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Fleetprices.co.uk can arrange the lease of any make and model of vehicle. From small city cars to large SUVs and with the varying engine choices of petrol, diesel, hybrids or full electric motors. 

The leasing options available are vast and choosing your lease vehicle can be a daunting process. Make your search easier with our Fleetprices Search Wizard and select a vehicle that will perfectly suit your needs. 

You can narrow down your leasing search by body type, budget, transmission and fuel type, then the search tool will return the models that best fit your requirements. You can then tweak the results by changing things like manufacturer, your annual mileage or emissions. 

Below you will find some helpful and important information that you should consider before you select your leasing contract. 

Fuel Types 

Electric vehicles and Hybrids are on the rise as more and more consumers are looking to protect the environment and benefit from low fuel costs and low to zero taxation by the government. You can read more on Electric vehicles here.  

For many traditionalists, the conundrum of Petrol or Diesel remains and there is a lot to consider, from driving style to daily usage. This leads to the additional points of care required for diesel engines. 

Diesel engines have a particle filter attached to the exhaust pipe to trap dangerous emissions. Soot builds up in this over time, which can damage the car, unless it is driven far enough on a motorway to incinerate the residue. You can read more on Diesel Particulate Filters here.  

Diesel engines typically need an AdBlue-reliant selective catalytic reduction system, which fires a liquid-reductant agent thought to the exhaust to help control emissions, without dampening performance. You can read more on AdBlue/Exhaust fluids here.  

Vehicle Types 

Saloon or Hatchback? 

Saloon cars are generally less practical than hatchbacks because the boot opening is usually small: the boot lid opens upwards but the rear screen stays in place. ... In a hatchback, the back of the car is opened up entirely and the seats fold to create a van-like space. The Saloon design does offer a huge amount of comfort and relaxation for passengers, though. The interior tends to be quieter than other types of cars thanks to the separation of the boot from the cabin helping to keep road noise out, while occupants often have more space to stretch out because the long design allows the front and rear seats to be spaced further apart. Click Saloon or Hatchback to search our latest lease offers!

Coupes or Convertibles? 

Coupes are usually more rigid than convertibles, owing to the fact that they have a full-on metal roof rather than a huge hole behind the top of the windscreen where a convertible soft-top goes. Fuel economy and handling is usually better in the Coupe due to the convertible needing extra weight and stiffer suspension to stabilise the car having chopped the roof off. Load space in the boot of a convertible is usually much smaller due to having to allow room for the roof to fold in. Finally, coupes also tend to be cheaper than their convertible counterparts, with few exceptions. That said, Brit’s do love a convertible and lots of people are willing to pay the extra premium to have the wind rushing through their hair. Click to select car leasing offers on Coupes or Convertibles.

SUV’s or Estates 

SUVs are super popular, due to their space, style and elevated driving positions. The height of SUVs is a big draw for a lot of buyers, because it gives you a good view of the road ahead. Users with restricted mobility benefit as you don’t have to stoop down to get into the car – also useful for anyone with young children who need lifting into a seat. Some SUVs even come with 7 seats and prove a more popular option than a traditional people carrier. Whilst some SUVs are four-wheel drive, few of them are designed for serious off-roading and many of them are front-wheel drive, which, on the plus side, means lower running costs. 

Estates on the other hand, have been around for a long time and they still make excellent family transport. They are typically slightly more expensive to buy than the hatchbacks and saloons on which they’re based, but this is offset by heaps of extra space and improved versatility. Unless you go for a really big and expensive SUV, chances are a similarly priced estate will trump it on boot space. Some models have a gigantic 660-litre capacity and prove very good value. What’s more, an estate’s boot is closer to the ground than an SUV’s, making it easier to load bulky or heavy items. Click SUV or Hatchback and check out the latest lease deals.


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