Business Car Leasing

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Business car leasing is a good solution if you need affordable commercial vehicles or business cars for your employees but do not wish to buy a vehicle outright. Contracts typically run for two or three years and you may be required to pay a documentation fee which usually costs around £100. The benefits of business car leasing include:

  • It permits you to stick to a budget thanks to regular monthly payments
  • Business car leasing also gives you tax and VAT advantages
  • Deposits can be carried over if you decide to lease another vehicle
  • Payments include maintenance, servicing and roadside assistance in the event of a breakdown
  • Vehicle livery and customisation can be arranged - check with your business car leasing company

For a free no obligation quote, fill in our Business Finance Quotes form, choosing 'car leasing' from the option box and business car leasing experts Capex will contact you.

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