Top five cars for around £100 a 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.

Which cars can you lease if you have around £100 per month to spend?

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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?

Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta

The Ford Fiesta is due to be replaced by an all-new model next year, but until then, the current generation continues to be as popular as ever, and it’s really becoming a bit of a bargain!

For between £100 and £125 per month you get a super frugal EcoBoost, and Zetec variants get a fantastic infotainment system and even satnav. Despite the fact a new one is on the way next year, be in no doubt: this is still Britain’s best supermini.

Citroen C3

Citroen C3

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.

If we’re honest though, it might also have something to do with its attractive pricing, especially when it comes to lease deals. The C3 is now a regular in the sub-£125 category, and with all variants coming in five-door form, it’s one of the more practical superminis too.

Peugeot 2008

Peugeot 2008

Admittedly this might seem like an anomaly in what is otherwise a sea of superminis, but it’s currently possible to lease a Peugeot 2008 crossover for less than £100 per month.  It was refreshed last year and that means it’s packed with the latest tech and safety equipment.

What’s more, as well as being a genuinely spacious family runaround, Peugeot’s latest petrol and diesels are also some of the most economical available, so you can be sure running costs will be just as appealing as the monthly rental too.

Toyota Aygo

Toyota Aygo

The Toyota Aygo shares a platform with its nigh-on identical siblings, the Citroen C1 and the Peugeot 108. However, it’s always going to be the Toyota badge that’s the most sought after, and the good news is you can currently lease one for less than £100 per month.

The interior is up to Toyota’s usual benchmark of quality and is really in a higher class than its city car size makes you assume. What’s more, the frugal 1.0-litre petrol engine means it’ll return almost 70mpg.

Fiat 500

Fiat 500

Ah, the Fiat 500. Still as trendy as ever, but nowhere near as costly as it once was, the famed ‘Cinquecento’ has a retro charm the majority of news cars just can’t pull off. Its tech and drivetrains however, are anything but retro.

Low emissions and super-frugality is the order of the day with the 500, thanks to a either a 0.9-litre or 1.2-litre petrol engines, the latter of which can muster over 70mpg.

All figures correct as of 1 Aug 2017

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