New Car Leasing

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Leasing cars is similar to renting but for a longer period of time. Unlike buying, you never actually own the car and must return it when the lease is up. New car leasing enables you to drive the model of your dreams but pay low monthly instalments making it a popular option for many people. Benefits include:

  • Improved cash flow: by not paying out a hefty one-off payment, you can spread the costs over the life of the car
  • Tax benefits – you can claim 100% tax allowance on the payments – though this can depend on your occupation. You will need to check with your new car leasing company
  • Fixed repayments – this means that for the whole duration of your contract, you will not have to pay a penny over the agreed amount, irrespective of extraneous factors such as interest rates

Leasing cars can have more benefits that disadvantages but it’s important to find a reputable company. Capex are experts in the field of commercial vehicle and new car leasing and will provide you with a quote to suit you. Just fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and someone will get back to you shortly.

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