Private Car Leasing

Car Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

If you are considering private car leasing, there are a number of different companies currently operating on the market. If you lease a new car through personal contract hire, you will pay a fixed monthly fee for the life of the contract then the private car leasing company will collect the car, freeing you up to take out another contract.  Many business and private individuals opt for private car leasing for a variety of reasons but typically benefits include:

  • Peace of mind: no hidden charges as road tax considerations are taken care of by the private car leasing company
  • A wide of choice of vehicles including brand new models that would normally be outside your budget
  • Fixed monthly payments – helps you keep an eye on your budget

Finance experts, Capex can help arrange your private car leasing contract. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and an advisor will get back to you will the best option for your particular budget.

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