Abarth Lease Deals

Best Abarth Personal & Business Lease Deals

Leasing an Abarth is an affordable way to drive these powerful yet agile cars. Check out all our pricing for some fantastic Abarth lease deals below. Pick your preferred model and filter by mileage, budget, fuel type and more to find the best Abarth lease offer on the market. Less More

Popular Abarth Models to Lease
Abarth is best known for its 595 and 695 ranges The T-Jet turbo engine comes as standard across all 595 range models, from the technologically advanced Pista to the upgraded Turismo. The Abarth 695 is the higher end range and the Abarth 124 Spider is a performance model designed for those with a need for speed. Whichever model you go for, these sleek vehicles are perfect for urban environments.

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4 Abarth models

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Abarth 595 Hatchback

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The Abarth 595 Hatchback 2016 is a hot hatchback. It's the complete package of stiff suspension, increased acceleration and classic, relaxed Italian styling.
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Abarth 595c Convertible

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The Abarth 595c Convertible 2016 combines stylish looks with a punchy 1.4-litre engine. You'll zip through the streets with character and charm in this car.
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Abarth 695

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Not many city cars do 0-60mph in under 7 seconds, but the Abarth 695 Hatchback Special Edition will. This front-wheel drive car sweeps through city streets.

More About Abarth

Abarth are known for their sleek, agile, yet powerful vehicles that are both stylish and a pleasure to drive.

History of Abarth

Abarth was founded in 1949 when car enthusiast Carlo Abarth retired from racing to focus on the manufacturing of high end vehicles. These early models were somewhat based on the most popular Fiat models of the time. Carlo Abarth was both a car enthusiast and marketing genius. As a young man, he once beat the Orient Express train on a journey from Ostend to Vienna, on two wheels. He founded the company, then known as Abarth and C, in 1949 with Guido Scagliarini, with the aim of producing powerful, but elegant cars.

Technology in the Abarth Range

With high end ranges, you expect high end technology, and Abarth is no exception. The Brembo braking system provides superior safety compared to many other powerful models, while various devices can be connected to the UConnect system, including your smartphone.

Abarth Servicing and Warranty

Abarth provides a two year warranty as standard. Servicing of a new car is of the utmost importance if you want to maintain its performance. A good rule of thumb is to get your vehicle serviced every year or every 9,000 miles.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Abarth Leasing

How much is it to lease an Abarth?

This will depend on the model itself and other aspects of your Abarth lease deal. As ever with leasing offers, your payments go towards covering the decreased value of the car over time. Factors include your annual mileage, which high end trim features are applied, and the specific model in question.

Is it better to buy or lease an Abarth?

Abarth leasing is an easy and affordable way for those who are able to buy a vehicle to obtain a high end range, such as those offered by Abarth. Whether for personal leasing or business, the options available are wide and attainable for most budgets, with many special offers to access. If you’re someone who likes to shake things up and get a new set of wheels every few years, leasing is a far better option than buying as you’ll never pay the full cost of the car and you can simply hand the car back to the broker at the end of your contract, rather than haggle prices with a dealer.