The Ford Ecosport hatchback is an excellent choice for contract hire. The small SUV is great for small families, is sleek and visually appealing. It’s also a solid and practical vehicle with low costs to run. If you’re after a brand new Ford lease car to enjoy in both the city and on adventures - take a look at our different trim options and best car leasing deals for the Ford Ecosport below.
3 trims available
Ford Ecosport ST-Line
7 engine choices available
Ford Ecosport Titanium
5 engine choices available
Ford Ecosport Zetec
4 engine choices available
Leasing a Ford Ecosport
The Ford Ecosport was first introduced to the world in 2003 in Brazil. Since then, it has undergone two massive transformations into the third generation crossover car that we know and love - released in 2017. With 5-doors and 335-litres of boot space, the Ecosport model was originally based on the same platform as the Ford Fiesta but for those who wanted a more SUV feel.
When you’re looking into Ford Ecosport leasing options, you’ve got plenty of choices in terms of engine and power between the different trim levels. There’s the petrol 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine available for each model, the EcoBoost 125 ST-Line, the EcoBoost 140 ST-Line, and the EcoBoost 125 Titanium among your options. The Ecosport diesel hatchbacks provide choices of 1.5-litre EcoBlue engines and the EcoBlue Titanium 5dr, the EcoBlue 125 St-Line, and the EcoBlue Zetec engine are among variations - with great fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. As a standard, all Ford Ecosport models have six-speed manual gearboxes - with the exception of the EcoBoost 125 petrol, which is an automatic. The Ecosport is also very easy to handle, has precise steering, and good tyre grip.
When it comes to designing your perfect Ford Ecosport lease deal, you’ve got three trim levels to choose from: the entry level Zetec, the luxury Titanium and the sporty ST-Line. The Ford Ecosport Zetec comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, LED lighting, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning, and a multi-functioning steering wheel amongst other basic features. The Titanium includes these features with additional leather seating, keyless entry and start, cruise control, auto wipers and headlights. Finally, the ST-Line features a more sporty look with a blacked-out grille, side skirting and a lowered suspension. The interior is also enhanced and has a few extra special features including a top of the line stereo and ambient lighting.
Safety is an important consideration when leasing a new car, and the Ford Ecosport does not disappoint. It has a 4-star safety rating, and includes technology that protects both you and other road users, and helps to prevent accidents in the first place. This includes ABS and electronic brake-force distribution, and pre-collision assist. The vehicle also benefits from the Sync 3 infotainment system and has an 8-inch high-quality touchscreen - fully equipped with sat nav, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. Connect your phone either by Bluetooth or via one of the USB ports to make calls or listen to music on the 6-speaker stereo to make the most out of your leasing deal!
You will need to get your Ford Ecosport serviced every 12 months or every 12,500 miles - whichever comes first. Additionally, as with any new car, all of our Ford car leasing deals come with a three-years’ manufacturer’s warranty, or up to 60,000 miles.
Finding a Ford Ecosport Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher
Here at LeaseFetcher, we work with the top BVRLA leasing brokers across the country to configure the ultimate new car leasing deals for you. Whether it's for business or personal leasing, you’ll be able to use our simple filtering tools to find your perfect match by changing the initial payment amount, the annual mileage, the monthly payments, your choice of trim, and so on. Begin your search for a Ford Ecosport car lease today!
Frequently Asked Questions
The price of leasing a Ford Ecosport can vary depending on several factors. For example, the chosen trim level, the engine, the annual mileage, the monthly payment and the initial payment - among various other add-ons and options. The best way to work out how much it will cost you is to filter through our website to find your perfect contract hire deal.
Buying a car out-right can be extremely costly. The rate of depreciation on most new cars is around 40% over 3 years, so car leasing actually works out pretty well for those who like to change their cars every so often and pay low monthly costs - without taking the risk of losing value and money over time.
Here you can view the pricing history for the Ford Ecosport on LeaseFetcher.