand, will certainly do that to you and more. You see, it’s the lines. The car is sculpted so beautifully that the lines blend, reappear and disappear so seamless...

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  • 2018 Mercedes C-Class Saloon: what’s new?

    2018 Mercedes C-Class Saloon: what’s new?

    The Mercedes C-Class has been given an update for 2018, with fresh styling, and updated interior and mild hybrid tech set to feature. With the first models due to be delivered in July, we’ll bring you lease rates as soon as they’re available, but read on for further info on the refreshed C-Class. More C-Class lease deals here The C-Class was the UK’s eighth-most popular car in 2017, so wh...

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  • Bish bash Bosch: German giant claims new tech could end the dirty diesel debate

    Bish bash Bosch: German giant claims new tech could end the dirty diesel debate

    German technology giant Bosch has announced a development breakthrough for diesel vehicles that radically cuts nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by almost 90%. The new technology can achieve as little as 13 milligrams of NOx in standard legally-compliant RDE cycles. European legislation introduced in 2017 dictated that no new passenger car can emit more than 168 milligrams of NOx per kilometre. T...

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The death of the three-door car

The death of the three-door car

As the song goes, three is a magic number… or at least it used to be when car companies wanted to inject a bit of dash into its mainstream hatch line-ups. Take Kia, for instance. It’s Pro_c’eed was nowt more than a C’eed with two fewer doors, yet it always managed to have a little bit more allure. The same thinking has been applied to many other models over the years, offering buyers something...

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Top five cars for less than £300 per month

Top five cars for less than £300 per month

We’ve already checked out what cars are available if you’ve got a budget of £200 per month, but what if you can stretch to £300? As monthly payments on lease cars are largely based on how much the vehicle’s value will fall over the period of the contract, premium brands that hold their value well are surprisingly affordable to lease. With this in mind, you might be surprised at the level of l...

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Review: Jaguar I-Pace

Review: Jaguar I-Pace

Whenever conversation gets around to premium-badged battery electric vehicles (BEV), there’s only been one name on anyone’s lips. Until now. Tesla is about to have its nose put well and truly out of joint and by one of the least likely sources: Jaguar. While Audi, BMW and Mercedes beaver away with their electric cars, Jaguar has got out of the blocks first with its I-Pace. Not only is it up ...

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Volkswagen and Ford sign-off on commercial vehicle strategic alliance

Volkswagen and Ford sign-off on commercial vehicle strategic alliance

Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Company today announced a strategic alliance designed to strengthen each company’s competitiveness and better serve customers globally. The companies are exploring potential projects across a number of areas – including developing a range of commercial vehicles together – to better serve the evolving needs of customers. Though the partnership is likely to share ...

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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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Leasing Guides

You're unsure on whether to buy or lease your next car? Not sure whether to take a company car or cash allowance? Sold on the idea of leasing your company vehicles but a little hazy on Benefit In Kind and advisory fuel rates? You'll need our easy-to-digest leasing guides.

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