To lease or not to lease, that is the question.

Want a new set of wheels but want to test out the pedals first?

So, you are thinking of purchasing a new set of wheels but do not know which model to drive. Ever thought about personal car leasing as an option? Well, the benefits of leasing a car is that you can rent a car for an agreed length of time for a set fee and see what it feels like to drive before settling on a model you want to eventually buy. You will be able to tailor your mileage needs based on how much you generally use your car. 

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Lease instead of buy immediately

Committing to buying a car takes a lot of thorough research and endless trips to the car show rooms where you can only sit in the car for a short amount of time. You do not really get a feel for how it is going to be when you eventually drive it unless you arrange a test drive. So being able to lease a car is surely a much better option if you enjoy driving the latest models but do not want all the hassle of organising MoT’s, breakdown cover and replacing faulty parts on older models. Which in all honesty happens a lot more often than you would like to! Nothing worse than having your car break down on a dark, cold, rainy, windy commute and having to wait for the AA to arrive. You would not have to worry about things like this when leasing a car as they are more likely to be up to date and newer models, so much less likely to break down on you in your hour of need.

Flexible leasing options

With car leasing you have the flexibility to choose which model, brand and budget to suit your own needs. Once the lease expires, you simply hand the car back over. If you really fall in love with the car you could even put in an offer to buy it from the car leasing company. But you would have to discuss this with them directly to see what price they offer you.

But it is surely much more exciting to swap that last model that you drove for another brand new shiny one! Also, another benefit of car leasing is that you are not just limited to driving in the UK. You have the option to go on that road trip you always wanted to do but never had the opportunity to do so. With an array of multiple European countries just a short ferry to Calais away, you could soon be in sunny Italy driving along the Italian Riviera coastline with the roof down, shades on and hair blowing back in the wind. All you would need to do is fill in some paperwork beforehand to get your VE103 Foreign Travel Authority Certificate and then you are all good to go! 

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