Car Leasing Explained

If you're new to the world of car leasing, or you have some extra burning questions on your mind, we're here to help.

Leasing a car is a fantastic way to get your hands on a brand new car for a fraction of the cost of buying upfront. Setting up a car lease contract is simple, but there are certain terms and processes you should know about to make sure you're on the best deal.

We've gathered all our car-leasing related posts here - read on so you're all clued up before using Lease Fetcher to compare car lease deals!

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How Does Car Leasing Work?

Car leasing is growing in popularity as a means to get your hands on a brand new car for a fraction of the cost of buying outright. But how does car leasing work exactly? If you’re considering leasing, please read on!

How Does Business Car Leasing Work?

Business contract hire (BCH or business car leasing) is a useful way for your business to get access to a car without the hassle of having to legally own it. To put it simply, this type of car finance lets you lease a car for a business for a number of months, eventually returning it to the finan...

How much does it cost to lease a car in the UK?

In the market for a new car and weighing up the costs of different options? It can be tricky working out which car finance method is cheapest for you. In this post, we’ll discuss the average cost of leasing, how the cost is calculated, all the different costs associated with leasing and whethe...

What is Personal Contract Hire?

You’re interested in personal contract hire, but don’t know how it works. Is it the most affordable option for you? Are you eligible? In this guide, we explore what personal contract hire is.  We'll discuss who it's for, the pros and cons, how it compares to other car finance methods, elig...

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Can You Add Extras to a Lease Car?

Can You Add Extras to a Lease Car?

“Can I add optional extras to a car if I’m leasing it?” This is a question we get asked a lot. I mean, a lot. The short answer is: Yes! And ...

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