MINI personal leasing deals & offers

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MINI personal car leasing is a fresh, fun way to get a stylish car in one simple, convenient package. Plus, our MINI lease deals begin at under £200 per month. 

Leasing a MINI is easy, thanks to fixed monthly payments that allow you to rent vehicles such as the cool Clubman or all-new electric MINI.

We have hundreds of new and used MINI cars; enquire online today and search for a lease deal that’ll help you get the vehicle you need.

Keep reading to discover how personal leasing works, the cost of leasing a MINI and why leasing a MINI is a smart choice. Plus, we'll answer any more questions in our FAQs section.

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How does MINI car leasing work?

Hippo makes it easy to get a MINI; choose the car you want and work out your monthly budget, then contact us, and we’ll arrange your lease agreement. Once your lease is up, you can return the vehicle and get a new car, or pay a balloon payment, so you own the vehicle outright. Either way, you’ll discover what makes MINI such unique; exciting and fun cars that come in an affordable package.

You can choose from a variety of leasing options, such as personal contract hire (PCH), personal contract purchase (PCP), hire purchase (HP), as well as lease-purchase deals. Whether you’re after a MINI hatchback or convertible, we’ll get the right payment plan for you.

How much does it cost to lease a MINI?

Before you commit to leasing a MINI, consider the affordability and length of the lease. The following factors will determine the value of your monthly payments:

  • The present value of the car.
  • What the car is worth at the end of the agreement (doesn’t apply to Hire Purchase).
  • The age of the car.
  • The length of your contract agreement.
  • The size of your deposit.
  • Your credit score.
  • Your predicted and actual mileage.