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Vehicle Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

Vehicle leasing is a popular option for businesses and individuals who want the availability of business vehicles but at an affordable price. There are a number of different vehicle leasing companies including car manufacturers, local dealerships and financial institutions. Before signing up to vehicle leasing companies, there are several important factors to consider:

  • The length of time you plan to keep your vehicle for
  • The amount of miles you are likely to drive over the course of a year
  • The cost: you will need a small lump sum to cover the initial payment
  • You may be charged for any miles driven over your set mileage and for the vehicle’s wear and tear

Capex are vehicle leasing specialists and can provide a bespoke package to suit you. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and an experienced advisor will be in contact shortly.

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