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Easily manage your budget with an agreed, fixed monthly payment.

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Car Leasing FAQs

What is personal contract hire (PCH)?

A personal contract hire agreement is a type of leasing arrangement for personal use only. You get a brand new car and during your contract, you pay off the amount that the car depreciates in value. You never own the car and when your contract is up, you pass the car back to the leasing company. It’s an accessible way to drive one of the latest cars without forking out big bucks up front and losing much of it through depreciation.

What is business contract hire (BCH)?

Business contract hire works the same as PCH with the difference that the car should be used for business use only. With BCH, leasing prices exclude VAT. BCH is a good option for companies as it allows them to maintain a new fleet for fixed monthly payments without the looming risk of depreciation. Self employed car lease deals are available too. You can also reclaim VAT on mileage and other expenses. Not all businesses can make use of BCH, however, so be aware of this - taxi car leases are not allowed, for example.

How much does it cost to lease a car?

The cost to lease a car is dependent on how much the model depreciates over the course of your contract. You pay off the cost of depreciation with an initial rental (like a deposit) and monthly payments. The rate of depreciation is determined by factors like your annual mileage, any damage to the car, and the specifications of your chosen model.

What is an initial rental?

When you secure a lease deal, you pay a deposit called an initial rental. This is a multiple of your monthly payment and it contributes to the overall contract cost. It can be as low as 1 month upfront, but generally you’ll pay 3, 6, 9, or 12 months in total. The size of your initial rental affects your monthly payments - the higher the initial payment, the lower the monthly payments, and vice-versa.

Do I need a good credit score for leasing?

You’ll need to pass a car lease credit check before you can be approved for a car lease contract. You can in theory lease a car with a poor credit score but this is at the discretion of the leasing broker, and you will likely have limited deal options and will need to pay a higher upfront payment. Alternatively, you can speak to the leasing broker about appointing a guarantor for your car lease.