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Mercedes Leasing

Car Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

Mercedes leasing is a great way to get a luxury vehicle with out the expenditure of buying one new. Easy and hassle free, Mercedes leasing means that you can pay a series of regular instalments for the duration of your contact without experiencing the depreciation of your Mercedes. Leasing is a good finance option for both:

  • businesses
  • private individuals

who want to drive a quality car but do not want the stress of maintenance charges. Finance experts Capex specialise in vehicle and equipment leasing and are able to provide you with an individual Mercedes leasing package. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form, pick the car leasing option and an advisor will call you back with details of one of their many bespoke offers.

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