3 Best Business Lease Cars

Last Updated: 21st Oct 2016
3 Best Business Lease Cars

18th December 2015

Are you looking for a cheap lease car for your business? Whether you’re promoting your business or commuting through the city to meetings, have a look at our three favourite business lease cars. Don’t worry if your credit history isn’t perfect either, as these fantastic business cars are also available with bad credit car leasing.

Audi A3 Saloon<

This slick saloon is extremely well made, and the cabin is built from high grade materials you’d expect to find only in more expensive cars. There are two trim levels available, which include some great kit such as Bluetooth, USB sockets, climate control, xenon headlights and part leather seats. The A3 Saloon is certainly not short of space, with a boot capacity of 425 litres, however the rear seats are slightly more enclosed. Drivers of all sizes will be able to find a comfortable position in the A3, with plenty of adjustment for the seats, and great rear visibility. The A3 is cheap to run, with an average of 60.1mpg and a cost of just £20 per year to tax.

Jaguar XF

The Jaguar XF is an extremely exquisite saloon that will create a wonderful prestige image for you and your business, and is ideal for comfortable motorway driving. The XF has superb levels of comfort, with a luxurious interior to match. The leather topped dashboard will certainly catch your eye, with its plush and luxurious feel. Tall people may struggle to get comfy as the headroom is a bit tight, however there is plenty of leg room and a large boot. The cheapest version of the Jaguar XF Is the 2.2litre diesel, which is capable of 57.6mpg and has an annual tax fee of £110 per year. It may be slightly more expensive than its rivals, but it’s definitely worth the price.

BMW 3 Series Touring

This brilliant all-rounder estate is certainly worth looking at. Not only does the BMW 3 Series offer a stylish and strong performance, but it is also incredibly practical too, with the large boot guaranteeing plenty of extra space. There’s a good range of kit too, with entry level cars getting alloys, Bluetooth, and climate and cruise control. Getting one of the higher trim levels ensures even more kit. Overall, this flashy estate gives passengers the ride they desire, thanks to a selection of driving modes to change the cars suspension, making even the bumpiest of roads feel comfortable. The BMW 3 Series is reasonably cheap to run with an average mpg of 64.2 and an annual tax payment of £20 per year.

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