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How Personal Leasing Works
What is Personal Contract Hire?
Personal Leasing is a straightforward and affordable way of operating a vehicle when compared to buying a car outright. You don't own the vehicle you simply pay for what you use.
When you have a Personal Leasing agreement, you can drive a car for an agreed period of time. This duration is known as a 'lease period'. You make monthly fixed rentals for the time period that your contract runs. Once the contract has completely finished, you return the car or order a new one. People find this agreement appealing as it means that they don't have to worry about the eventual resale value of the actual car.
What are the benefits of Personal Contract Hire?
- Choice of any make or model
- Low initial deposit
- Fixed monthly cost
- No residual risk
- No Benefit In Kind
- Road tax included
- Optional general servicing contract
- Upgrade your vehicle regularly without the worry of trade in values
- Simple and easy free returns
- Avoid the hassles of PCP
Frequently Asked Questions
Just like when you buy a car, you’ll need to arrange your own insurance for a car lease.
Once your lease contract is up, you return the car. It's just like giving the keys back to your landlord when you move.
So long as the car’s in good condition and you’ve stuck to the mileage you agreed at the start of the contract, you won’t have anything more to pay. Not owning the car means you don’t have to worry about selling it on. You can simply return it and get on with picking your new car – no hassle!
Car leasing works in a similar way as renting a property does. You don’t actually own the car, you just agree to use it throughout the length of your contract. However, unlike with a property, you’ll have to agree to an annual mileage limit and sign a credit agreement.
Our contracts usually range from 24 to 48 months (two to four years), depending on the vehicle and contract chosen.
View our latest lease offers and use our instant quotation tool to see the differences in price between different contract lengths.