BMW Lease Deals

Best BMW Personal & Business Lease Deals

With a reputation for producing luxurious cars that drive like a dream, BMW is an iconic brand that combines performance and style. The German automaker creates "ultimate driving machines" and a BMW car lease is ideal if you’re looking for a classy, high-quality driving experience. At LeaseFetcher we compare the best BMW leasing deals to help you find your new car. Decide what lease length, mileage requirements and budget work for you, and compare our BMW lease deals below. Less More

Popular BMW Models to Lease
Whether you’re looking for a sporty car lease or an affordable option for the family, BMW has a wealth of models to choose from. The BMW 1 Series Hatchback is an affordable, premium hatchback, whilst the 3 Series, 4 Series and executive 5 Series offer award-winning performance with a spacious interior. For something with a little more power, look to the 7 Series and 8 Series. If it’s a family-sized SUV you’re after, the X range has you covered - the BMW X1 and X3 through to X7 are mighty machines. If fast is your thing, the M Sport range, including the M8 convertible, is high end and high class. The BMW i range, including the i3 hatchback and i8 roadster, are electric cars and plug-in hybrids that prove going green doesn’t have to mean sacrificing on style.

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More About BMW

Car leasing is the best option if you want a new BMW without breaking the bank. Here is our guide to BMW cars and BMW car leasing.

History of BMW

Bayerische Motoren Werke (Bavarian Motor Works in English) was officially founded in 1916 in Munich, Germany, by Camillo Castiglioni, Franz Josef Popp and Karl Rapp. BMW initially made aircraft engines and then motorbikes before starting to manufacture cars in 1928. More than 100 years after BMW began, the brand continues to pride itself on making powerful engines for cars that provide "freude am fahren" or "sheer driving pleasure".

Technology in the BMW Range

BMW’s i series of electric and hybrid models is considered a market leader, offering zero driving emissions and an impressive electric mileage range. But you don’t have to go electric to add some cool tech features to your BMW leasing offer. BMW xDrive is an intelligent all-wheel drive system that sees your car quickly respond to driving conditions while you concentrate on the road. Other smart additions, that are standard in some BMW models, include the Comfort Access system, which lets you lock and unlock your car by simply grabbing the handle.

BMW Servicing and Warranty

BMW recommends its cars are serviced at least once a year and every 10,000 miles. All BMW lease cars are brand new so you’ll have the manufacturer’s three-year warranty for peace of mind. If you lease a car from the BMW i range, the high voltage battery has a warranty of up to eight years or 100,000 miles.

Related Manufacturers

If you’d like to look at alternative car manufacturers who offer stylish interiors and exhilarating performance then check out our Audi and Mercedes lease deals to compare prestigious brands with German engineering.

Finding a BMW Lease Deal with Lease Fetcher

If you’re looking for a contract hire car, you’re in the right place. Lease Fetcher finds the best BMW lease deals from the UK’s finest car leasing brokers so you can grab the deal that’s right for you. You can search for different BMW models and filter based on personal or business deal prices, your initial rental, monthly payment, estimated mileage, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions About BMW Leasing

What is the cheapest BMW to lease?

You can choose from the most affordable BMW lease cars up to top-of-the-range models with added extras. The price of your BMW lease deal depends on a range of factors including the model, trim and engine choices and estimated mileage. Cars typically depreciate 40% in the first three years, so if you have a three-year lease deal, for example, you can expect to pay 40% of the car value over the length of the contract, plus extra if your deal specifications mean the car depreciates faster.

Is it better to buy or lease a BMW?

If you want to drive a top brand without paying top dollar, a BMW lease deal is a better option. You’ll pay an initial rental and monthly payments, instead of having to shell out a large payment upfront. If you’re someone who likes to trade in for a new car every few years, you should consider leasing as you’ll never pay the full price of the car and unlike outright ownership, you won’t have to haggle with dealerships when you look to sell it on.