These days there is no excuse for getting a bad deal on a car. The internet has forced dealers into being transparent, and gives the consumer power in that they can have access to deals across the country. So the first thing that you have to do is accept that the best way to lease a car, is to take a little bit of time to do some research and make sure you understand exactly, the contractual agreement you are entering into. Thankfully this is easily do, in my case all I did was search contract hire Renault Captur and the first result gave me numerous options and lease deals to choose from.
If you are new to the idea of leasing a car, essentially it gives you the chance to drive a brand new car every couple of years. Obviously new cars are a pretty expensive purchase for a lot of people, and the fact that the resale value drops so rapidly puts a lot of people off. However there are so many benefits to driving a new car, mainly everything works! Then obviously there is the luxury of having up to date tech etc, and you shouldn’t have to worry about huge service bills. Obviously there is a cost involved, take my example again, on a personal car lease Renault Captur, there was a pretty big margin for prices.
The Peugeot offer I got worked out at 47 payments of £130 after an initial payment of £1178. Obviously the £1178 was a hit, but I had saved enough money over the course of the year for a car so I could cover that and had some left over to go towards the monthly payments. So now I have a new Renault Captur 1.2 PureTech Allure 5dr. To me that seems incredible, and until I researched it I would have thought it impossible for me to afford to drive a car like that. The only thing I would warn is make sure you are looking at the personal deals, at first I was browsing business car lease Renault Captur deals, and they are a fair bit cheaper than the personal ones, so I was a little disappointed when I realised I wasn’t eligible for those deals.
Nevertheless my Renault Captur personal contract hire is more than affordable and I am loving it. So literally all you need to do is a bit of research on a comparison site and make sure you are clear on the terms of the contract.